We have hundreds of different glasses frames in stock. Call in to view our entire range. Try any on you want to, take selfies - whatever makes it easier to find your perfect new glasses!
We have over seventy different styles at this price range.
Why such a low price? Typically we reduce our prices of a particular style when we have nearly run out and aren't able to replace it.
Is the quality OK? Yes! There's nothing fundamentally different between these and anything else we sell, it's just hat we've had them for a while and they're discounted to clear and make way for new styles.
This price range is made up of perennial favourite styles that have stood the test of time.
They're styles that are still wildly popular that we want to keep at an affordable price range to ensure they provide maximum value.
Over 140 models are available at this price range.
Imagine a classic glasses style and you'll likely find it here from just $49!
$69 is our highest price range! Here you'll find our latest styles along with quality acetate and titanium models.
The quality of these is unsurpassed even by glasses found elsewhere for hundreds of dollars or with well known brand names on the side arm.
Features like spring hinges and semi-rimless models are found here.
But don't take our word for it, call in and see for yourself!
Here are the most common materials our glasses are made from.
A robust, sturdy, cost-effective plastic composite that most glasses are made from.
Reasonably lightweight and capable of being produced in an almost infinite variety of colours which makes it a material of choice for many glasses frames manufacturers.
Cellulose acetate is a hypoallergenic, plant-based composite, known for being strong, lightweight, and flexible.
It's made from natural cotton and wood fibres. While plastic-based materials are cheaper to produce, they are harmful to the environment whereas cellulose acetate is from renewable materials.
Most metal glasses are made from nickel alloy. Very versatile and lightweight.
Strong, durable, keeps looking great for ages, easy to clean.
Despite the price tag, metal glasses made by popular brands that cost hundreds of dollars are mostly made from nickel alloy.
Titanium is mostly recommended for people who may have an allergic reaction to nickel alloy. It is more lightweight and has a greater degree of flexibility too so is often used for thin frames.
Here's how we ensure you get the best possible vision when you need progressive glasses.
We mark the lens exactly where you look through the lens when using them for distance.
This is called the fitting heightor "FH" and it's critical to give you the best possible vision experience.