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What are your Payment Methods? International Shipping Policy Do you price match?
Polarized lenses? What is the frame size? About Sunglasses  
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Do you price match?

We try to be competitive in the marketplace.  If a customer can find a product of the same quality for a lesser price, we will try very hard to match the price found.  We strive to be your one-stop Designer Sunglasses, Designer Eyeglasses, and Designer Watches shop.
Send us an email with the item brand, model, color and the price you found on competitor site, as well as the link to the product on that site. We do not price match items on various Auction sites.

We accept following Payment Methods:

  Master Card   


 American Express     


Google Checkout                 

Please contact us for instructions if following payment methods used:

  Western Union

  Money Gram

  Bank Wires

Return Policy:

If for any reason you are not completely satisfied with your frames, you may return them,within 15 days for a refund. Refunds will be issued within 7 business days from receipt of the item and will be subject to a 15% restocking fee. Shipping costs will not be refunded. If you opted for FREE SHIPPING keep in mind shipping costs will be deducted from your order upon return.

Please contact us at [email protected] to let us know about the return and you will be issued a RMA #. The item must be in brand new perfect condition, the same as when you received it. All returned merchandise must be in its original saleable condition when received. Please be sure to include all of the original material that we sent with the merchandise.

In the event we have to special order an item for you there are no refunds or exchanges. The items are FINAL SALE.

We do NOT do refunds or exchanges on Prescription Orders. Prescriptions are custom made just for you and they are yours to keep.


Exchange Policy:

Merchandise may be sent back for exchange or online store credit within 15 days of purchase. Exchanges are accepted on items that are unworn, unused, in new condition and ALL tags attached. All claims should be done within 15 days of receipt of merchandise and should be sent prepaid. We will do an exchange only! Shipping and handling is not refundable. There is a 10% exchnage fee that will be charged. We will not be able to process your exchange without having your original order back to us. Please contact us prior return of goods at: [email protected] Send back the item within 14 days with a short note indicating which item you want to replace with and we will happily make all the necessary arrangements. If you paid with a credit card we will bill your card for the difference in price or credit your card if there is a credit. Shipping fees will be charged once again.

In the event we have to special order an item for you there are no refunds or exchanges.
The items are FINAL SALE.

Polarized Lenses?
What are Polarized lenses?

Polarized lenses utilize polarized filtering technology to diffuse the concentrated light waves. This filtering process eliminates 99% of the reflected glare.

Polarized Sunglasses

How do polarized sunglasses work?

Light reflected from surfaces like a flat road or smooth water is generally horizontally polarized. This horizontally polarized light is blocked by the vertically oriented polarized filter in the lenses.

Polarized Sunglasses

There is some debate on the effects of polarized lenses on snow-covered surfaces. Some say they can reduce the intense glare that is caused by sunlight reflecting off snow.

We find that they're not satisfactory for sports such as downhill skiing because they may not provide the contrast the eye needs to distinguish ice patches and changes in the terrain quickly. Try mirrored sunglasses instead.

Also a polarized filter will sometimes react with windshield lamination and tinting (as well as Aircraft canopies) to create blinds spots and make it difficult to read LCD instrumentation. We'd suggest a non-polarized lens if you spend a lot of time driving or flying.

What is UV Protection?

Ultraviolet (UV) protection is a concern for many Americans, particularly in the spring and summer months, but most people are thinking about their skin, not their eyes. The American Optometric Association (AOA) warns that prolonged exposure to the sun's UV rays and short wavelength light (violet and blue light) without proper protection may cause eye conditions that can lead to a variety of vision disorders.

According to the AOA's 2007 American Eye-Q® survey, which identified Americans' attitudes and behaviors regarding eye care and related issues, 40 percent of Americans do not think UV protection is an important factor to consider when purchasing sunglasses.

"Just as skin is 'burned' by UV radiation the eye can also suffer damage," said Gregory Good, OD, Ph.D., member of AOA's Commission on Ophthalmic Standards. "The lesson-especially for young people-is that eyes need protection, too. Protection can be achieved by simple, safe, and inexpensive methods such as wearing a brimmed hat and using eyewear that properly absorbs UV radiation."

Overexposure to UV rays has been linked to age-related cataracts, pterygium, photokeratitis and corneal degenerative changes, the AOA said. These conditions can cause blurred vision, irritation, redness, tearing, temporary vision loss and, in some instances, blindness. And, while the correlation is still unclear, there appears to be a link between excessive summer sun exposure and retinal pigmentation.

The AOA cautions that the effects of sunlight exposure are cumulative; therefore, individuals whose work or recreational activities involve lengthy exposure to sunlight are at the greatest risk. UV radiation reflects off surfaces such as snow, water and white sand, so the risk is particularly high for people on beaches, boats or ski slopes. The risk for serious damage is greatest during the mid-day hours, generally from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., and during summer months.

Children and teenagers are particularly susceptible to the sun's damaging rays because they typically spend more time outdoors than adults, and the lenses of their eyes are more transparent than those of adults. The transparent lenses allow more short wavelength light to reach the retina of the eye.

The effects of UV radiation are cumulative, so it's important to develop good protection habits early in life, such as wearing sunglasses with UV protection. The American Eye-Q® survey showed that 61 percent of Americans buy sunglasses for their children, but 23 percent do not check that the lenses provide protection against UV rays.

By educating Americans about the dangers of UV rays on the eyes and the importance of choosing proper eyewear that provides the best UV protection, doctors of optometry are helping patients protect their long-term eye health.

The following top five tips from the American Optometric Association can help prevent further eye damage from exposure to UV radiation:

  1. Wear protective eyewear any time your eyes are exposed to UV radiation, even on cloudy days and during the winter.

  2. Look for quality sunglasses that offer good protection. Sunglasses should block out 99 to 100 percent of UV-A and UV-B radiation and screen out 75 to 90 percent of visible light.

  3. Check to make sure sunglass lenses are perfectly matched in color and free of distortions or imperfections.

  4. Purchase gray-colored lenses because they reduce light intensity without altering the color of objects, providing the most natural color vision.

  5. Don't forget protection for children and teenagers. They typically spend more time in the sun than adults and are at greater risk of damaging their retinas from short wavelength light.

Additionally, be sure to receive routine comprehensive eye exams from an eye doctor. It's a good way to monitor eye health, maintain good vision, and keep up-to-date on the latest in UV radiation protection.


Order cancellation.

In the event the order is cancelled before we ship the item, a 15% cancellation fee will be applied.. Shipping costs will be refunded completely. The reason behind this process is that once you place an order it goes right to our vendors for shipping and we are not allowed to stop the order.

How to buy Eyeglasses?
  • Step 1 : Choose a frame that suits you and click on the item to go into product detail page. there you will find additional images, color description and size information.
  • Step 2 : You can buy just the frame or you can buy a frame with your prescription. If you want to add prescription to the frame, simply select the Lens Type you need, Lens material and any options you want the lenses to have. Once everything is selected click "Add to Cart". If you have your prescription handy and want to enter it, go back to the item you were on and click Add Prescription button on the bottom of the page. It will lead you to Prescription product where you can enter all the information for your prescription and add that item to Cart as well. Or you can fax or email us your prescription.
  • Step 3 : View your shopping cart, if you wish to save more and order a second pair. click on keep shopping and repeat steps 1 and 2. To complete your order, click on CHECKOUT in your shopping cart and proceed to filling your shipping and payment information.

    That's it. In less than 7 days, we will deliver your new glasses directly to your door step.
Things you should know about Sunglasses. offers over 100 brands of sunglasses at prices discounted as much as 20-70% off retail. We carry hot designer sunglass brands such as Gucci, D&G, Dior and Tom Ford, well as the ultra-cool sport sunglass brands such as Ray Ban, Oakley, Revo and many more. All of these brands are always offered at a discount!

There are many different lens and frame technologies on the market today. When choosing a frame/lens, be sure to pick sunglasses that fit close to your face and works with your lifestyle. Active people may be better off with a plastic frame and polycarbonate plastic lens, as they are more impact resistant and lightweight as compared to glass lenses which are heavier and scratch resistant. Many sunglasses also have polarized, mirrored and photochromic lenses to provide extra protection in high light situations.

Most importantly, sunglasses protect your eyes from harmful Ultraviolet radiation (UV). UV radiation comes naturally from the sun and is comprised of invisible rays that can be classfied into three different types. The three bands of UV light are: UVA, UVB and UVC. UVA & UVB are the ray one should be concerned with when purchasing sunglasses. When our eyes are exposed to direct sunlight, these rays can be damaging to the cornea and retina and can eventually cause cataracts. Wearing sunglasses reduces the strain on the eyes, eliminates the sun's glare and, therefore, reduces the chance of getting cataracts. When purchasing a pair of sunglasses, be sure the lenses block at least 98% of these UV rays. Many of the higher quality sunglass lenses on the market claim to block 100% of these damaging rays. ALL of the discount sunglasses available for sale at provide 98-100% protection from harmful UV radiation.

Safe Shopping Guarantee.

We understand that security is essential when buying online. That&'s why we have worked hard to create one of the safest online shopping environments in the industry.

Our checkout process is 100% secure. Your order information is encrypted and transmitted over our secure (SSL) server technology.

An ACTUAL human reviews each and every order - no salesbots - no automated processing. If we see something that';s not clear, we'll contact you BEFORE we charge your credit card.

We take fraud very seriously. We take extra steps to carefully validate all credit card information. You can be secure in the knowledge that we're protecting you from unauthorized charges. And, by keeping fraud down, we can also keep prices down. In some cases additional information may be requested in order to process validate the information.

Packages arrive safely. When your order ships, we go an extra step to protect your packages in transit. Our exclusive SweetTrack system protects your shipment from being “hijacked†by protecting the tracking number. You can log in anytime, day or night, to track your order in real time.

International Shipping Policy:

All items that are sent overseas are shipped with the United States Postal Service. will not charge any duty or taxes for an international order, however we can not guarantee that you will not be charged those by customs authorities. Custom duties and taxes are the sole responsibility of the customer. Please contact your local customs office for details. We try very hard to make our international customers happy. We pu a much lower value on all international packages. is an Upfront Merchant on TheFind. Click for info.