It can be frustrating to break your glasses. This guide will help you decide if it is worth fixing them or replacing them. We’ve all heard it. when you stand or step on your glasses. After assessing the damage, you can decide whether to repair or purchase new glasses. We believe high-quality, stylish and functional eyewear should be accessible to everyone. Here are some things to keep in mind if you have broken glasses.
Repairing Your Glasses
Repairing your glasses may be an option if the damage is not severe. A hinge screw being pulled off of its hinge is an example of a simple repair you can probably make yourself.
Glassestools offers a handy general eyeglass repair kit that can be carried in your pocket or purse. The kit comes with a metal screwdriver, two common hinge screws for frames and a tube. We also offer keychain and cleaning tools.
Shopping for New Glasses
You should bring your glasses to America’s Best if the damage is more severe, such as a bent frame or lenses that have cracked or popped out.
Our eye specialists will help you determine if your glasses can be repaired or if they can recommend the right glasses for you.
We can help you choose a pair that will last longer and be more resistant to your daily activities. People who are more active and place more strain on their frames will appreciate the scratch-resistant coating, UV protection, and impact-resistant polycarbonate lens.
The bottom line
It’s annoying to break glasses but it doesn’t have the to be frustrating to repair or replace them. Glassestools is committed to keeping you seeing clearly at the most affordable price.
America’s Best offers a wide range of options. You can grab a cheap repair kit to fix a broken hinge, or you can use one of the replacement parts to purchase specialized glasses that will better fit your busy lifestyle. It is best to consult a certified eye specialist when deciding whether to replace or repair your frames.