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Half Moon, (Bling) Woman Reading Glasses Adorned w (Clear) Genuine European Crystals , Reader +1.25 to +4 Magnifying, Frame, NY Fifth Avenue

Original price $39.99 - Original price $39.99
Original price
$39.99
$39.99 - $39.99
Current price $39.99

Hand Crystalized in the USA with Genuine European Crystals.
Fancy Bling reading glasses for Women.
Color: Black frame with Clear Crystals
Lower Nose, Half Moon Style Frame.
Power : +1.25, +1.50, 1.75, +2.00, +2.25, +2.50, +2.75, +3.00 +3.25 +3.50 +4.00
Comes with a matching case.
Optical Quality Lens and Frame.
Scratch resistance lenses.
Polycarbonate Lenses.
Spring temple.
LEAD-Free.
Flexible Material.
Brand: NY Fifth Avenue.

Dimension:
42 □ 23 143 ( Lense □ Bridge Temple)
Width 6.5 centimeters
Height 30 millimeters.
Length 14.3 centimeters.

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Customer Reviews

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Susan Bahringer
Poor quality!!!! Very cute but crystals li...

Poor quality!!!! Very cute but crystals literally started falling off the first day. I was really looking forward to the glasses, excited to receive and then so disappointed. I'm just leaving a review, because it hit me that it might save someone else. I'm sure the glasses are somewhere but haven't worn since that first week. I must wear reading glasses daily. I liked the look. At least this pair was very fragile. Bummed I've heard nothing from seller and although I saw my review I later could not find it. I will continue to post until I see it regularly or the buyer makes this right. I saw another person had the same problem