While it’s easy to achieve 20/20 hindsight, 20/20 foresight is more effective for spotting oncoming trucks and plummeting hot air balloons. See the future more clearly with today’s Groupon: for $59, you get an eyewear package at EyeStop’s Phoenix or Mesa location (up to a $299 total value). This package includes the following:
- One eye examination (a $50 value)
- Two complete pairs of clear prescription eyeglasses (up to a $299 value)<p>
EyeStop’s talented opticians equip soon-to-be-all-seeing orbs with sight-boosting glass in an on-site lens laboratory and complement face-shapes with a large inventory of designer frames. At an initial eye examination, a licensed optometrist determines the clarity of eyesight by slowly moving a Bruce Springsteen poster toward patients until they recognize him and swoon. Frames from designer brands such as Guess, Gant, and Kenneth Cole float off shelves to rest on suitable eyes, as do models by Vera Wang and Juicy Couture. EyeStop’s technicians work on-premises in a state-of-the-art lab to fashion lightweight, single-vision lenses that counter visual quirks and eliminate the fades and horizontal wipes that overdramatic eyeballs insert into reality. Today’s Groupon is valid for any frames in the store, and patrons can upgrade to bifocals, progressive, polycarbonate or non-glare lenses for an additional fee.
The right eyewear can achieve more than just utility—it can make a bold statement about the wearer and augment her or his natural beauty. With this attitude, EyeStop's knowledgeable staff channels their inner fashionistas to fit guests with minimalistic or artistic frames from Laura Ashley, Dakota Smith, and Vintage and Calligraphy. A team of licensed doctors evaluate the health and visual sharpness of eyes, fitting carefully selected frames with the proper lens to bring far-away surroundings and foregrounds back into focus. These doctors write prescriptions for contacts, single-vision and bifocal lenses—as well as trifocal lenses if you have another eye on your forehead—all of which are created in EyeStop's onsite lab.