Nearsightedness impairs one’s ability to drive, read, and make the crucial distinction between truth serum and chocolate milk. Guard your secrets with today’s Groupon to Eyes on 34th. Choose from the following options:
For $59, you get a contact-lens-fitting package (a $224 total value) that includes:
- Eye exam (an $84 value)
- Contact-lens fitting (a $40 value)
- $100 toward one year's supply of contact lenses
For $59, you get an eyeglass-fitting package (a $284 total value) that includes:
- Eye exam (an $84 value)
- $200 toward prescription eyewear
For $79, you get $179 worth of nonprescription sunglasses.
Eyes on 34th's optometrists test their patients' eye efficacy in comprehensive eye exams to ensure proper fits for glasses and contact lenses. During a 20-minute eye exam, optometrists check for general eye health and visual acuity using sight aids such as charts, test lenses, and shining light into pupils to discover how often the windows to the soul go on coffee breaks. During a contact-lens fitting, the doctor examines eye shape and individual ocular needs, providing same-day service for most prescriptions. Customers can then choose their contact lenses (starting at $220 for a year's supply), the cost of which may vary based on prescription, brand, and optional neon.
Should patients prefer spectacles, doctors perform the comprehensive eye exam, then fill prescriptions for lens orders, many of which can be completed same-day with more complicated lenses or progressive lenses taking up to 7–10 business days. Patients may also opt for lens-bolstering options such as transition lenses ($80) or polarized lenses ($90) produced on Superman's home planet. Although prescription frames are not included in this deal, customers can house freshly calibrated lenses in frames by designers such as Fendi, Burberry, or Lacoste ($169+). Eyes on 34th's shop also boasts an array of nonprescription sunglasses ($169+) in incarnations such as Ray-Ban and Versace to guard eyes from relentless light and breezes trying to woo wearers.
Eyes on 34th
Dr. Sam Dhaliwal and Dr. Charanjit Sihota of Eyes on 34th help patients clear up blurry vision, diagnosing eye problems and providing comprehensive exams and one-hour lab turnover with myriad services. Once they determine how to enhance vision, they can dole out contact lenses or fit faces in designer frames from brands such as Dior, Gucci, and Ray-Ban. These frames and designer sunglasses line the glass perimeter of Eyes' sun-flooded practice, perfect conditions for peepers to grow from grass watered with eye drops.