Sunday, 18 October 2020

I can't see clearly now.

 Good morning. Have you seen those specs advertised where the lenses can be adjusted to any level so that anyone can wear them? They have knobs on the side, apparently, so they  can be altered. I heard a story yesterday from someone who has bought them because they thought it was a good idea. In short, it isn't. They complain that they are not fit for purpose, they look like they are cheap, from a £1 shop, and were no use. They have tried to get their money back, but no refund is forthcoming as yet. Just passing this information on, so be aware. 

Catch ya later.   Toodle pip.  ilona


  1. I have never bought anything on line because I like to see what I am buying and certainly wouldnt buy glasses!.Mine are from the pound shop and as long as I dont sit on them,stand on them or drop them,they last me a long time,lol.Even when Ive bought stuff from a charity shop,I always check it first.I dont part with my money unless I have to,lol,xx

  2. This post was so welcomed - I bought these glasses and first was the time I waited for it to come - and second, when it did come, they were cheap plastic and didn't work - a total waste of my money. I was ashamed to tell anyone about the experience because I was sure they would laugh at me, so this post helped me see that it also happened, or was experienced, by others.

  3. Thank you for the heads up.


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