Eye Exam and $200 Eyewear Credit at Jemm Optical (87% Off)


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In a Nutshell

After getting a new prescription, select the right pair of eyeglasses or sunglasses from a huge selection including Rayban, OGA, and BVLGARI

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Consultation req; non-candidates and other refund requests will be honored before service provided. Appt required. Merchant's standard cxl policy applies (any fees not to exceed voucher price). Deposit required if appointment is already missed. Limit 1/person. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for clients who have received an eye exam at this location. Not valid toward contact lenses. Must use promo value in 1 visit. Includes single vision plastic lenses only. Valid for prescriptions of +2 to -2 and cylindrical up to -2. Not valid with any other offer, or gift card, or insurance. May be repurchased every 30 days. Ray-Ban and Nicole Miller eyewear are not included in the promotion. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

  • $39 for a basic eye exam and $200 eyewear credit, plus a cleaning cloth and lens spray to take home ($299 value)

Doctor is an independent contractor. Regular eye exam is $79. Contact lens exam is not included, but is available for an additional fee. Extra $49 fee for dilatation.

Corrective Lenses: Shedding Light Where It’s Needed

There’s a lot that can go wrong in the human eye, but fortunately opticians can do a lot to make up for that. Learn how with Groupon’s introduction to corrective lenses.

Light begins its transformation from electromagnetic radiation into visual information by traversing three parts of the eye. It first hits the outermost layer—the cornea—and then enters through the pupil to pass through the lens. The shape and orientation of all three elements are crucial, as they all affect how light is refracted onto the optic-nerve-connected retina at the back of the eye. If these mechanisms don’t get it right, corrective lenses can add a fourth layer to compensate.

For instance, nearsightedness is typically caused by a cornea that is overly rounded from staring at too many billiard balls, or by an eyeball that is too long. As light passes through the pupil, it focuses the light at a point before it hits the retina, creating a blurrier signal. So in this case, concave lenses work to spread the light they intercept before it hits the natural lens.

Today, sophisticated computer programs determine the exact degree of curvature necessary on each surface of the lens to approximate normal vision for eyes with various irregularities. The lenses themselves may be made of several different materials; glass, naturally, is the oldest, although its weight and fragility makes it less popular today. Plastic resin is most widely used, but injection-molded polycarbonate is a favorite of many opticians: along with being durable and light, it also filters out UV radiation and several of the dirtier types of glares.

Customer Reviews

Everyone was very nice 5 stars will be returning
Amanda B. · November 13, 2015
Very nice place very helpful with answering my questions. Eye exam was one of the best I have ever received.
Rosalie D. · February 23, 2017
very nice and friendly staff.
Nelson B. · December 8, 2016

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