September 11, 2019 – Buying glasses online is a convenient choice that can also save valuable money. At InternetSpecs, some of the best brands for prescription glasses, whether for distance, reading or computer, are available at great value for money. With free delivery, original cases and warranties, InternetSpecs has made shopping online for prescription glasses a breeze and enjoys a high 4.9 TrustScore on Trustpilot.
A thousand new frames and more await online visitors at the InternetSpecs store, with over 40 popular brands, from Police glasses to Superdry glasses, Mulberry, Jaguar and Nina Ricci to Barbour glasses, Radley glasses and O’Neill. The wide range is complemented with a very easy way to select and place the order. In case of any doubts, every frame page features a special Help section as well.
Prescription glasses at InternetSpecs are selected for quality and durability. Glasses come with scratch-resistant, hard coated, anti-reflection lenses and come in varied styles, sizes and materials used, catering to men, women as well as unisex. To place an order, visitors can select the frame, enter their prescription and choose the lenses along with description for usage.
“We offer some of the most stylish glasses brands currently in the market as well as a wide selection of competitively priced lenses. Do not miss our FREE offer – Kodak ‘CleAR’ 1.6 thin & lightweight, anti-reflection coated lenses for single vision!” said a spokesperson for InternetSpecs.
Among the listing are Titanium frames, known to be extra strong and resistant to corrosion. A popular choice are combination metal and plastic frames. Wooden-sided frames are trendy as well, reminiscent of the very first frames of yesteryear from the 13th century.
All orders placed at InternetSpecs are delivered free, utilising the Royal Mail special delivery service for within the UK and Royal Mail secure delivery for overseas orders. Deliveries inside the UK usually take 5-10 working days. Glasses frames carry a one year warranty against manufacturing defects.
For more information, visit www.internetSpecs.co.uk