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Roger

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Frames for glasses
« on: September 24, 2018, 06:01:15 PM »

I have an extreme prescription and wear glasses always.

Over many years, I've found when you need to replace a frame, it's hard to find one just right. I've now bought a DKNY frame, exactly the same as my current one, on ebay.com at £30 instead of the normal £120 ! Delivery to UK or Thailand . . .
It's very easy to get lenses fitted to frames in Thailand and cheap IMO.

One or two Suppliers have a very wide range - maybe a particularly useful route if you are looking for something specific. I admit it to being fussy on this front. ATB
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Re: Frames for glasses
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2018, 06:15:06 PM »

I have an extreme prescription and wear glasses always.

Over many years, I've found when you need to replace a frame, it's hard to find one just right. I've now bought a DKNY frame, exactly the same as my current one, on ebay.com at £30 instead of the normal £120 ! Delivery to UK or Thailand . . .
It's very easy to get lenses fitted to frames in Thailand and cheap IMO.

One or two Suppliers have a very wide range - maybe a particularly useful route if you are looking for something specific. I admit it to being fussy on this front. ATB

I don't know if you can find this brand in Thailand Roger: http://www.trevicoliseum.it/collections/clark-collections/?lang=en

They have a range with magnets in the frames, so you can fit sunglasses (which they supply). They are brilliant.
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