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  • A
    The wait was a bit long, but once the doctor entered the exam room, I had his full attention. He explained the tests, reviewed my medications, conducted a thorough exam. I'll need new bifocal lenses, and his staff provided pricing options.
    - Candace S.
  • A
    What I liked about him was partly the convenience. I like getting my glasses at Costco because they are such a good value. I don't have a very complicated prescription, just moderate astigmatism and age-related changes in my close vision. Costco doesn't try to up sell me and they offer the most important features, like the coating that helps with glare, at a reasonable price. I find their frame selection to be fine and the cost is so reasonable. I have been able to get two pairs of glasses for about 70% of what I paid for one at Williston Family Eyecare. I have been using Costco for years now and have purchased four pairs of glasses from them. Two progressives, one just the distance prescription, one for working at my computer. All of the frames have held up well and the two progressives, which are the ones I wear most of the time, I frequently get compliments on.
    In terms of Chad Fellows, he was thorough and knowledgeable; he had a nice manner and was clear and concise in his explanations. His practice seems well-equipped, although as I said, my eye care needs are pretty straight forward.
    - Dot B.
  • A
    He discovered some eye problems out of his field of expertise and referred me to another opthamologist who I am currently seeing and when treatment is completed will follow up with Dr. McGlynn. I am very pleased with the care I am receiving.
    - Mary Ann G.
  • F
    This is the first time I have had a glaucoma test where they were able to get readings in both eyes--I freaked out and blinked, but they were clever getting past my defenses. The eye exam was straightforward and thorough. They gave me some free samples for eye drops, which I used--they helped, but I was unwilling to purchase more. The frames were expensive, and they suggested re-using my old frames (surprise!). They are quite efficient--no chatting here--but friendly.
    - James P.
  • A
    I did not see the optometrist, but rather I took in a perscription for spectacles to be filled here.  They are friendly and efficient, and I had my new glasses in a couple of days.  The only drawback is that their styles of frames are limited, but that wasn't an issue for me.  I wasn't looking for trendy styles, just nice looking glasses that do their job.
    - Amanda A.
  • A
    When I first moved to Burlington I went to Dr. Rist on Cherry Street. Having moved out of town I've been to many other, nearer optometrists with varying degrees of success. (Success measured in terms of the accuracy of their prescriptions.) Lately, not so much success. So last year I went back to Cherry Street, to see Dr. Suitor, Dr. Rist's prot?g?. The office is exactly the same as it was 40 years ago. I think some of the same frames are on display. The tools, aside from the glaucoma machine, were venerable back then and are in daily use today. Dr. Rist is still there, keeping things orderly. The point is, Dr. Suitor took the time to precisely determine what my glasses should be. Everyone else lately has started with my glasses and my age, then spent 5 minutes checking my eyes. Dr. Suitor ignored my glasses and spent 20 minutes testing my vision. His prescription is dramatically different from all those of the past 6 years, and the first correct one. He is also the only optometrist ever to notice something beyond his purview and send me to an ophthalmologist. (I did see an ophthalmologist once for a routine exam and she saw it as well, but she also had the expertise not to have to refer me.) No other optometrist has mentioned it. There seem to be fewer and fewer optometrists around trying to do excellent work rather than as many patients in a day as possible, but Dr. Rist is definitely one. I won't waste time with anyone else again.
    - Karl R.
  • A
    So many stories: I once brought in a pair of Harry Potter glasses I'd bought at a yard sale. They almost worked for me. Mr. Thomas measured them, told me they were actually my prescription except for astigmatism axis, then he tilted his head a little and said "though they are round?". In seconds he had rotated them to suit me. The guy is a prince. With one exception I've bought glasses nowhere else since they opened and never have I failed to find something exquisite. And strong. Notice I put new lenses in old frames? These frames are 3 years old now. For frames to last even a year in my custody is remarkable. (My face leads a hard life.) They ain't cheap but they are well worth it and the expertise and care that comes with is priceless. The exception? I once bought glasses through some promotion at Sears. The lenses were wrong and had to be replaced. The lenses were scratched and had to be replaced. The frames broke after 3 weeks and had to be replaced, which meant new lenses a third time because those frames were no longer offered. Sears was always accommodating but it took 4 trips to get working glasses, which ended up costing more than the promotional price, almost as much as much better glasses at Eyes of the World.
    - Karl R.
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