At the end of December, I was invited to check out JustEyeware.com. JustEyeware is a website/company where you can easily and quickly order regular glasses or sunglasses at discounted prices. If you have a prescription, all you have to do is enter in the info and you are good to go. If you don’t have a prescription, then you can just have plain lenses too. Surfing on the website was fun, but shipping issues and a total lack of customer service completely ruined this experience.
It took me a bit to figure out how to navigate all the lens stuff. When you first click the “Select Lens” button, you are taken to a page that starts asking you how you normally use your glasses. Since I don’t really need any of that, I click on the “Lens Packages” tab, which took me to the lens types. You can pick Polar (thin & light, anti-scratch coating, 100% UV protection; $49), Transitions (transition lens, thin & light, anti-scratch coating, 100% UV protection; $79), or Basic (standard plastic lens, standard tins, anti-scratch coating; FREE). I went for the Basic being that I don’t need any of the fancy stuff, and they are just sunglasses. When you click on the Basic, you are asked to pick the lens color . . . which I choose the gray/black.
What I find really annoying is the fact that people have been commenting on how quick their items arrived on the Tomoson feedback page. I’ve been trying to look up consumer report info, but I’m finding that they won’t sign up with many of the sites. I’ve also seen several comments about defective/messed up items and how they don’t give refunds. So, I would say that this one is a “try at your own risk”. While many people love them and use them all the time, I know that I won’t be dealing with them again. I will post a follow up report if I ever hear anything back from their customer service.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.