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in Saddle Russet
in Saddle Sage
in Pearl Horn & Toffee
Warby Parker advisors at the new store are ready to help you find a new pair of frames, and opticians are available to make frame adjustments. Experience seamless checkout on their Point of Everything system—a custom-built point-of-sale system (P.O.E. for short because they're big fans of Edgar Allen Poe). And, in case you want to ponder a little longer, a digital overview can be provided of the frames you tried on and measurements taken using their custom-built app called Bookmark.
The fine details.
Frames start at 150 Canadian dollars, including prescription lenses. There's free shipping and free returns, always.
Instant gratification—Prescription glasses are shipped within days. Sunglasses and non-prescription lenses are available immediately.
Giving feels good—You can help someone in need through Warby Parker's "Buy a Pair, Give a Pair" program. You buy and Warby Parker donates.
Decisions made easy—Try on 5 favorites at home for free with Warby Parker's Home Try-On Program.
Exclusive frames to celebrate the Toronto store opening.
Along with the launch, Warby Parker has also introduced an exclusive set of optical and eyeglass frames for Canadian customers only (available in store or online). These include the 'Durand' in Moss, and 'Chamberlain' in Jet Black. They’re available for a limited time in those hues, both as sunglasses and optical. And, there's a special treat for those who visit the Toronto store—The Haskell eyeglass frame in Crystal or the Haskell sunglass frame with a cherry on top (outfitted with mirrored lenses that feature a touch of red).