Warby Parker Home Try-On Review

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Warby Parker is an eyewear company with a unique home try-on program. Select the frames you want to try on, order a home try-on box, and have 5 days to decide which frames (if any) you’d like to purchase. Single-vision frames + lenses are usually $95, progressive lenses are $295.

I have tried and ordered glasses online before with varying amounts of luck. My husband needed new frames so we thought we’d give Warby Parker a whirl. Since I’m the one who picked out the frames for him, it doesn’t seem fair to make him review them.

I picked out 2 frames and then noticed I had recommended frames – so I added the other 3 to the Home Try-On and ordered it. It came in just a few days.

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The glasses come in a box in individual plastic bags, and the names of the frames are right on them.  If you decide to order the glasses, they are all polycarbonate lenses, have 100% UV protection and anti-scratch and anti-reflective coating are both included free. To order your glasses online (from anywhere) you will need to have your PD (pupillary distance) measured.

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My best tip for trying on glasses is to take photos of yourself, or have someone take photos of you. When I do it, I put all the pictures on a photostream and invite my friends to give comments. My husband isn’t sure yet that any of these frames are for him, so we may do another try-on box – Warby Parker just released a new collection: Half-Decade collection.

I have purchased frames+lenses from Warby Parker before (2 years ago), but they didn’t work out (something with where they centered the vision of the lens isn’t right for the way I wear my glasses). They happily refunded my money. I have purchased successfully & unsuccessfully from EyeBuyDirect. I’ve purchased lenses from Zenni (the frames are really cheap) but they were so heavy that I never wore them – not once. My most recent pairs are from LensCrafters (needed new pair asap) and Costco (LOVE to buy there). I also just found out about Classic Specs (super similar, about $6 less) so we may check that out as well!

If you’d like to order a free Home Try-On, visit Warby Parker.

The Subscription: Warby Parker
The Description: Pick 5 eyeglass frames and try them on at home – free! Available in both optical (for prescriptions) and sunwear (prescription and regular). My fave tip – open a photostream and invite your pals to give their feedback!
The Price: Home Try On is free. Frames $95+

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  • Alexa Blue

    What a fun idea! Do you happen to know if they offer traditional glasses in non prescription? ( My daughter likes to wear them as an accessory, and at times they will be part of cosplay outfits she does for conventions)

    • Brandy

      Yes they do, you can select non-prescription at checkout. What a good idea.