Yesterday was a pretty exciting day for me. We went to pick up my brand new glasses. After I put them on, everything was so clear and I felt better about spending the money to purchase them.
Really, the price I paid for them was less than I would pay somewhere else. It’s always nice to get a good deal. But I think my glasses are going to be an example of a purchase that perhaps you want to pay a little bit more for.
After taking a closer look at my glasses, I see that there are gaps between the lens and the frame on the right side. It sticks out to me like a sore thumb, especially after taking the time to bend and shape my old frugal glasses. It appears that the lens is the incorrect size for the frame.
I’m still deciding on whether I am going to say something about the quality when I go back on Monday for a lens check (I am also getting the prescription for contacts).
Do you think I should say something? Am I being over-critical? Anyone else have a similar experience and care to share some advice?
As always…thanks! 🙂