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JPB
02-05-2004, 11:51 PM
Got my pair of decot hy wyds delivered today. Unbelievable product. I can get down low again. I got glasses when I was about 21 and never played as well again. Then I mostly stopped playing for a long time. Been at it again for about a year and have been blind. Finding a place to put my head with regular glasses has been difficult. I won't got back to regular glasses for pool If I can't have these decots I will get wavefront lasik when it becomes standard. Anyway, they are ugly as sin and the lenses are thicker than my everyday glasses because of the materials they need to use on the bigger lenses. No light thin lenses. So I look bad, but man can I see the balls better. After I had been setting up low again and using the decots, I put on my regular glasses again and set up in the way I could w/ the decots. I couldn't see jack. Frames everywhere no field of vision, it was terrible. If you wear glasses consider decots.

dmgwalsh
02-06-2004, 05:30 AM
what did the whole thing cost? frames, lenses, etc.?

Doctor_D
02-06-2004, 08:10 AM
Good morning:

I have used Decot Glasses now for more then 2 years and they are awesome. I even puchased a 2nd pair of lenses with a light gold tinting to help with poor lighting conditions. I have recommended them to many players who have bought them and share my opinions.

Dr. D.

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randyg
02-06-2004, 08:46 AM
We have been a dealer for over ten years. CUE-TECH furnishes the entire process in one easy step. See products at www.poolschool.info......randyg (http://www.poolschool.info......randyg)

dmgwalsh
02-06-2004, 08:55 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote randyg:</font><hr> We have been a dealer for over ten years. CUE-TECH furnishes the entire process in one easy step. See products at www.poolschool.info (http://www.poolschool.info randyg) <hr /></blockquote> Help. I tried to find the one easy step at your site but couldn't access it. Your site refers to 3 easy steps but then no link to go anywhere.

ceebee
02-06-2004, 09:14 AM
there is one more step that you can do, to make the Decots a little bit better. Just past the hinge, toward the earpiece... you can bend the earpiece up close to a 20 degree angle &amp; get almost a 90 normal picture at address. Anyone interested in a picture... send me a PM...

JPB
02-06-2004, 09:31 AM
Re: The post about price-

I don't remember exactly. It was around 300. Mine are slightly more expensive because I got some options and have some prism in the lenses. Let's just say I spend a lot more on cues that don't help my game as much. I think the product is good enough that the price is mostly irrelevant. I don't view them as expensive at all and I hesitate to even post the price. I guess if price is a consideration you have to think about it, but if I had a really limited budget knowing what I know now, I'd put decots at the top of my equipment priority. I'd rather play with a dufferin sneaky pete and decots than a custom cue and no decots after using them one day. I didn't have to make that choice, but I would if I had to.

SPetty
02-06-2004, 09:59 AM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote randyg:</font><hr> We have been a dealer for over ten years. <hr /></blockquote>Hi randyg,

Do you have frames in stock to try on? I'm sorry I missed this when I attended pool school... /ccboard/images/graemlins/frown.gif Mind if I stop by sometime?

randyg
02-06-2004, 06:36 PM
dmgwalsh: Make sure you are on my newest website at www.poolschool.info. (http://www.poolschool.info.) I'm just a phone call away at 1 800 707-0158........randyg

randyg
02-06-2004, 06:40 PM
spetty: I have several such frames in stock just for the purpose of fitting. Call me when you want to stop in, you know our location. Our cost with pool vision, all the coating and frames is $271.00, students get a discount.....randyg

dmgwalsh
02-06-2004, 08:41 PM
<blockquote><font class="small">Quote randyg:</font><hr> dmgwalsh: Make sure you are on my newest website at www.poolschool.info. (http://www.poolschool.info.) I'm just a phone call away at 1 800 707-0158........randyg <hr /></blockquote>

I must not be too good at this computer stuff.
I went to your site. Pool vision. showed a lot of different lenses. said "3 easy steps and seven to ten days to your door. But i couldn't find anything that talked about the three steps Dennis

randyg
02-07-2004, 09:58 AM
dmgwalsh: The first step is to call Randy for more info and fitting plus color choice.

I will change my website to reflect that step, thanks.....randyg(member of the SPF family)

Popcorn
02-07-2004, 01:59 PM
They have a website you may like to look at.
http://www.sportglasses.com/