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    The invisible Man

    Just wanted to shout out to Barry Santini for his article. Very well written and I enjoyed it. Now you've got me thinking of going on Ebay to get some glasses, lol.

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    +1. Thank You Barry as always

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    Quote Originally Posted by vv0vv View Post
    +1. Thank You Barry as always
    What article?

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    20/20 Magazine : "Making Glasses for the Invisible Man" you can also find it at: https://www.2020mag.com/article/maki...-invisible-man

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    Quote Originally Posted by bta89 View Post
    Just wanted to shout out to Barry Santini for his article. Very well written and I enjoyed it. Now you've got me thinking of going on Ebay to get some glasses, lol.
    Thank you.

    Here’s a pic of the Ebay ad that caught my eye:
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    Redhot Jumper 20/20 Magazine : "Making Glasses for the Invisible Man"

    Quote Originally Posted by vv0vv View Post

    20/20 Magazine : "Making Glasses for the Invisible Man"

    you can also find it at: https://www.2020mag.com/article/maki...-invisible-man


    worth reading .............................


    Quote Originally Posted by 2020magazine,Barry Santini

    But nobody’s perfect. No store, no product, no salesperson, no customer and certainly no doctor can expect their best efforts will always result in perfect customer satisfaction. Perhaps it’s time then for optical businesses to embrace the gray area in returns and repurpose it to increase customer satisfaction, loyalty and repeat business. This could manifest itself in allowing longer time frames for Rx rechecks or larger windows of opportunity for frame re-stylings. Use your imagination. Be inventive. Stretch the envelope. Mostly, try not to make your quest for perfect eyewear the enemy of making it good enough. And remember, all value approximations are, at their core, individual perspectives on what’s good enough in the eye of the beholder.

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