Affordable Eyeglasses in Paterno St., Quiapo, Manila

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28 Responses

  1. Chito says:

    Very helpful!

  2. This really answered my problem, thank you!

  3. Sofia Ayaton says:

    Are you open on Sunday? Thank you.

    • Gladee M. says:

      Hi Sofia, Thanks for dropping by. There are different optical shops in Paterno St. It would be best to check with your preferred shop if they are open on Sundays. Thanks. 🙂

  4. p.o. says:


  5. Kay says:

    So how much again for the transition lens? Can you please provide the price breakdown for the Frame and the transition lens? Thanks!

  6. DMC5 says:

    Good article. I’m going through many of these issues as well..

  7. DMC5 says:

    There’s definately a lot to learn about this topic. I like all of the points you’ve made.

  8. Alex says:

    I find this post very informative. Thank you so much. Btw in RSA near Reshma Optical? That is what appears when I search Paterno St corner Paterno Gomez Street.

  9. Red says:

    Great alternative to getting prescription glasses at the mall. They can be too expensive. Thanks for sharing.

  10. aline apelit says:


    how much progressive lens they have?

    • Gladee M. says:

      Hello Aline, progressive lens depends on your eye grade and in case you want the thin lens (this is for the one with high eye grade but you don’t want thick lens). Best to check with the optometrist. 🙂

  11. Robert dizon says:

    Do you know Janet Luna which shop and contact details

    • Gladee M. says:

      Hi. I regret that I don’t know any Janet Luna in Quiapo. Best to visit Paterno St. for your affordable eyeglass needs.

  12. May I have the model number of your Rayban eyeglasses? I like it! Thank you!

    • Gladee M. says:

      Hello. Based on what was indicated on the glasses: H30005 51-19-145 C1.

      Though the ray-ban glasses in the picture is not authentic as there’s no specific ray-ban with the same model number.

  13. I’m looking for glasses that fold into a metal case that can be carried in the pocket. I think they are made in China, maybe Japan. Are they available here in Manila?

    • Gladee M. says:

      Hi Norberto. I think foldable eyeglasses are available in Manila. I saw some in optical shops but best if you can check directly with your preferred optical shop to ensure availability.

  14. Elmer catacte says:

    Ask ko lng po double bista mgkano po abutin yung kya lng ng budget ko

    • Gladee M. says:

      Hello Elmer. Ang presyo po ng salamin ay nakadepende po sa grado, sa frame and sa type ng lens na kununin ninyo. Puwede po kayo sumadya sa optical shops para mas masagot nila ang concern niyo. Sa Quiapo naman po na mga optical shops hindi din naman po kamahalan at abot kaya naman po ang presyo ng salamin. 🙂

    • Kaye says:

      Im a regular cutomer in Paterno optical shops. Usually pag doble vista or reading glass, like what my mom purchased, mas mura yan, ranges from 400 to 500 pesos lang. Just ask the salesperson and tell them your budget.

  15. Danny Sicap says:

    magkano po ang price range ng progressive lens?

  16. lisa says:

    hi open po ba sila now??

  17. Joel Bengco says:

    Does anyone know mobile contact number of Reshma optical supplies? Thank you

  18. Bernz Ambida says:

    Hi! do you have Msgr or mobile number so that I can directly coordinate with you all that I need on my transition eyeglass? Thanks.
    please send me a text or call on my mobile 09617650408 or msg me on my Msgr bernz.ambida

    • Gladee M. says:

      Hello. As much as I wanted to help, unfortunately, I’m not an optometrist and I have no expertise in this field, I just shared my experience in buying eyeglasses in Paterno St. Anyway, should you need consultation on your eyeglasses needs, it would be best to directly consult to your preferred store as they also have different pricing depending on your eye grade, frame, lens, etc. Thank you. 🙂

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