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post #526 of 680
Does anybody recognize the make of these glasses?

FYI, from the wall street 2 trailer.

post #527 of 680
anyone have the moscot nebb?
post #528 of 680
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Originally Posted by poly800rock View Post
anyone have the moscot nebb?


I tried these. Looked great in pix, but in real life were too big and too heavy!

Went with the Moscott Hyman. Same look, but a bit less drastic.

Also picked up the Moscot Lemtosh at the same time.

I loves em both. A bit nerdy, but who isn't?
post #529 of 680
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Originally Posted by blackplatano View Post
Since some of you spend the whole day reading SF, im guessing a lot of you (like me) wear glasses.

What frames do you wear? What are some good ones.

I wear Dior glasses only the best lol
post #530 of 680
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Originally Posted by sazon View Post
Also picked up the Moscot Lemtosh at the same time.
Do you have dark lenses in these? Can't find pics of anyone besides Depp wearing them as sunglasses rather than eyeglasses.
post #531 of 680
Still looking for OP NDG -1 if anyone knows any reputable online retailers with some in stock.
post #532 of 680
Is there any way to move the nose pads farther apart? Bought it online and bridge seems tight.
post #533 of 680
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Originally Posted by taxgenius69 View Post
Is there any way to move the nose pads farther apart? Bought it online and bridge seems tight.

Is it a plastic frame? Do you have nose pads on it?
post #534 of 680
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Originally Posted by CityConnection View Post
Is it a plastic frame? Do you have nose pads on it?

I have one in metal and one in plastic. Both have nose pads on it but appears way too narrow even after pushing them back.
post #535 of 680
I don't understand why people spend so much on frames or go to eyeglass places. You can find authentic designer frames for 20%-30% less on online sites. Utilize the internet. If you are wary of the fit, find out the model #, go to the store and try it on. Then come home and order them in the approriate sz.
post #536 of 680
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Originally Posted by taxgenius69 View Post
I have one in metal and one in plastic. Both have nose pads on it but appears way too narrow even after pushing them back.

You have 2 pairs?

Plastic, cannot be adjusted.
Metal pad arms can be adjusted. I would suggest you take it into a store though and have a fitter fit it to you. You could try doing it yourself but I wouldnt suggest it.
post #537 of 680
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Originally Posted by whitekimchee View Post
I don't understand why people spend so much on frames or go to eyeglass places. You can find authentic designer frames for 20%-30% less on online sites. Utilize the internet.

If you are wary of the fit, find out the model #, go to the store and try it on. Then come home and order them in the approriate sz.

1. Store owners know when you ask to see a certain model in a certain size. Chances are they are not going to be very helpful. And plus, you are just wasting their time.

2. When you purchase in a store, they will adjust the frame for you. When you buy on the internet you have to take it back to the store to get it fitted.

3. If the internet company makes the wrong RX, you will have to take more time to ship it back to them and such

4. There are MORE fakes on the internet than in stores. Stores have more to lose by selling fakes.

5. When you buy frames and lenses in a store they will cut you a deal. When you buy online, you have to take it into a shop to get the lenses filled.

There are lots of reasons why one would buy online as well.....
post #538 of 680
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Originally Posted by newabi View Post
Not entirely true.

It depends on where you buy from. Buy from an established online store (the bigger ones have blog/forums/customer testomonials where users can interact) and it is very unlikely things go wrong. The more established online stores - tend to stock a whole lot more - also have features (such as upload your image and try on glasses online) which make the whole ordering process a lot more simpler and easier.

I think it is *some* of the smaller ones where care needs to be taken. The stores that have been around for a long time, they are still in business for good reasons.

I AM GOING TO REPLY ASSUMING YOU ARE NOT AN ONLINE RETAILER PROMOTING YOUR LINK IN YOUR SIG CONSIDERING YOU ARE NOT A SF AFFILIATE.

I agree and disagree.

Generally speaking online stores will only have an email contact for service. They will rarely publish a B&M location or a phone number. Don't get me wrong, there are tons of online stores who do an amazing job and provide better service than B&M stores BUT I am simply saying that it is more common for an "online store" to sell fakes and disappear and open under a different name. The general public doesn't know who the owners are and nobody is ever held responsible.

In terms of fakes being sold online, similar to what I wrote above, nobody is held accountable for the sale of fakes. I am not implying that every online store sells fakes, to the contrary they are businesses after-all.

I am not trying to slander online stores...

I said it before and I'll say it again, I try to provide SF forum members with accurate information about the optical field. I am not trying to make sales or push any business or line. I lay out facts and it is up to SF'ers to determine whether what I write is true or false.

post #539 of 680
I just got a pair of these:

post #540 of 680
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Originally Posted by PinkPantser View Post
I finally found a pair that I really love. These are from LA Eyeworks - absolutely fantastic store, great staff too (thanks to yfyf for the rec). A place called City of Angels Eyewear had some fantastic stuff too.




Those close ups are pretty sweet. I want some burgundy frames next. Where to find?
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