What You'll Get
The most coveted level of vision is 20/20, which means peepers can correctly identify 20 out of 20 typos on the optometrist’s eye chart. Maintain copy-editing clarity with today’s Groupon: for $50, you get an eye-care package at Slatten Eye Care & Optical Boutique in Norman (a $250 total value). The package includes:
- A comprehensive eye exam (a $150 value)
- $100 toward glasses<p>
Dr. Lee Slatten leads Slatten Eye Care’s team of seasoned sight shepherds in maintaining patrons’ ocular health and outfitting faces in flattering glasses from the store’s more than 1,400-strong selection of frames. During the eye exam, Dr. Slatten tests visual acuity, looks deep into peepers’ depths to check for overall eye-health issues, and secretly collects stray eyelashes to wish upon. Sight-boosting staffers help patrons find frames that will flatter their mugs’ shapes, choosing from brands such as Guess ($220), Ray-Ban ($190), and Kate Spade ($285). Frames grace faces in a variety of materials, including sleek metal structures, affordable plastic options, and high-quality varieties fashioned from titanium or stainless steel. Finally, the eye-care professionals will set prescription lenses within the chosen frames to create customized eyewear as trendsetting as the first person to don socks.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 15, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Not valid for contact lenses. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Slatten Eye Care & Optical Boutique
Dr. Slatten has been servicing his patients' eyes for more than 34 years. At Slatten Eye Care & Optical Boutique, this know-how translates into comprehensive eye exams that prescreen for disease and deterioration, as well as consults for LASIK. Dr. Slatten relies on a team of opticians and optometric technicians to help customers find the perfect set of glasses or to adjust to wearing contacts for the first time. Inside the boutique, display cases show off frames from high-end designers such as Guess, Ray-Ban, and Vera Bradley.