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  • D

    Eye Q said they are charging me $15 to honor the warranty because that was the cost to package the frames and send them back to Davis for repair.(it sounded unethical to me, but I could see some reasoning behind it.) But instead I contacted Davis Optical who agreed to send the lenses directly to Eye Q to make things easier for Eye Q.  When I came to pick up my glasses, they insisted on the $15 fee for shipping the frames. . I reminded them that it was I that arranged for the lenses to be sent.  Now the owner/manager/clerk/whatever said it cost  $15 to send back the scratched lenses. When I disputed that, he said there is a $15 dispensing fee.  They lied right to my face by telling me they sent my glasses out.  I suspect they are afraid of the direction the eye glass industry is heading, and the relatively small reimbursement they receive from the employer plans *such as Davis Optical) and now they nickel and dime the unsuspecting customer anywhere they think they can.  Its a shame they can't be like the many excellent Optical places in the immediate area.  There are several excellent opticians on Austin Street.  In my opinion; Eye Q optical is a very sleazy operation.

    I don't have my glasses from Eye Q, but it's not worth the fight with them. Luckily my benefit year has come around again, and I knew where NOT to go.  I purchased an excellent pair of glasses from a local participating provider and the transaction was flawless.  Competition is a wonderful thing. Human kindness and honesty is also a admirable quality.




    - STEVEN B.
  • A

    It was a great experience.  I had told Paul about my need for driving glasses and wanted to switch out lenses.   Paul  and his staff were  very professional.  This place has a very warm and comfortable atmosphere. I had mentioned to Paul that I am grateful that a place like his exist in my neighborhood, because my best interest was first.  I believe that this is a 2nd generation family run business, which makes me feel that there is pride taken in how they treat their customers.

    My glasses were ready in about 4 days and the price reasonable. 


    Carmela


    - carmela p.
  • A
    Very well - we were given a selection of glasses, which Dominic presented and all of which were well suited. The prices for each selection were readily offered which was refreshing because in many instances the customer is steered toward only the priciest items. The glasses were ready in 2 days, which was appreciated and also indicates a seamless relationship that Valoptical has with its lab.


    - Clifford G.
  • D

    Right from the beginning, the problems started. They called me the morning of the appointment to cancel it on me. That's fine, I know things happen, so I rescheduled. Once again, they called to cancel the appointment on me. As they have two optometrists there, I asked to see the other due to the problem with my prescription.
    The appointment itself was fine. I was seen promptly and the doctor was thorough. The problems came with ordering my eyeglasses and contacts.

    First, I was charged a lens fitting fee even though I did not change my brand of contacts. No one else I know has ever had to pay that. Next, when I went to get glasses, I felt rushed and pressured. I do not like being rushed when I'm deciding on what's best for things regarding my health/wellbeing. Even though I told the sales woman that I wanted to replace the lenses in the glasses I already had in addition to the new pair I was getting so I would have a spare, she kept trying to sell me $300+ antiglare lenses. Once she realized I wasn't interested, she became snippy and no longer interested in dealing with me. (In the end I canceled the new pair of glasses and paid to have the lenses replaced in my original pair due to this part of the transaction.) I couldn't help but feel like I was being ripped off because of how rushed it was.
    The price of the contacts was just simply an absolute rip off. I could have gotten a year and a half supply (or more) through a reputable online provider for what I paid for six months worth and the pair I received at the fitting.
    When I returned to pick up my glasses (which they never told me were ready, I had to call on my own), the service was no better. Even though the office was fully staffed, I still had to wait to simply pick up my glasses because two of the women at the desk were having a disagreement. Again, if they were short staffed or very busy, I would understand. But to leave a customer waiting because of a disagreement between co-workers is unacceptable.
    Bottom line - the optometrists here are very good, but if you have to do anything that involves the front desk, don't bother.
    - Margaret R.
  • A
    It went extremely well. Have used Eye-Q for 20+ years. Staff is always friendly, patient. Good selection of frames. Good availability of opticians and optometrists when needed. Good advice on eyeglasses and eye care.
    - Elliot H.
  • B
    The store was semi-crowded and two salespeople/counter ladies were engaged with one customer. They noticed me, but did not say anything or do anything. I waited at the counter to say I am here for my appointment and when another customer stepped in rudely in front of me as a walk-in, they took her in first. After 15 minutes, they then verified my appointment, but proceeded to do nothing. The eye doctor came out a few minutes after that and noticed I was still standing there. He spoke to me and gave me the appropriate paperwork to fill out. The appointment went well. Afterwards, I was shown back to the counter to pick out my glasses. The store accepted my insurance easily and they showed me the differences between the glasses that would cost $0 and those that would cost more money. They were also nice, but seemed very quiet. Neither did they do much to explain fit or comfort, or give any advice on picking them out. I was mostly on my own. It was an OK experience, but I thought there was lots of room for improvement in service. The eye doctor, however, was very nice and professional. I would return for him if I need another eye exam in the future. But I also would not hesitate to try out another more service-friendly store if it were recommended to me.
    - Jessica L.
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    - Clifford G.
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    - JOAN W.
  • A
    Their communication was very good. I would use him again in the future.
    - Jeffrey P.
  • B
    They provide quick service at reasonable rates. They are very professional and they know what they're doing. They're not exactly top notch, but they are fine.
    - Ros D.
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