Monday, April 4, 2016

My Online Shopping Experience with EyeBuyDirect

A few weeks back, my old eyeglasses got irreparably scratched making it uncomfortable to see through them so I decided to check online for online stores that sold eyeglasses in an inexpensive way. 


There were several places but of them all EyeBuyDirect was the most inexpensive besides which they had great styles available. Many of them very fashionable.

And the pair I chose were ones called MUSE. A beautiful name to go with attractive-looking eyeglass frames. They took 11 days to make and they arrived on my doorstep in 3 days after they were shipped out on the 11th day of their creation. Therefore this is something to keep in mind, they take a while to make and ship out, but if you want my advice: it is worth it. The prices are way lower than in other eyeglass online stores. Not only that but their frames are fashion-forward unlike other places with limited styles or plain-looking ones. 


The style of my eyeglasses, MUSE, looked just like they did on the online stock photos. Something else noticeable is their excellent craftsmanship. Sleek and sturdy. All of which came in a rectangle cardboard box as well as an eyeglass cloth to place your eyeglasses in. EyeBuyDirect even included a screwdriver that, I, myself am not sure what to do with and all this only cost $21.90.


Their service is excellent! Truly! They even update you every step of the way on the process of the eyeglasses you order. 

Important side-notes: You must know your prescription for eyeglasses beforehand or else you wont know how to set your eyeglasses. Oh, and one final tip. I did not know my PD (pupillary distance) but went with the standard 63 and that went great for me.

If you ever go there, you might want to check out these other styles:

Chillax by EyeBuyDirect. Frame costs $19.

Instant Crush by EyeBuyDirect. Frame costs $15.


Light Year by EyeBuyDirect. Frame costs $20.30.

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