Address: 112 Eisenhower Pkwy Ste 44, Livingston, NJ 07039, USA
Joseph was very helpful throughout my process of choosing a new frame/lens
Had a great service here was in and out within 15-20 mins. Hatim was also very helpful.
Kind and helpful staff. Thanks!
Paul N Fasone
I have been purchasing prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses from LensCrafters for many years. The team at the Livingston, NJ store are wonderful! Most recently I had the pleasure of being assisted by Optician Hatim Saadi. He was patient and thorough in helping me navigate through the numerous frame and lens options that LensCrafters offers. Hatim offered helpful advise regarding choice of frames and lenses suited to both my face and prescription. He even advised me on what the best value would be comparing retail discounts versus my insurance plan! While LensCrafters is a large corporation with many locations, the experience with Hatim and the entire staff at the Livingston, NJ location is caring and personalized. They make you feel at home, like you’d expect from a mom-and-pop store. But, the extensive selection and value that LensCrafters provides really gives you the best of both worlds. I highly recommend Hatim and the LensCrafters Livingston, NJ team for anyone who is looking for great value and an unsurpassed experience in purchasing prescription or even non-prescription eyewear!
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Hi! Thank you so much for your positive review. We are happy we could help with your vision needs and look forward to seeing you again!
Lense Crafters has an excellent staff. When I was there, there were many customers in the store EACH was treated with respect. They approached me several times as well what they were doing was collecting the frames I had touched and left back on the shelf. They then proceeded to pick them up and clean them.
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