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    Super Member Iplayfarmer's Avatar
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    Default Online Rx Safety glasses?

    I'd like to get a pair of perscription safety glasses and a pair of perscription safety sunglasses. My eyedoctor is great for getting regular old indoor glasses, but doesn't seem to be much help when it comes to safety glasses or sunglasses.

    Anyone have any recommendations for some good, reliable, online places to get glasses? Someplace with regular 2 for one discounts would be ideal for my situation.
    From now on I will only buy cars that are a silver/grey color. Then I can make all body repairs with Duct Tape.

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    Default Re: Online Rx Safety glasses?

    I got a pair from here Prescription Safety Glasses, Prescription Laser Safety Glasses, and many more Safety Glasses!

    Reasonable price ( I think $100 cheaper) vs. lenscrafters etc. I also priced my local eye doc. I got them with the transition lenses so I can use them in the sun on the tractor. - with a cap on, the sun doesn't bother me. I have prescription sunglasses that are darker (nice for sailing).

    Hazmat

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    Default Re: Online Rx Safety glasses?

    Quote Originally Posted by Iplayfarmer
    I'd like to get a pair of perscription safety glasses and a pair of perscription safety sunglasses. My eyedoctor is great for getting regular old indoor glasses, but doesn't seem to be much help when it comes to safety glasses or sunglasses.

    Anyone have any recommendations for some good, reliable, online places to get glasses? Someplace with regular 2 for one discounts would be ideal for my situation.
    If you have a Sam's Club locally check their prices. I buy my glasses as safety glasses and can get prescription tinted glasses also there. Not much frame selection though. Sam's Optical may have a web site.

    Vernon
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    Default Re: Online Rx Safety glasses?

    We got free saftey glasses through the place I worked. We took the prescription to the doctor assigned to handle the saftey glasses. Don't know what they cost but they had a good selection.

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    Default Re: Online Rx Safety glasses?

    Paid about $50 to get mine from the local Wal-Mart optical, Got the glasses in 2 days.

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    Super Member Iplayfarmer's Avatar
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    Default Re: Online Rx Safety glasses?

    Quote Originally Posted by hazmat
    I got a pair from here Prescription Safety Glasses, Prescription Laser Safety Glasses, and many more Safety Glasses!

    Reasonable price ( I think $100 cheaper) vs. lenscrafters etc. I also priced my local eye doc. I got them with the transition lenses so I can use them in the sun on the tractor. - with a cap on, the sun doesn't bother me. I have prescription sunglasses that are darker (nice for sailing).
    I like yours. I have a pair of non-perscription Harley Davidson tinted safety glasses that have a pretty significant wrap. I like the protection from the sides and the added peripheral vision. I just want them in perscription now.
    I'll have to look that site up.
    From now on I will only buy cars that are a silver/grey color. Then I can make all body repairs with Duct Tape.

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