Wink Eyewear 785-842-9465

Visit website 806 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, KS 66044 Open today until 7 p.m.

Rating: 5 out of 5 2 ratings. 2 user reviews. 2 reviews


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  • Best of Lawrence 2013
  • Phone: 785-842-9465

This business appears in: Health Care, Eye Care, Retail


Rating: 5

Judy Roitman Wink Eyewear

I love Wink! I've been getting glasses there for a number of years. Their frames are fabulous --- almost any time you see anyone in Lawrence with cool glasses it turns out they got them at Wink. But also and most importantly their optics are even more fantastic. My husband used to tease me about getting these pricey glasses (and yes most of their glasses are very pricey, although not all). But when he got his own pair he couldn't believe the quality of the optics --- and as an amateur astronomer he knows a lot about optics. Go, Wink!

Rating: 5

Joe Hyde Wink Eyewear

Recently I bought two pair of eyeglasses (and frames) from Wink and I'm very happy with both. During my initial visit -- which was mainly to look over their selection of frames -- the staff at Wink spent considerable time letting me try on numerous styles until I finally settled on two. One frame was for single-vision prescription polarized sunglasses, the second frame was for clear lens progressive bifocals.

Perhaps because their lenses are single vision and thus somewhat easier to manufacture, my sunglasses were ready first. They give just fantastic clarity and the Adidas frames I chose have yielded a susprise benefit I never expected: the frames fit my face in such a way that no eyebrow oil and eyelash streaking occurs on the inside surface of the lenses. After suffering from these kinds of lens smudging for so many years with other frames, to wear these new sunglasses and not have to constantly clean off this stuff has been wonderful, wonderful.

As for the progressive bifocals, I couldn't be happier. The distance zone (at top of lenses) is uniformly focused across the entire lateral field, thus eliminating the need to turn my head like an owl toward the precise direction of distant objects in order to bring them into focus. Lower in the lenses the bifocal zones are in perfect tune with one another, and this is no easy trick for manufacturers and eyeglass assembly people when you're talking about progressive lenses.

I really think these are the best two pair of eyeglasses I've ever owned, and I've owned plenty. I highly recommend Wink as a source for excellent quality eyewear.