In nature, the only way for animals to achieve perfect vision is to crossbreed with an eagle, usually resulting in eagle-eyed abominations such as snakes with talons and flying pumas. Keeping human senses sharp is a less formidable task, as today’s Groupon proves: for $49, you get $200 worth of frames and lenses at The Vision Center at Seaside Farms in Mt. Pleasant.
The Vision Center at Seaside Farms brings fashion into focus with a plethora of frames and a legion of lenses. The environmentally friendly office brims with ocular options, from standard frames to brand-name ocular boxes that radiate style, sophistication, and ant-menacing laser beams. Modern Optical plastic frames ($90) add character to under-sketched faces, and face supports by Banana Republic ($180 in plastic or metal) mathematically prove that four eyes are better than two naturally occurring head oranges. Spectacle splurgers can opt for plastic frames by Kate Spade ($255) or Hugo Boss ($225). The lovechildren of science and crystalline tar pits, multitudinous lens options allow eyeballs to engage their world with lineless bifocals ($199+), single vision thin lenses ($198), or tried-and-true single vision plastic lenses ($99).
For decision-phobes or reflection-free spirits, The Vision Center’s online optical store lets users upload pictures to test out what frames best flatter their face. Eyewear orders are delivered with 100% accuracy, undergoing a six-step quality assurance process before going on to adorn noggins of humans and sentient, myopic mannequins alike.
Nine Google Mappers give The Vision Center at Seaside Farms an average of five stars:
- I did not have to wait when I arrived and my glasses came in as expected. They have a wonderful selection of frames and I couldn't be happier with my glasses. – Jennifer, Google Maps
- I am now a very satisfied loyal customer that will encourage anyone with needs of vision care, to experience the first class service of The Vision Center. – Slack, Google Maps