pussyfooterHis point is either your glasses are garbage or you're making zero money. If you have a high end product you and charge a high end price. People spend anywhere from 100-400 on sunglasses and if they don't do that they spend $5-20 at a gas station.
I can assure you it's a very solid, well-made product. We're not trying to get rich, just put out a cool brand that customers love. I don't necessarily believe in artificially inflating the price of something just to give it a "high end" look. I can understand how it may lead people to believe that our products are gas-station quality, when in reality they are great sunglasses though.
WizerdI agree with Heath, but
1) I really like the website design
2)If they're good quality, that's an awesome price
3)You could start making prescription eyeglasses frames?, I haven't seen those made of wood
Thanks! That's ultimately what I came here for, wasn't sure how the website really worked out to others!
Yeah I'm extremely happy with our final product. Solid feel, the hinges turned out amazing, guaranteed to fit anyone with comfort. Like I just said above, if we've found ways to do it and deliver a better price to the consumer, why not?
We hope to do this in the future, right now it's difficult. But we're planning on meeting with some optometrists to see how/whats the easiest way to go about this. Had a few inquiries of the same nature actually.
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