Prada, Versace & Vogue designer frames filled with single vision, bifocal & high definition progressive lenses along with protective coating
- Expires May 2, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Valid only toward a complete pair of prescription eyeglasses. Not valid toward sale items. Not valid with insurance. Extra fee for medical procedures. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Cannot combine with other promotions.
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For more than 50 years, the optical luminaries at Crown Vision Center have outfitted peepers with a menagerie of name-brand frames from Prada, Versace, Ray-Ban, Vogue, and D&G, which sharpen eyesight when filled with prescription lenses. A wide variety of designs tempts blinkers with sleek metal, bright colors, and arms that do daily bicep curls to keep their muscles sculpted and capable of holding onto ears all day long.
Seven protective coatings, which block UV rays and resist scratches from overzealous pool cues, layer single vision, bifocal, trifocal, and high-definition progressive lenses. Lenses then slip fashionably into Coach ($129+), Michael Kors ($199), Guess ($229), or Calvin Klein frames ($199), which look nothing like the clunky, squarish black frames that were originally used to punish children for squinting in church. Customers can tote along previously obtained prescriptions or get a $35 eye exam at Crown Vision Center when they purchase a complete pair of prescription eyeglasses.
In a profile of Crown Vision Center, a reporter for The Telegraph commended the business’ dedication to charity, noting its donations and ongoing partnership with the Essilor Vision Foundation, which serves needy children with eye screenings and exams. Crown Vision Center also works with the Kids Vision For Life program, which ensures that students can see well enough to see the blackboard, but also well enough to trap and disable feral blackboard erasers.