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Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Eyeglasses

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Zenni Optical for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

Prescription eyeglasses are a health item and a necessity.  Without their eyeglasses my friends and co-teachers call themselves "blind."  They can hardly function. My mom and my sister also have two pairs, one that they leave at home and one that they carry around. This way, if they leave one at work, they still have a spare at home. Actually, I think my sister has more than two. There’s practically very little she can accomplish without her eyeglasses. She not only need to carry a spare at all times, she needs to leave one at school, in the car,  and one at the workplace. Good thing she's  practical about it and get the ones that are reasonably priced. She likes them stylish and fashionable, but not pricey! With four kids, she's not the type who'd go for branded stuff. Those cheap eyeglasses work!

Zenni Optical has no middlemen, no retail overhead, and practically no advertising budget, they do not pay for or sell expensive, or even inexpensive, brand names, but only their own manufactured brand, ZENNI.
Using the latest modern materials, manufacturing and marketing systems Zenni Optical bring their product direct from their factories to the customers. No wonder satisfied customers eagerly spread the word.
Eyeglasses are definitely a personal fashion and style item, and to that end they strive to provide a fashionable and stylish product. Zenni Optical takes considerable pride in being able to bring to all a very high quality product of great durability, safety and comfort at truly reasonable and affordable prices.
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6 comments:

Whitemist said...

A subject near and dear!
Used to be able to use the cheap glasses for reading, but of course, with the diplopia - none of them help. Still the miricle of optics and glasses are that i am able to have even the double vision corrected...

Melissa said...

I wear glasses for reading, for about two years now. I probably am due for a new pair soon.

Elvirah said...

Wearing stylish glares has become a fashion nowadays unlike the olden days, like a decade ago. Now people would love to wear it and would not mind buying a nice glares which looks good in them.

Sharon Wagner said...

A near and dear subject. I'd be blind with out them.

Stay at Home Blessings by Chin chin said...

My son and daughter just broke their eyeglass again. I hope they could still get the stylish eyeglasses that are easy on the budget.

Have a Merry Christmas!

RNSANE said...

Hello from India, dear Tes. I've been here three weeks now, having so much fun, I've been a bit remiss in visiting my blog buddies.

I only use my glasses for driving and you can bet I won't drive in Mumbai...total madness...makes Houston seem tame.

Lots of love to you.

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