Which Chain Has Best Frame Selection

Discussion in 'Glasses' started by Rick Sanders, Jul 18, 2003.

  1. Rick Sanders

    Rick Sanders Guest


    It's time again for me to get a new pair of glasses and I'm interested
    in getting a buy one get one free deal and also would like to find a
    chain that has a large selection.

    Does anyone have any opinions/experince and care to make suggestions?

    Rick Sanders, Jul 18, 2003
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    Mark A Guest

    Depends on what kind of quality you want. Some chains have lots of frames,
    but there are made of cheaper materials and less quality. Finding the right
    frame is not always a matter of quantity. You may find the right frame for
    you at a store with few frames. Get out and look around.
    Mark A, Jul 18, 2003
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    MSEagan Guest

    I have had luck at WalMart. They have always given my family and me great
    service and that is usually where we find the styles we like the most.

    MSEagan, Jul 18, 2003
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    Brian Guest

    I've worked for many of the big chains in the last 26 years. Lots of
    hard sell tactics, in order to make sales goals and incentives. I now
    work for Costco, not only are the prices the best I've seen, but the
    quality and workmanship of the products are the best I've seen. It's
    well worth the 45.00 to become a member, you will save double that
    just in one eyewear purchase. There is also no incentive for an
    optician to sell you a product that you don't want or need.
    Brian, Jul 21, 2003
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    .Jack Brody Guest

    Does Costco show anything about glasses on the inet? I could not find it.
    .Jack Brody, Aug 8, 2003
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