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For Eyes Optical

For Eyes Optical

(856) 824-1081

Category: Eye Doctor

1330 A Fairview Blvd.
Delran,NJ 08075

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1330 A Fairview Blvd. Delran,NJ 08075

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri Sat Sun
From 9:30 am 9:30 am 9:30 am 9:30 am 9:30 am
To 8:30 pm 8:30 pm 8:30 pm 8:30 pm 8:30 pm
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www.foreyes.com
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  • About For Eyes Optical

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Buy a complete pair for $99+ and get a spare pair of equal or lesser value for 50% off!  Great for driving, reading, or for just in case.

Specialties

The Most Competitive Pricing
For Eyes' regular retail prices are 30% to 50% less than most retail optical companies for identical products and services. A major consumer publication's survey showed that the average For Eyes retail price was 42% less than the average retail price at other optical chains. There is no additional charge for lens tinting, oversized lenses or severity of prescription.

The For Eyes Difference
For Eyes Optical carries all major eyewear brands as well as the latest prescription lens technology. We own and operate a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, ensuring the most advanced level of quality control. Our dedicated store associates are committed to providing the highest level of customer service and focusing on fulfilling each customer's individual needs.

History

Established in 1972


In 1972, For Eyes opened its first optical store in Philadelphia--the brainchild of a few friends who had a simple idea: provide friendly service in an open environment with fair pricing and the highest quality frames and RX lenses.  35+ years and 140+ stores later, we're proud to say that our core commitments to value, quality and friendly customer service guides our business philosophy at every level.  

Our expert, friendly and dedicated store associates are committed to providing the highest level of customer service and focusing on each customer's individual needs -and our centralized state of the art manufacturing facility continues to provide the highest quality lenses at the most affordable prices.

We're still owned and operated by the same friends and family that established that first store in Philly--and we remain committed to our principles of value, customer service, and providing the best quality eyewear products at the most competitive prices.

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  • Usually, this may happen when you are tired and suffered from dry eyes. I was suffered from it too. Just getting some eye drops to lubricate your eyes, and take a break for your eyes. It will be OK. I know that may be weird to blink with squeak. But usually, it is not harmful. But if you also suffered from redness, itch and pain in your eyes, you'd better consult a doctor because it may caused by eye infection or some serious eye diseases. Best wishes to you.

  • You can take your sunglasses to your optometrist. He will affix cushioned nose pads to your sunglasses so that your nose does not directly contact with the nose pad of your sunglasses. Then it can prevent marks on your nose.

  • The retina is a thin sheet, made of light-sensitive nerve tissue and blood vessels that lines the back of the eye. The sensory layer of the retina receives images and sends them to the brain. This layer can be pulled away (detached) from its normal position. This will result in a loss of vision. They are often associated with headache, nausea, or dizziness.

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