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I've got a few more pairs of frames which were purchased recently to try out but which aren't working for me hence are up for sale. Like the previous pairs I've sold here, they're new apart from being tried on and are fitted with plain demo lenses. Simply take them to your optician or send them to an online glazing company to have prescription lenses made and fitted. Alternatively they can also be made in to (prescription or otherwise) sunglasses. Items ship from...
Recently sold some Tom Ford eyeglass frames to viccollz. Great communication & quick payment - a slick, efficient sale - highly recommended!
Final price reduction on the Paul Smith 'Morse' frames.
Quote: Originally Posted by barstef Hi Did you manage to sell your glasses? Thanks Hi, Yep, re-posted them in the below thread, where they sold: http://www.styleforum.net/showthread.php?t=209882
Final price reductions - see above. Edit - Both pairs now being sold elsewhere.
Price reductions on the Paul Smiths.
Price drop on remaining pairs - see above.
Price drop on remaining pairs - see above.
Well, not sure about the perfect frame but in the case of the pairs I'm currently selling, the issues would be: PS Morse - impressed by OP/PS quality, even post Luxxotica, so took a chance on trying one of their rounder designs. While they don't look too bad on me, I'm not sure they'd get much use if I kept them. TF 5013 - very similar to a pair of SALT Alec frames I own/wear already. TF 5084 - too narrow for me. ByWP/IC Berlin - for metal frames, I'm a fan of...
Quote: Originally Posted by thomas790 Is there a temple length/size listed. I've never owned wraparounds but the temples on my regular glasses have always had a size, e.g. 145. Thanks, great frames and price. The ByWP are specified at 145mm. IC! Berlin don't usually quote figures for their metal frames. I think that may be down to the extreme flexibility of the temples, which makes this measurement less critical than with most frames. The...
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