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post #89326 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

Back to the grindstone, woop.

Anyway, who else would you guys like to see interviewed? Any store visits? I have some good stuff in the works, but always open to suggestions!


how about the ex EG designer who now has his own label, abdul abasi? looks really good
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post #89327 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post



Anyway, who else would you guys like to see interviewed? Any store visits? I have some good stuff in the works, but always open to suggestions!

 

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post #89328 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Teger View Post

Back to the grindstone, woop.

Anyway, who else would you guys like to see interviewed? Any store visits? I have some good stuff in the works, but always open to suggestions!

Seems like Zam B. would not be too exceedingly hard...
post #89329 of 98373
Man, I really like brands like MMM, CP, and w+h. On days like today, however, I like labels like Filson, Pendleton, and LL Bean a whole lot more.
post #89330 of 98373
I missed the USPS guy now I have to wait till saturday for my delivery ffffuuuu.gif
post #89331 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Biggskip View Post

Man, I really like brands like MMM, CP, and w+h. On days like today, however, I like labels like Filson, Pendleton, and LL Bean a whole lot more.

 

is it a snow day?

 

I think I understand though. sometimes I don't wanna be fashion-y. and just wear levis, vans, tee, nondescript jacket.

post #89332 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Benesyed View Post

I missed the USPS guy now I have to wait till saturday for my delivery ffffuuuu.gif

 

Think that's bad?

 

After 4 chat sessions and 2 phone calls, UPS cannot do something as simple as adding an apartment number to my package, for delivery to a building which does not even use apartment numbers. 

 

My communications go:
"Hey you didn't add the apartment number yet!"
"I'll be happy to help you! The apartment number is now added!"
"You sure? It didn't add the last 5 times."
"I apologize about your inconvenience. It's updated now!"

 

Of course the ups tracking status doesn't change.

Of course the package will be sent back to the sender soon.

All because of 2 goddamn irrelevant characters not on a piece of paper.

post #89333 of 98373
Broke my glasses this morning. Any one have experince with Warby et al for beater frames? just need something for a few months before new insurance kicks in
post #89334 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Distorbiant View Post

Think that's bad?

After 4 chat sessions and 2 phone calls, UPS cannot do something as simple as adding an apartment number to my package, for delivery to a building which does not even use apartment numbers. 

My communications go:

"Hey you didn't add the apartment number yet!"

"I'll be happy to help you! The apartment number is now added!"

"You sure? It didn't add the last 5 times."

"I apologize about your inconvenience. It's updated now!"

Of course the ups tracking status doesn't change.
Of course the package will be sent back to the sender soon.
All because of 2 goddamn irrelevant characters not on a piece of paper.

Lets hunt these f*ckers down!! devil.gif
post #89335 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

Broke my glasses this morning. Any one have experince with Warby et al for beater frames? just need something for a few months before new insurance kicks in

They don't feel great and they all fit very narrow. I don't recommend, but I'm new to glasses and don't know what you can find in that price range.

On the plus side, CS is great and the home try-on is super easy, so it doesn't hurt to see if the frames work for ya.
post #89336 of 98373

You can pick it up at the nearest UPS facility too.

post #89337 of 98373
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Originally Posted by Parker View Post

is it a snow day?

I think I understand though. sometimes I don't wanna be fashion-y. and just wear levis, vans, tee, nondescript jacket.

Got back from vacay on Saturday and it was 50 degrees and the sun was out. Everyday since has been snow, wind, and cold.
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Originally Posted by Urthwhyte View Post

Broke my glasses this morning. Any one have experince with Warby et al for beater frames? just need something for a few months before new insurance kicks in

Just got Warby's about two months ago and couldn't be happier. Last set of plastic frames I had would constantly slide off my face, even after a couple of adjustments. The Warby's, however, have fit pretty snug, but without being too tight since day one. Price and customer service are top notch as well.
post #89338 of 98373
Call me a pessimist, but something tells me it ain't gonna happen.



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post #89339 of 98373
inorite. tots suks.
post #89340 of 98373
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Originally Posted by skitlets View Post

They don't feel great and they all fit very narrow. I don't recommend, but I'm new to glasses and don't know what you can find in that price range.

On the plus side, CS is great and the home try-on is super easy, so it doesn't hurt to see if the frames work for ya.

Yeah if you can go to showroom it's better. Quality is ok, not bad at price point. Service is good but I had issues with order process every single part to point where everything I did had to be redone since they messed everything up (I've posted before but literally from initial order which took 3 tries, then wrong prescription, then new glasses ok for a few months, big scratch randomly so send back for replacement lenses, after 3 requests for CS girl to put correct shipping address which was partially copied / pasted wrong, glasses sent to wrong address, they say go pick up if you can I say hell no not driving across LA so they ask for old building manager, get glasses after a few days delayed, which I get different frame back and one arm super bent. Call again they tell me to go fix and they pay but at this point I'm not spending any more time fixing their problems so they send new one. New pair had loose lens but at least usable.)

Wasted maybe 5 hours getting everything right so at time invested price becomes way too high. All mistakes could have easily been prevented with just a little care from warby Parker. Service fixing was fine.

Tl;dr yes fine for short term
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