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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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4 stars
Eye Save

EYE SAVE

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From $9.99 to $100

Eye Save has been in the business since 1988 and provides a busy looking website that offers a nice selection of sunglasses, reading glasses and other eye wear accessories. The bulk of the landing page is just a list of the best-selling reading glasses from their inventory. Then on the right is a menu bar that allows you to refine your search by gender, price, brand or style.

Once you get past the look of the main page, the process of refining your search actually works quite nicely. The site continues to refine your search with each option so you can search by brand and then refine that to only that brand in a certain price range, and further still to the style of glasses within that brand and price range. You can quickly narrow down the selection to find exactly what you're looking for. In addition you have the choice of sorting their inventory by lens power. This is an option we haven't seen on other reading glasses retail sites, surprisingly. This allows the customer to purchase reading glasses closest to their actual prescription, rather than just getting general magnifiers. If this is important to you, Eye Save is a great option.

The selection is a strength of Eye Save. There are dozens of popular brand names to choose from such as Fendi, Calvin Klien, Kate Spade, Scojo and Michael Kors. There are several hundred choices of reading glasses from rimless frames to sports glasses to folding frames to glasses with LED lights built in. When it comes to raw inventory, Eye Save has among the largest selection we have seen. The price range is fairly broad as well. Though the cheapest option we saw was $9.99, higher than some other bargain price readers we saw at other sites, there were many designer options under $100 and plenty of middle range options as well.

The shipping and return policy is decent at Eye Save. You will pay $5.95 for shipping, unless you order more than $99.00 of merchandise and then the shipping is free. This could be an issue for someone who wants to order just one inexpensive pair of glasses. However, the return policy allows you to return any undamaged items within 30 days for a full refund, and Eye Save will pay for the return shipping. Other than a completely free shipping option, this is a good policy compared with many other similar sites. If questions arise, the customer service option is buried on a contact page, but did offer a toll free telephone number as well as an e-mail option.

At the time of review, Eye Save had an excellent A+ Better Business Bureau rating. Despite a busy website, their long history in business and a huge selection of famous designer brand name reading glasses gave Eye Save a strong ranking in our analysis.

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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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