Eyeglasses correct vision, make people look more intelligent, and—when worn upside down—enable a dormant wad of gray matter in the brain to control the Hubble Telescope. Unleash your satellite-wielding capacities with today's Groupon: for $60, you get $200 worth of designer frames and lenses at Specs Eyewear. This Groupon is good at the Waterfront, New Market Square, and Towne East Square locations in Wichita, as well as the Derby and El Dorado locations.
Specs Eyewear is Kansas’s progressive provider of fashionably functional eyewear, lining its display walls with brand-name frames, hi-tech lenses, and daringly curved prescription eyewear. Outfit your oculus with high-end names such as Vogue, Ogi, Prada, Burton Gilliam Cowboy Chic, and Armani Exchange (prices range from $150 to $300). Specs’ technicians will then carefully craft lenses ($79–$219) to your prescription using Star Trekable optic technology that, until a few years ago, was used to power the x-ray specs in the back of mail-order catalogs. Specs also goes a step beyond most glasses shops by custom-fitting its curved prescription sunglasses to the unique phrenology of the wearer's head and coating its anti-reflective lenses ($65–$129) with a special gel that allows wearers to see which humans are actually skull-faced aliens.
Specs Eyewear was founded by Monte Ysidro and then Jason Bell, grade-school chums who vowed to do their part to make ocular correction cool again after living through unfortunate 90s eyewear trends such as lenses made from Pog slammers. Gird your eyes with aesthetically sound UV barriers and fashionable, functional pupil protection with today's Groupon to Specs eyewear.
Growing up in Benton, Kansas, fourth-grade pals Monte Ysidro and Jason Bell were probably more focused on seeing the chalkboard clearly than opening a collection of high-end fashion optical boutiques. And yet, beginning in 2002, that's just what they did, starting out humbly in a 10'x10' kiosk at a local mall. Today, friendly eyewear experts at each Specs location point guests in the direction of designer frames and prescription sunglasses by brands such as Gucci and Versace. The crew also employs advanced technology to create lenses with high-performance coatings, custom-fit curves, and high definition, which allow wearers to make out the moon's facial expression.