Don't (in capital letters)!
After spending 1-1/2 hours here choosing 5 frames, and being "helped" by an Eyemart employee with 2 years experience, I collected my glasses the following week. I wasn't sure my vision was "normally abnormal" that day as I was having a "bad allergy time" which causied my ears to tear but took the glasses with me anyway. On the way home, wearing new distance glasses, as the third car in line at a traffic light, I couldn't read the street sign. I could, only, see out of the reading glasses if the page was 30" from my eyes and the computer glasses warped the monitor and keyboard so badly, I became dizzy. All my glasses were single lense - no bi-focals.
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As a "picky-perfectionist-person" , I had requested my reading glasses have a depth of 13" or 14" to 19". The computer glasses were to cover a depth of 18" to 26" and I was to be able to see street signs wearing the distance glasses.
Went back, again, with my measuring tape, and spoke with another person who must be the person hired with the purpose of "confusing the issue at hand" - I returned to my eye surgeon's office for another exam and then, back to Eyemart with minor chaanges.
After checking the lenses, person #3 said I had 3 pr. computer glasses(!!!) and 2 distance glasses. To this point, including travel, I have 7 hrs. invested with 5-1/2 of them unnecessary due to the stupidity of their employee. Next step, they are re-doing the lenses so I can spend about 1-1/2 hrs. with another appointment and more travel. I estimate my time and travel expenses as more than $150 with the stress-factor twice that amount.
I wonder how many people have incurred vision damage from wearing eyeglasses supplied by this less than competent company whose employees' in-company experience means, absolutely, nothing(?)