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Firmoo Glasses: Review and Giveaway!!

A few weeks ago I was contacted by Firmoo about whether I’d like a free pair of glasses to review on my blog.  I’d seen some other blog reviews of Firmoo and they were all positive so I thought I’d give it a shot.

If you’re not familiar with it, Firmoo is an online optical store which sells prescription and nonprescription glasses.  Their website is very easy to navigate and the price of the frames is great.  They have a ton of different styles for men and women.

I only wear glasses at the computer as I have 20/20 vision but “weak eye muscles.”  The glare from the screen fatigues my eyes and gives me headaches. I considered ordering a pair of computer glasses however I already have two pairs and only one computer so I decided to choose non-prescription sunglasses instead.  One of the great things about the website is that it’s super easy to upload your own picture to try glasses on virtually.  I placed my order and my glasses arrived in about two weeks.

Instead of typing out a whole review I opted for a video review (and bonus!  Miss Eliza is my costar and gives her opinion of my new glasses as well).

My new sunglasses, by

It gets better- Firmoo has agreed to let me giveaway a pair of glasses to a lucky reader (USA residents only- sorry to my international friends!).

Check out my video and then enter to win!  Contest closes on Sunday, February 28 at midnight and I’ll announce the (randomly chosen) winner on Monday!

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  1. Ooh... I think I'd go for sunglasses, too. Yours look great!

  2. Hmm...regular glasses for me! The baby broke mine!

  3. I'd get a new pair of sunglasses..since I already have 2 pairs of glasses!!

  4. i would get these!

  5. I like wafers style prescription eye glasses


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