Best Eyeglasses near me in Jersey City, NJ

The best Eyeglasses near me in Jersey City, NJ – map location, contacts, real reviews, rating.

Rating updated: October 02, 2023

Provision Eyecare Center

10 reviews


195.5 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07302

+1 201-432-6750


30 Mall Dr W Ste 100, Jersey City, NJ 07310

+1 201-798-0303


30 Mall Dr W, Jersey City, NJ 07310

+1 201-420-7733


127 Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 073025862

+1 201-333-2768


368 Central Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07307

+1 201-659-2774


123 River Dr S, Jersey City, NJ 07310

+1 201-222-3937

LensCrafters at Macy's

10 reviews


20 Mall Dr E, Jersey City, NJ 07310

+1 201-216-0673


600 Pavonia Ave # 6, Jersey City, NJ 07306

+1 201-963-9187


66 York St, Jersey City, NJ 07302

+1 201-855-9789


910 Bergen Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306

+1 201-610-0822

Super Vision

10 reviews


461 Central Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07307

+1 201-420-0101

Optical Palace

10 reviews


910 Bergen Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306

+1 201-610-0980


2 Highland Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07306

+1 201-434-8833


195.5A Newark Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07302

+1 800-952-6248

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Eyeglasses are the simplest optical device designed to correct vision; there are also glasses to protect the eyes from various factors (safety glasses). Glasses consist of frames and lenses. Glasses frames are made of plastic, metal and combined. They can be symmetrical, asymmetrical, round, with or without rims and with both rigid and flexible earpieces.

Correcting glasses are a medical optical device for correcting various visual impairments. They are used for correction of refractive error, accommodation disorders and for correction of eye muscular system defects. In cases when ordinary eyeglasses don't give the desired effect special eyeglasses are used. They include telescopic, prismatic, hemianopic glasses as well as magnifying glasses with illuminators.

What are eyeglasses for?

There are several pathologies in which these ophthalmic products are most commonly used: myopia; hyperopia; astigmatism; and presbyopia.

What do glasses for work mean?

The glasses for working at a computer or other gadgets are designed for people with poor vision as well as those who see well. To protect our vision, experts have developed glasses for computer work. The main difference between computer glasses and other glasses is the function of blocking the blue spectrum rays.

The main difference between computer glasses and other glasses is the function of blocking the rays of the blue spectrum.

What's better for vision - glasses or lenses?

Contact lenses, unlike glasses, follow the curvature of your eye to provide a wider field of vision and prevent significant visual distortion or interference of any kind.

What are polarizing glasses?

Polarizing glasses are glasses with lenses that have a polarizing filter (polarized). The main difference between polarized glasses and sunglasses is the very film/film which blocks the reflected, aka horizontal, light (glare) but lets in the vertical rays which are responsible for color and contrast.

Top Reviews

Jenn Tran  |  Rating: 5  |  Tailor Eyecare

Upon entrance, the staff is very friendly and welcoming. I had an appointment at 3 pm and asked if there were any earlier availabilities, since I arrived earlier than expected. Luckily they had an opening and was able to bump up my appointment. As a first time customer, the process was very quick and my whole experience here was great. Dr. Tailor is very kind and personable! She has a lot of knowledge and was very efficient, but yet detailed with the eye exam. I will continue to come here for my annual exams!

Jay Sharma  |  Rating: 3  |  Exchange Place Eye Associates LLC

I took my daughter for her annual check-up after reading through their website claiming that they take special care of kids. Although the doctor was good, but staff is not at all trained to handle kids and that's why 2 stars less for that. I would not recommend it for kids... it may be good for adults.

Mike G  |  Rating: 3  |  Harborside Optical

The professionalism of the eye Doctor is great, I had a great experience with the doctor and making appointment. But after that the sale person in Harborside Optical told me that I have to purchase the contact lenses from them so that the copay of contact fitting can be covered by my insurance company, otherwise I have to pay out of pocket $99 by myself. First of all, this is not true. I called my insurance company to get clarification, my insurance benefit policy is that contact lenses need to be purchased and claim of this purchased needs to be submitted and received so that the copay of fitting will be covered and paid to the provider, but I can definitely purchase contacts from anywhere. Secondly, the price of standard contact lenses (same brand and same type) is almost double the price of those from other economical vendors. So be careful of the explanation made by the sale person, check with your insurance company first.