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Eyedoo Pops Up at Marylebone

SEEN popped in at Eyedoo’s pop up to check out their range of spectacles and sunglasses and I must say I was impressed. SEEN loves to bring its readers news of stylish things in the capital and is pleased to say that Eyedoo joins that happy band. SEEN spotted several vintage-looking styles that she’d wear in a heartbeat. The colours are great too; from bright colour pops to vintage-style tortoiseshell. Prices start from £49 for the spectacles and £79 for a range of very cool sunglasses with polarised lenses.

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Eyedoo told SEEN that feedback from customers has been very positive on Twitter, with the prices meaning that customers come away with multiple pairs. The lenses range from +3 to – 8 and customers rarely have to wait more than three days for the delivery of their purchase. Sadly, SEEN’s complex prescription being rather complicated meant that she couldn’t take advantage of Eyedoo’s service but she was rather taken with circular pairs and anything with cats’ eyes gets her vote. They’re present in Marylebone Station until Thursday. SEEN recommends.

www.eyedoo.co.uk

Marylebone (mainline) Station
London
NW1 6JJ

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