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my specs are a little too narrow now and dont fit very well at the moment. infact i dont think they ever fitted very well in the first place. basically the width between my ears is wider than the glasses themselves. they are spring loaded so they stretch round...but they do dig into my skin.

i get them from specsavers.

does anyone if there is a cost to get them refitted and adjusted? i only got them last year at £100 (too old for free stuff now lol) and dont really fancy forking out more cash
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If you go back to specsavers they should sort em for free
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(Original post by technik)
my specs are a little too narrow now and dont fit very well at the moment. infact i dont think they ever fitted very well in the first place. basically the width between my ears is wider than the glasses themselves. they are spring loaded so they stretch round...but they do dig into my skin.

i get them from specsavers.

does anyone if there is a cost to get them refitted and adjusted? i only got them last year at £100 (too old for free stuff now lol) and dont really fancy forking out more cash
personally, id get some more, you are loaded after all
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personally, id get some more, you are loaded after all
like rich blokes eh?
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personally, id get some more, you are loaded after all
cheeky :p:

i could, if pushed, afford more...but i really dont want to do that. ive had this pair less than a year and at £100 that aint good value for el studento!
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like rich blokes eh?
unlike most students i have a bank account that isnt in its overdraft
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hey, they have those non-hinged ones out now... try some of them!
i kno someone who's got a wide head at college, he wears those! they look pretty sleek aswell. i tried 'em on last month when i got my new pair. you really can't feel them round your ears at all!

i went for Osiris though...
the ones with spikes on them!
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my specs are a little too narrow now and dont fit very well at the moment. infact i dont think they ever fitted very well in the first place. basically the width between my ears is wider than the glasses themselves. they are spring loaded so they stretch round...but they do dig into my skin.

i get them from specsavers.

does anyone if there is a cost to get them refitted and adjusted? i only got them last year at £100 (too old for free stuff now lol) and dont really fancy forking out more cash
Do you know any1 who's an optomitrist? Could give you a discount, hmmm.

I don't wear glasses, but I've a mate that does. I'll have2 ask him.
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