Loc: Petaluma, CA
Nana, the price of spectacles are ridiculous. We spend 15 minutes at the optometrist (Does this look better, or this?), and have to decide on a prescription that will work, or not. The bifocals I have are a joke. Everyone thinks I'm pointing my nose at them, but I'm only tying to focus!
On-Line is not for everyone, but if you don't have special needs, it saves lots of $$$. I think you're stuck with the optometrist, but I'd check with some on line firms first. Is that data in your Rx ?? I ask because I think my son just sent them the written Rx and they did the rest. In many states, it's the Law; they have to give you a copy of the Rx (so they can't hold you captive).
Tried to get the Rx from my eye dr...said no unless it was just for personal use...what???? meaning you can have a copy but it can not be filled...lotta good that will do if I break a pair on an out of state trip and need them filled right then and there
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