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Clark Howard Recommends Zenni Optical

Posted by Connie on Wednesday, October 15th, 2008 at 5:52 pm and is filed under Health Supplies Equipment, News.
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Zenni Optical, the online store for prescription eyeglasses is hitting the TV and radio shows. The news is still the same – great quality glasses at low prices, so low that they’re starting at $8.

People are amazed when they hear this and some think it’s a scam, but the radio show host Clark Howard who speaks to consumers on ways to save money recommended Zenni Optical. They’ve also been featured on Fox News TV.

The way this site saves you money is that they cut out the middleman and avoid spending on advertising. Their selection of eyeglasses is just the same as what you’d find in a brick and mortar store or in your doctor’s office.

There’s everything from complete progressive glasses to complete bifocals, from memory titanium frames to stainless steel, and from rimless frames to goggles. Anyone who needs eyeglasses can benefit from making a purchase. The savings are amazing. The shipping/handling fee is only $4.95 no matter how many pairs you order and with these prices you can afford to order a few pairs.

Men’s, women’s and even children’s glasses are available. There are dozens and dozens of choices of frames and now new frames are offered for even more variety.

My favorite is the Bendable Titanium Full Frame (#3126) in red.

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  1. I used to be a loyal customer of Zenni Optical, but the last time I ordered glasses from them, they managed to get my order wrong twice. After more than two months of returning my glasses to get them inspected and remade, they finally refunded most of my money, keeping the money I spent on shipping the original order and the money I spent to ship my glasses back to them for inspection. They managed to turn a loyal customer into an unhappy former customer who will never do business with them again.

    comment by Bocephus Moonshine — October 22, 2012 @ 10:15 am

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