Sunglasses or Prescription Eyewear or Exam at Innervision Eyewear (Up to 75% Off)

Center City West

89% of 80 customers

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Over 160 bought
Limited quantity available

In a Nutshell

Eye examinations and two show rooms' worth of eyewear await inside an immaculate Victorian Italianate building

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 20th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid in-store only. Not valid for contact lenses or contact lens exam. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Prescription eyewear makes it easier to read the trespassing notices that prove you’ve been accidentally living in the neighbor’s den. Clarify life’s fuzzy edges with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $30 for $80 worth of prescription or nonprescription sunglasses
  • $50 for $200 worth of prescription eyewear or eye exams<p>

Nonprescription sunglasses start at $99, and prescription sunglasses start at $199. Single-vision plastic lenses start at $80, and frames start at $120. Eye exams cost $69.<p>

Innervision Eyewear

Inside this immaculate Victorian Italianate building in Rittenhouse Square, optometrist Alissa Coyne conducts eye examinations alongside a dedicated staff of opticians and eyewear experts. Two showrooms display a selection of more than 2,500 frames by fashionable brands such as Salt. Optics or Oliver Peoples. Lens types range from standard plastic to Transitions-brand options that change tint when going from indoors to outdoors, and prescription and nonprescription sunglasses shield pupils from the sun’s harmful rays and annoying habit of never wearing clothes.

Innervision Eyewear

Inside this immaculate Victorian Italianate building in Rittenhouse Square, optometrist Alissa Coyne conducts eye examinations alongside a dedicated staff of opticians and eyewear experts. Two show rooms display a selection of more than 2,500 frames by fashionable brands such as Salt. Optics or Oliver Peoples. Lens types range from standard plastic to Transitions-brand options that change tint when going from indoors to outdoors, and prescription and nonprescription sunglasses shield pupils from the sun's harmful rays and annoying habit of never wearing clothes.


Reviews

Nice and helpful without being pushy. It's a great place to get very cool and fun frames.

Di P., Yelp, 10/6/10

The staff are very friendly and helpful, and I'll definitely go back for new glasses.

Aristos E., Yelp, 5/14/10

Tips

89% of 80 customers

  • “Beautiful facility, thorough examination, hundreds of frames to choose from, great people!”

  • “friendly staff, great products”

  • “A bit pricey, but good service and nice staff”

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    Center City West

    131 S 18th St.

    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103

    215-832-0350

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