By Louis DeNicola, Cheapism.com
Does some of the smaller text on this page look less than crisp? Maybe it's time to stop blaming the display on your computer and start looking for a new pair of glasses. The high prices at local optometrists' offices and national chains may discourage you from updating your lenses, but heading online instead of downtown can save you a bundle. The websites below are Cheapism.com's top picks for finding affordable eyeglasses.
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- Zenni Optical (starting at $6.95 for frames and single-vision lenses) lets you test drive glasses by uploading a picture of yourself to see what you'll look like with different frames. Test drive new glasses to see which frame best suits your face.The glasses may be cheap, but they still come with anti-scratch, UV, and anti-reflective coatings, although some reviewers have questioned the latter's effectiveness. The company also throws in a free protective case and microfiber cleaning cloth. The glasses ship from Hong Kong and most orders are