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David Kind Announces $95 Eyewear Trade Up Program, Giving Customers Discount on Quality Eyeglasses and Opportunity to Pay It Forward

VENICE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--David Kind, a leading provider of quality prescription eyewear online, announces its $95 Eyewear Trade Up Program. Now through May 31, 2017, customers can send their previously-purchased eyeglasses to David Kind. David Kind will donate them to people in need in developing countries through New Eyes for the Needy and give donors a $95 credit toward a new pair, through its free, no-risk online trial program.To use the trial program, customers pick three frame...

Designer Spotlight: EyeBuyDirect's E-Commerce Prescription Glasses Advance Seeing In A Digital World

Designer Spotlight is a regular column focusing on style/design and the professional woman.EyeBuyDirect, the e-commerce eyewear company founded by Roy Hessel, has made it it's mission to deliver a cornucopia of top quality glasses at affordable prices, while at the same time protecting eyes from potentially damaging blue-light emitted from digital devices. Digital Screen Protection, Eyezen, is a prescription and non-prescription lens option available to EyeBuyDirect customers seeking relief...

Connecticut optometrists seek to limit online eye exams

Related CoverageHARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Some optometrists are pushing back against new technology that allows consumers to get prescriptions for contact lenses and glasses with the click of a keyboard and a smartphone.While proponents of these limited online eye exams argue they provide both financial savings and convenience, medical professionals contend patients could be put at risk. Without a full, face-to-face exam from a doctor, they argue potential medical problems could be...