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Topic # 204976 25-Oct-2016 13:45
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Found this online and thought I should share it here for someone that is intending to buy soon. I have tried it in store and it works. Just show it on your phone.

 


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  Reply # 1657847 26-Oct-2016 07:43
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Good find - but wow - is it just me or is that one horribly horrible site to use? :\ ps - really hate how sites include out of stock items but don't allow you to filter them out grrrr lol


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  Reply # 1657860 26-Oct-2016 08:32
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Just had a look for a pair of glasses I am after - Rayban RB3522.

 

Our local pharmacy has them for $229, and offered me 10% off without me even asking (so $206ish). They would take $200.

 

Sunglass Hut has them for $290 on that site (and not in the colour I want unfortunately). Less 30% is $203.

 

Might look like a good deal, but shop around people.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1657869 26-Oct-2016 08:49
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2 months ago I used smartbuyglasses.co.nz

 

We wanted 2 polaroid sunglasses quoted total $205 at Sunglass Hut.

 

Bought online for $120 for both at smartbuyglasses (they ship from HK and it's very fast shipping).

 

So yup, shop around.





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  Reply # 1657905 26-Oct-2016 09:03
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After seeing different programmes about Luxottica I am reluctant to spend any money at one of their stores. I tend to lose them anyway so I just look for cheap ones online or at markets.




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  Reply # 1658025 26-Oct-2016 10:45
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I buy from Sunglasshut purely for warranty purpose, if the glasses scratch etc they tend to supply one for half the price for a replacement.


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  Reply # 1658049 26-Oct-2016 11:39
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riahon:

 

After seeing different programmes about Luxottica I am reluctant to spend any money at one of their stores. I tend to lose them anyway so I just look for cheap ones online or at markets.

 

 

Luxottica could offer 90% off and still be a profitable cash cow!

 

 


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