11/23/13

REVIEW: Eyefly Mensah Jomo Street Eyeglasses



Eyefly is one of the many online eyeglass & sunglass prescription retailers out there at first glance but when you dig a little deeper you can see right away what differentiates them from their competitors. Not only do they offer great prices especially considering the quality of the glasses but they also have a program called Eyegive which gives a pair of glasses to someone in need in a developing community around the world. Very similar to what Toms does in footwear Eyefly continues this great giving back tradition very well in the eye and sunglass world.



We were lucky enough to get a chance to order a pair of eyeglasses directly from Eyefly and we wanted to give you a first hand look at how the entire process is and the quality of the product they provide. The selection Eyefly offers is right up there with the best of them. No you not going to find any huge name brand frames on here but honestly when you have worn glasses long enough you soon realize that brand name on the side of your glasses doesn't mean a thing when it comes to quality and satisfaction.

What does matter is the fit, finish, correct prescription and fast service. I can tell you personally that each and every one of these areas Eyefly passes with flying colors. The ordering process went very smooth and fast as you could hope for. After picking your preferred frame then enter your prescription and lens options and your done. After placing the order we got our glasses within a week which is a rarity.

The glasses came in a hard case which is a big plus. Right away you can tell how good the quality of the frames are as there aren't any creaking sounds or rough edges to the frames at all. Ive ordered glasses from the other guys such as Coastal.com and yes they may have extremely good prices on most frames but the quality of the product you receive in return leaves a lot to be desired. The Mensah Jomo Street glasses we ordered are a wayfarer style with a little twist to them. The front of the glasses are a traditional glossy black while the arms of the glasses have a nice tortoise print to them giving them a little more pop than your normal standard wayfarer styled glasses.




The fit is extremely comfortable as well with no discomfort on the nose or around the ears which can be an all to common problem especially since you don't get to try these on before you purchase them. The accuracy of the prescription was right on the money as well. The lenses are manufactured and handled in the Eyefly lab, all optical polycarbonate lenses have anti-scratch coating and are treated front and back with Surpass® ECP Super Hydro AR which basically means the anti-reflective coating not only blocks reflected light but also repels water, oils and grime, so your lenses are easier to clean.



I have to say not only is the price right for just about anyone especially when you compare them to other in store alternatives that cost 3 times as much but the fact that you are also giving back in a way every time you purchase a pair with the Eyegive program. I cant recommend Eyefly enough for both eyeglasses and sunglasses as well. They offer a very good range of frame styles from geek plastic to more modern metal options as well. Head on over to Eyefly's website here and check out everything they have to offer and keep an eye out for occasional coupons as well as they are known to pop up every now and then.
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