Wednesday, December 10, 2008

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It's amazing how technology has changed many of our ways of doing things. The way we buy items today is quite different from how it was done ten or fifteen years ago. I came upon an online store for eyeglasses yesterday and the first thing that came into my mind was the concern about the necessary fitting of the eyeglasses before one buys it. It is important that the customer is sure that it would fit him well before buying it. But how would one try on eyeglasses that is not physically in his hands? This website I came upon,, has an answer : their virtual try-on system. Yes, with you may try on eyeglasses online. Their way of making it possible to virtually try on eyeglasses is simple ingenious. All you need to do is upload your photo to's online fitting room. Once uploaded to the fitting room, you can then proceed to the "fitting" of the eyeglasses of your choice, all it requires is a little dragging and clicking and with the help of the system you will see how individual eyeglasses would look on you. This is great, it is like actually facing a mirror while trying on the eyeglasses.

But it is not only the virtual try-on system of that impressed me. The quality of their products and the low low prices made me say Wow! They have many kinds of eyeglasses; from complete prescription eyeglasses and bifocal reading glasses , to tinted sunglasses and photochromic sunglasses. On top of the low-priced but good quality trendy, fashion, stylish frames , also ships worldwide for free if you buy more than one pair of eyeglasses from them. For as low as $15 you can have good quality eyeglasses. Why not check them out now.

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Gem said...

Hehehe! First, there were those hairdos!

Pano yung picture dito. Click and drag. Galing naman.

Indeed this is better than the other famous post review I've seen around.

December 10, 2008 at 4:53 AM
Pastilan said...

their system will automatically adjust your image so that it would have the correct size that would be in proportion with the eyeglasses.

December 10, 2008 at 1:30 PM