Sunglasses have tons of uses, from making your dog look like a blues musician to making your desktop cactus look like a blues musician. Look as cool as a blues musician with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $50 for $200 toward complete prescription eyeglasses or sunglasses
- $99 for $300 toward prescription eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses featuring high-definition digital lenses
A complete pair of prescription glasses can include generic frames ($99+) and standard scratch-free lenses ($145+). Designer frames from brands such as Ray-Ban, Vera Wang, and Guess start at $169. Lens tinting for sunglasses starts at $25. Pricing varies based on frame choice and prescription strength.
“It’s the challenging fits—either spectacles or contact lenses—that drive me," writes optician John Parrelli on his website. Since opening his first shop in 1978, these challenges have included cataract sufferers who were left without binocular vision following surgery. Parrelli and his team of lens specialists experimented with different materials, designs, and indices of refraction until they could fabricate a lens thin and strong enough to restore these patients’ sight.
Today, Parrelli Optical has grown to six locations, where optometrists inspect patients' vision with a comprehensive, 15-point eye-health assessment and complete visual analysis. Through digital corneal photography, they're able to diagnose corneal disease and increase the precision and comfort of prescriptions. The locations also host a wide selection of designer frames, ideal for experimenting with different styles, such as wearing 20 frames at once.