Two floors of a shopping complex of eyeglasses and sunglasses. You can go with or without prescription. Opticians make your eyes on the ground and within one day (or one week, if the recipe is complex), you will have a new pair of glasses. Why go? Because you pay a fraction of the price your home.
Taxi or Metro Line 1 – Shanghai Railway Station stop (上海 火车站). The glasses market mall is across from the intersection of the southern exit of the station.
I was really impressed. It's only taken me six years to the famous (among expats) market. There are so many stalls with many lenses to choose from – it could be a dream come true or your worst nightmare if you have problems with his choice. I took my dad already wearing an ill-fitting pair of plastic frames for $ 300 U.S. a few years. For less than half that he bought two new pair of frames with bifocal lenses that actually fit. The market is great for prescription sunglasses. You can bargain a bit, especially if you buy more than one seat.
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Submited at Wednesday, October 19th, 2011 at 8:00 pm on Asia by blum
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