What You'll Get
A healthy pair of eyes is imperative to betting on Academy Award winners and long-distance reading competitions. Today's Groupon puts eyeballs on the path to healthy sight with a comprehensive eye exam and 25% off frames and lenses at RevolutionEyes for $60. RevolutionEyes' modern, state-of-the-art facility in Carmel hosts five-eyed technicians capable of seeing into the future finale of LOST on Sunday, May 23, at 9 p.m.
Dr. Jeremy Ciano of RevolutionEyes runs a Top Five Eyewear business while operating as the official optometrist for the Indiana ICE, and Dr. Katherine Schuetz is a pediatric optometrist who can healthy-up the orbital see-machines of infants as young as six months. A RevolutionEyes exam lasts roughly 20 minutes and uses the cutting-edge optomap camera, which provides a 200-degree view that more often than not bypasses the need for uncomfortable dilation to dive into a vision-ball's deepest secrets.
Following diligent inspection of the eye's overall health and visual acuity (including glaucoma screening, cataract evaluation, and your prescription), today's Groupon gets customers 25% off the shop's wide selection of frames and lenses, from Ed Hardy ($249–$599) to Prada ($329–$549), Kate Spade, Dolce & Gabbana, and more. Lenses can be specially crafted for athletes, those with astigmatism, dry eyes, or those who need bi- or trifocals to dramatize their public poetry readings.
Proper visibility is a must for anyone who doesn't wish to have their sightlessness used metaphorically against them in political arguments. With a new season blooming forth and babies left and right learning to tie their shoelaces, an able pair of optical-globes welcomes in the illustrated bounty that makes our Earth one of the premier planets in the galaxy.
This Groupon cannot be redeemed with any other specials or insurance.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 9, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid with other offers or insurance. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.