You can hope, but most likely it will be case by case and store by store, and solely up to the generosity of the person helping you. Did they actually cut the lenses wrong from what they prescribed? Or did you just realize that whatever results they came to based on those stupid wall charts and lens-contraptions they test with wasn't right?Akimbo wrote:Hey guys, yesterday I just bought a new pair of glasses. I have myopia and astigmatism. After the first test a week ago in the store, turns out that my left eye has increased in astigmatism, while my right eye seems to be the same.
After I got it yesterday, I just realized it today, that it seems that the prescription for my right eye is not correct, as I am not getting the same clarity as my left eye. Most likely it has increased as well.
Has anyone tried to go back to the same store where they bought their glasses, and ask for a replacement for the lenses that was prescribed wrongly? Would this be free, I hope?
I guess what zzm said is right, just hope that they do replace...x9200 wrote:It is not really clear from your post who was at fault. This probably means you are at their mercy.
I did raise some concern, but then the salesperson explained that it's because of three lenses on top of each other, that's why it feels that the sight is weird (making me dizzy) and I even felt that my old glasses was much clearer, but after I got this yesterday, it is slightly better than my old pair. The nauseating feeling that you get when you wear a new pair of glasses will dissipate over time, which I am already feeling this afternoon.the lynx wrote:If you use Cryzal lens, then it may not be cheap to replace.
So you already figured out that the testing wasn't done properly but why didn't you raise that concern on that day itself?
Another way to find out is to bring your lens, your prescription and have them compared. Even better, do another round of eye test just to be sure.
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