- You don't want the polyglass eyes. Those are a bit cheaper and are made for reborn dolls and other dolls like that.
- The sizes tend to run a tad small, imo, but that's good. If you want a softer look, order a bigger size.
- Where most eyes are in even numbers for sizing (8mm, 10mm, 12mm, etc), eyeco eyes are odd numbered (11 mm, 13mm, 15mm, etc).
Monday, September 1, 2014
Eyeco Eye Review
The models are Jack and Jill, my legit feeple 60s. I have 13mm eyecos in Jack (Mirwen), and I think I'll be going smaller. Jill (Chloe) is wearing 15mm, which may be a tad too small for her.
Items: Soft platinum glass dreamy blue in 13mm and forest in 15mm
Price range: $15 on up (The price increases for quality of the eye and size; the "fantasy" colors range a bit on the higher side.)
Speed of order: Pretty good. They shipped out about a week after I ordered and took only a few days to arrive (they're in the US and so am I so it didn't take too long).
Communication: Good. They sent me an email order confirmation, but no tracking number or anything like that.
Ease of ordering: Easy. I just used their website and paid via paypal.
Range of colors: Not a super wide range of colors to choose from, as Eyeco tends to focus on very realistic colors and styles. You'll find a range of blues, greens, and browns, with the less common grays and a few purple shades.
Accuracy of color to website: Close. The greens are definitely paler than the site would suggest, even in different lights. The blue eyes are very close!
Quality: 9/10- only dinging them because they don't pack the eyes real well when they ship them, so one pair of my eyes had a little knick in the white part.