Hi Everyone, Just wanted to share with you my experiences with buying glasses in general and online! A helpful tool if you are unsure about buying online!
I remember as a kid being allowed to stay up late to watch Monty Python’s Flying Circus. A programme my Dad loathed as he couldn’t see why it was funny, a good enough reason for me to love it then. Like many kids we would walk to school the next day (Yes, walked…. nobody had 4X4s or mums who didn’t work back then and any requests for a lift to school would have been met with an incredulous stare and a thump round the ear……but of course we had it tough) and re-enacted all the sketches we could remember... For the first time in 30 years I saw a whole episode on YouTube the other day and can see more where my dad was coming from.
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Previously, we looked at what a servant in an upper house, or even in a second-class household, of the late Regency Period or early Victorian times, might encounter. Today, we wish to examine the “snobbery” found among the servant class. As mentioned in the previous’s article, the servants in upper households expected “tips” from the master’s guests. On his return, a guest might find himself in a one of the draftier bedchambers or he might be met at the train in a cart rather than an estate carriage. The servants expected the guests to conform to certain standards of gentility. John James, in The Memoirs of a House Steward , tells a tale of how, in 1895, he mistook His Grace the Duke of Westminster for a servant.
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Retailers born online open stores "For most products, consumers actually prefer to shop in-store because they want to see and touch what they're buying," said Dave Parro ... ordered Warby Parker glasses online and was mailed five frames at a time to try on. When she moved to Philadelphia ... [...]
What Will Drunk Shoppers Buy On St. Patrick’s Day? Women buy shoes and clothes (8 percent), cigarettes (5 percent), online gambling credits (4 percent ... a chessboard with shot glasses instead of pieces, a miniature Iron Throne from HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and a T. Rex piñata), but the site ... [...]
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Buying Glasses Online Many of us who wear prescription glasses have either broken or lost them and if not then that is good luck. To get new glasses can be extremely expensive depending where they are bought. Prices can go from $100 the cheapest to more than $600 and as college ... [...]
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Everyday Cheapskate: Prescription eyeglasses at bargain prices She questioned whether she should order prescription eyeglasses and frames online. I knew she was old and rigid when she said that ordering online seemed misguided. It does seem weird to buy prescription eyeglasses online. I mean really: What kind of ... [...]
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Prescription eyeglasses at bargain prices It does seem weird to buy prescription eyeglasses online. I mean really: What kind of person trusts their eyesight to some unknown folks working in a virtual store? You can’t expect an online purchase to be well-made, stylish and fit correctly for a ... [...]
Buying anything online at a discount; does this thought always make you think you will only get that discount on a cheaply made inferior product? Does this mentality keep you from buying cheap eyeglasses online, simply because you think they are going to be glasses that will break easily, or worse, not meet your prescription?It is time to cast aside all those preconceived notions. While it was true that only dubious glasses were sold online a few years ago, the market environment has...
© Mike Blake / ReutersWhen Warby Parker was founded in 2010, the pitch was simple: Don't buy expensive designer eyeglasses in stores; buy cheaper ones on the Internet.It was a good pitch. It was also a financial necessity: The founders had no outside capital and it was far cheaper to build a national brand online than to open a dozen storefronts in malls across the country with debt. But as Warby Parker grew to become a darling of online retail, the founders had a funny idea. Maybe they...
With news of Apple AirPods selling out, here are tips on how to snap up a pair. Magic Leap has finally revealed what its AR glasses will look like and reports reveal what the future of wearables will be – fitness trackers will not be the leading item, it seems. This is the week’s news in the world of wearable tech. The Week in Wearables is a news digest, out each midweek, focused on some of the things that have happened in the world of tech you can wear on your wrist, perch on your head,...