What You'll Get
Eyesight correction was popular among ancient Romans, who toted brick-heavy specs to gladiatorial contests to catch a glimpse of mascots catapulting togas into the crowd. Assess the modern version of vision with today’s Groupon: for $40, you get a full eye exam (a $100 value), plus $150 toward a complete pair of glasses at Seen Vision Care in Dearborn.
With a Johns Hopkins–trained eye doctor on staff and thousands of frames ready to adorn waiting faces, Seen analyzes ocular health and outfits peepers with stylish accessories. Using the technology of the Eyelogic system, the vision specialists at Seen inspect the overall health of eyes and determine a precise fit for new glasses. Test out a new look or find something besides breadsticks to nibble while staring pensively with frames from brands including Chanel ($400+), Prada ($300+), Roberto Cavalli ($250+), and Candies ($180+). Fill frames with single-vision lenses ($100) or bedeck smaller faces with Kids Central frames ($150+). Visitors can admire the newly opened shop as cheerful eyewear pros assist and adjust new spectacles that will carve a clear path through a once-blurred existence.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with insurance. Not valid for contact lenses. Extra fee for contact exam. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Seen Vision Care
The staff at Seen Vision Care follows a simple mission: to help patients see more clearly and look their best while doing it. Before fitting faces to frames, experienced eye doctors thoroughly asses the health of each patient's vision during exams, precisely calculating prescriptions with an advanced Eyelogic system that accurately measures eyeball length, shape, and laser-shooting ability. Seen Vision Care gives clients a chance to personalize their eyewear with more than 2,000 designer frames from brands such as Gucci, Prada, and Tom Ford, and custom-made lenses available in antiglare, transition, and polarized formats.