What You'll Get
The naked eye is poorly suited for reading fine print, estimating the depth of trenches on Mars, and appearing in the pages of a family optometry journal. Dress eyes appropriately with today's Groupon: for $50, you get $150 worth of eyewear at Westgate Vision Center.
The fully certified and licensed sight whisperers at Westgate Vision Center bedeck peepers in stylish and affordable eye attire. Frames range from less than $100 to $500 and brandish designer names such as Fendi, Nike, Guess, and Candies. Westgate Vision Center also supplies modern upgrades to lens technology, such as transition lenses that darken in sunlight, nighttime driving lenses that reduce glare, and x-ray lenses that let other people see into your skull. Evening and Saturday hours make it easy to fit lens shopping into a busy schedule. An expert eye decorator will gladly assist in picking out the best style to match each customer's features, even for tricky spiral-shaped faces. This deal does not include an exam; however, customers may use current outside prescriptions to redeem this Groupon.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid toward complete set of prescription eyewear only. Not valid for eye exams or contact lenses. Not valid with insurance. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Westgate Vision Center
Drs. David Levine and Michael Cooper, Westgate Vision Center's duo of veteran optometrists, engineer comprehensive vision care using advanced digital refracting equipment. Once vision is verified, clients may browse the Secor Road shop's myriad designer frames from upscale labels such as Columbia, Calvin Klein, Candies, Puma, Nautica, and Pucci. Licensed opticians at the onsite laboratory generally construct pairs of eyeglasses in 7–10 days, the time it takes to disassemble a Galilean telescope. Frames come together with a wide range of technically advanced lenses, including transition and polarized lenses, made of glass, plastic, or polycarbonate.