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What You'll Get
As anyone who has accidentally called a boss “mom” knows, being able to tell who’s who is vital to the preservation of dignity. Put life into focus with today’s Groupon: for $50, you get a prescription-eyewear package at Stratton Eyes (up to a $265 value). The prescription-eyewear package includes:
- A comprehensive eye exam (a $65 value)
- $200 toward frames and prescription lenses
The clear-vision aficionados at Stratton Eyes draw on 60 years of collective optometric experience as they assess eye health and outfit faces with frames. A sight specialist first examines peepers for signs of disease before calibrating prescription lenses ($97) based on the ability to see letter charts, protons, and imaginary friends. Clients then select their favorite styles from a wide selection of frames that includes brand names such as Coach, Prada, and Burberry ($69+).
Groupon holders can also use their $200 credit toward plano or prescription sunglasses. Relieve eyes from the brightness associated with driving into bonfires by snagging a pair of sun-shunning spectacles assembled with Marchon Coach frames ($189.99), single-vision lenses ($97), and tint ($20).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 23, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with insurance. Must purchase prescription lenses with frames. Not valid toward contact lenses. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Stratton Eyes
Stratton Eyes' optometrists draw on their extensive experience to help clients see the world clearly. After welcoming visitors to a professional, stylish office outfitted with a play space for children, the doctors examine eyes using advanced techniques such as Optomap laser retinal exams, which can detect early signs of medical issues such as hypertension and diabetes in addition to assessing ocular health. After exams, clients can peruse frames from brands such as Ralph Lauren and Ray-Ban to hold their newly minted prescription lenses.