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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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From $4.95 to $275

Boomer Eyewear is a website that specializes in reading glasses and accessories. We identified that this company is still working out the kinks of starting a new website and wasn't quite ready for shoppers.

Boomer's website provides an awkward shopping experience. At first, we thought they only offered a small selection of expensive reading sunglasses. However, once we typed in "reading" at the top of the page we found 521 options. But, the results were unimpressive as many products have no pictures available and we couldn't narrow our search - making us frustrated.

From what we could see, we found discount readers as low as $4.95 and brands with adaptive lenses for up to $275.00. Designer brands such as Cinzia, Scojo New York, TUMI and Max Studio were plentiful and ranged from $40-$90. It struck us that the selection at Boomer Eyewear is top heavy, meaning there is a much greater selection of higher end, more expensive reading glasses than we found at other similar sites.

There are a few other things we didn't like about Boomer Eyewear. There is no customer service option listed on the main page. We had to dig down to a contact page, and then all you get is an e-mail and a local phone number. So if you need to call Boomer Eyewear for any reason, you'll have to pay for the call. Then there is the shipping and return policy. No matter how small your order, you have to pay $5.99 for standard shipping. If you're looking to purchase a single pair of discount reading glasses, this could double the cost of your purchase. Also, even though you can return unused products for any reason, you have to pay for the return shipping as well.

Until Boomer Eyewear can get their website better organized and professional, we suggest shoppers choose a higher ranked company for their reading glasses.

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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? 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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