if i have a frame and just need the glasses.how much would it be?
That depends on your prescription, type of lenses, whether you have any specialty coatings (scratch resistant, polarization, etc.), and so on. I personally need almost a 7-diopter correction and my lenses generally run about $180 or so. I hear some people can end up spending about $50 on them, but they have to have a lot better eyesight than I do .
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