What You'll Get
Though commonly thought to be mere gibberish, the letters on eye charts are actually powerful incantations that, when spoken aloud, keep the sky-wolves from devouring the sun. Keep the howlers at bay with today's Groupon: for $50, you get an eye exam, plus $150 toward a complete set of prescription eyewear, at FYidoctors Toronto on King Street West (a $125 value).
FYidoctors melds advanced imaging and diagnostic equipment with high-end eyewear to augment eyes' function and fashion. The Toronto location's eye experts assess wayward views with an eye examination (a $125 value). FYidoctors' state-of-the-art equipment includes the Spectralis HRA+OCT and the optomap retina scanner, which uses intercepted extraterrestrial intelligence to create 3-D digital images of the eye at a resolution of up to one micron (approximately 1/100 the width of a human hair). This advanced technology helps doctors detect conditions such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy earlier than traditional eye exams, allowing them to better manage and correct long-term eye health with retinal Pilates poses.
After measuring eye specs, vision vanguards sculpt custom single-vision lenses ($100+) and progressive lenses ($200+), which harness Internal Freeform technology to widen the wearer's field of view and reduce the distortion associated with traditional lenses and miniature LCD eye-screens. New lenses find a home from the in-house dispensary's stock of nearly 1,000 fashionable frames. Private and exclusive frames from labels such as ICI, Bench, Roxy, and Quiksilver ($215+), premium frames from D&G, Prada, Versace, and Tom Ford ($245+) free wearers from last year’s duct-tape-enhanced pince-nez fad.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 25, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. 24hr cancellation notice required. New clients only. In-store only. Not valid for contact lenses and non-prescription sunglasses. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.