Oh to be so lucky.
Online retailers can't handle my prescription (it's bad, like bad bad) so I inevitably spend an arm and a leg on eye stuff (glasses, contacts, etc) every year. Oh well. Rather see well-ish than have that money in my pocket tbh.
How bad? My right eye (the worse of the two) is sphere -6.50, cylinder -1.0. FWIW they claim they can handle sphere -20 to +12, +/-6 on cylinder, and prism up to 5.
That's really cheap though JBI. Here's to hoping they are worth a dang.
The lenses seem fine, though I should've probably upgraded to the better anti-reflective coating (I cheaped out on the add-ons since I was just trying them out to see if they seem to have a clue).
I suspect that the last pair of distance lenses I got at a B&M place were subtly "off" somehow (possibly incorrect PD). They just never seemed quite right. The distance part of these bifocals is noticeably better than my previous distance pair.
This is also a return to bifocals for me, after trying them for a few months about 10 years ago and hating them. My range of focus has gotten bad enough now that I really need the bifocals, otherwise I need to constantly switch back and forth between distance and near pairs of glasses, which gets really old.
My main concern is durability of the frames. But now that I'm convinced that they seem to have a clue on the lenses, I could upgrade to better frames when I reorder (I basically went with the cheapest ones that had spring hinges and accommodated my PD).