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attributed to the manufacturer’s responsibility and not a result of normal wear and tear, accidental damage from handling or improper use.
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Free Shipping & Returns
Enjoy Free Shipping and returns on all orders (for orders in the US & Canada). If, for any reason, you are not completely satisfied with your order,
you may return it within the first 14 days. We even provide you with a return shipping label, no questions asked! Read our full return policy.
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At GlassesUSA.com, returns and exchanges are made easy. We do our best to make returns and exchanges as easy as possible.
We are pretty confident that you'll love our product. However, if for some reason or other you're not completely satisfied with your
glasses within the first 14 days of receiving them, you are entitled to a money back return or a 100% store credit.
No questions asked and hassle-free.
Tuesday, December 27, 2016 12:22:01 AM America/Los_Angeles
With online retailers able to offer up to 70% off retail prices, it's no wonder glasses stores don't want you to find out exactly what you don't know about offline vs. online buying.
Keep reading to find out exactly what glasses stores don't want you to know.
Thursday, July 21, 2016 4:23:18 AM America/Los_Angeles
According to a recent study, roughly 90% off people who spend three or more hours a day at a computer report symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). With more than 10 million cases of CVS per year, doctors have designed specialty computer glasses to reduce eye fatigue and provide the most comfortable view of your screen. While computer glasses have been proven to reduce symptoms of CVS, their prices might just give you a heart attack.
Tuesday, June 7, 2016 2:23:15 AM America/Los_Angeles
Everyone knows that glasses help you look instantly smarter; just like a British accent. Think of all your smart friends, celebrities and public figures…do they wear glasses? Probably. Think of Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Einstein, Edison, Ben Franklin and the list goes on. Smart people wear glasses and that’s a fact. It could be because smart people consume information more avidly – they read more, they look at their screens for longer and generally speaking, they simply work harder.
Monday, April 25, 2016 7:20:23 AM America/Los_Angeles
Since when is $500 affordable? If you've visited a brick-and-mortar optometrist recently, $500 for Ray-Bans may seem like quite the steal.
But, with the additional expenses, time and energy wasted going to your "local" optometry - $500 begins to add up.