Eye Exam and Credit Toward Glasses or $25 for $100 Toward Designer Sunglasses at Visual Eyes: A Member of Vision Source

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After a thorough eye exam, browse frame brands such as Cartier, Mykita, Robert Marc, Oliver Peoples, Coach, and Prada

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Expires 180 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment required. Not valid with insurance. Cannot combine with other offers or discounts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

It's important to have regular eye exams so that you can tell if your vision is slipping or if your loved ones are devolving into fuzzy blobs. Stay sharp with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $49 for an eye exam (a $130 value) and $225 toward a complete pair of glasses (a $355 total value)
  • $25 for $100 toward a pair of designer sunglasses

During the 35- to 40-minute comprehensive eye exam, a staffer checks the client's eye pressure, depth perception, and refraction and dilates the pupils to screen for glaucoma. The exam also includes a color-vision test to ensure that patients can distinguish between colors. Patrons then select lenses and browse frames by brands such as Riserva ($199+), Ray-Ban ($244+), Jai Kudo ($229+), and Coach ($300). The sunglasses selection includes designer pairs from Gant ($253), Armani Exchange ($274), Prada ($373), and other brands.

Visual Eyes: A Member of Vision Source

Alexander C. Nnabue knows that caring for eyes is really about caring for people. After earning doctor of optometry degrees from both Imo State University in Nigeria and the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Dr. Nnabue decided to found his own company to help restore patients' ocular health. What began in 1994 as a single storefront has blossomed into six Visual Eyes locations throughout the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Today, the caring doctor leads biannual medical mission trips to Africa, including one trip that, according to a 2006 Nigeria World article, put thousands of eyeglasses and medications in the hands of those in need. Dr. Nnabue also shares his knowledge as an adjunct faculty member at Pennsylvania College of Optometry, a senior examiner with the National Board of Examiners in Optometry, and an international instructor in countries including Israel and Norway. 

At Visual Eyes, he and his fellow optometrists use advanced technology to diagnose and treat various conditions. A trained technician manufactures lenses at an in-house lab, and Dr. Nnabue specializes in orthokeratology, a vision-correcting process that eliminates the need to wear glasses, contacts, or a sign that says, "Sorry for walking into you; I forgot my contacts or glasses." The team also prides itself on showcasing the latest designer frames, including Oliver Peoples, Prada, and Robert Marc.

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