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39 Dollar Glasses Review

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Get Your Next Pair of Reading Glasses at AC Lens Today! For the majority of us, reading glasses become a necessity the older we get. This is a natural result of hardening eye muscles that make it more difficult to read, thread a needle, pull a splinter, and more. Reading glasses are a simple way to assist with seeing objects up close.

Much like eyeglasses, shopping for reading glasses online is a great way to save money and find a style that best reflects your personality. Whether you're looking for a professional look, flashy and fun, or something in between, you'll find it among the thousands of reading glasses choices available.

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39 Dollar Glasses

39 DOLLAR GLASSES

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From $39 to $120

39 Dollar Glasses has been in the online prescription eyewear business for over twelve years and provide customers a large selection of eyeglasses, sunglasses and reading glasses. Their well designed website and customer friendly policies stood out during our review.

Navigating the website for a pair of reading glasses is simple. Shoppers may choose from 450 different pair of glasses and have them built with the prescription they require for either their short or long distance sight needs - including single vision reading glasses. They also make line and no-line bifocals at an affordable price. To narrow the search, shoppers may choose by gender, frame material, frame color, shape, lens type and more. We liked that each pair of glasses sold at 39 Dollar Glasses comes with the exact measurements to help the customers get the perfect pair of reading glasses, from the start. This website allows customers to print an actual pair of the glasses to cut out and try on their face as a double check for fit and look. While this may not be as important for reading glasses - many appreciate knowing exactly the size they'll be getting before they arrive.

With each eyewear product available, the customer may select from typically 2 or more frame colors. 39 Dollar Glasses is also a full service eyewear website and will update your prescription using your existing frames. Each order comes with light/thin prescription lenses, UV protection, scratch coating, a cleaning cloth, and a hard case.

Many glasses start at around $39.00, hence the name, and go up from there for bifocals and progressive lens. This is more than some of the other reading glasses sold online but customers are receiving a little more than a small pair of readers that sit on the end of your nose.

Shipping is affordable at 39 Dollar Glasses and starts at $4.95, for USPS First Class Delivery, 3-7 business days on average. For those in a hurry, 39 Dollar Glasses also offers USPS Priority Mail, UPS 2nd Day and UPS Next Day. If you spend over $100 standard shipping is free and the more expedited delivery options are cheaper.

For those unsatisfied with their purchase, they can anticipate a full refund on their original order or an option to exchange for another pair. This process must be completed within 10 days and is limited to certain lenses.

Overall, 39 Dollar Glasses charges a little more for their reading glasses but customers will find attractive and quality made reading glasses with their exact prescription. Also, for those that want to only maintain one pair of glasses, the cost of bifocals is definitely worth looking into.

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There's a long list of retailers that sell reading glasses online. However, these retailers and the reading glasses they sell can vary greatly in a number of ways. Before making your next reading glasses purchase, consider the following:

  • Selection. Does the store offer a large selection of reading glasses that will meet your specific needs?
  • Price. How do the company's prices compare to that of the competition?
  • Customer Service. Does the store provide customer friendly policies? Can you call with questions and what's the return policy?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best Reading Glasses stores available today. We hope these reviews help you find your next pair of reading glasses right away!

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