It's important to have regular eye exams so that you can tell if your vision is slipping or if your loved ones are devolving into fuzzy blobs. Stay sharp with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for an eye exam (a $65 value) and $225 toward a complete set of prescription lenses and frames (a $290 total value)
- $35 for $200 toward a complete set of prescription lenses and frames
Single-vision plastic ($89) or polycarbonate ($129) lenses slide into designer frames from Kate Spade ($240), Ray Ban ($199), and Randy Jackson ($200). Nondesigner frames start at $129.
Singer Specs/Sterling Optical
Locally owned and operated, Singer Specs/Sterling Optical celebrates their 25th anniversary at their Exton location this year. Drawing from more than 100 years of combined experience in the optical business, the staff introduces customers' façades to face-flattering frames. Picking from a vast selection of eyewear, the eye experts equip patrons with stylish prescription sunglasses, bifocals, and other specs designed to fit various vision needs. To ensure the perfect pair, the staff administers eye exams and adjusts glasses to sit snuggly on the temples or on the family dog's tail.
76% of 210 customers recommend
“Very helpful very fast good selection and quick turnaround”
“Nice service and people.”
“They recommended trying to get Davis Vision to reimburse part of the cost. Just so happens my insurance doesn't allow for' non-participating' companies. It was worth...”
“They recommended trying to get Davis Vision to reimburse part of the cost. Just so happens my insurance doesn't allow for' non-participating' companies. It was worth a try.”