If you have any questions relating to our services, then we may have already provided the answer below. Take a look at our list of frequently asked questions, and if you need further help, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
An eye test will usually take around 20 – 30 minutes to complete. If the examination identifies that you will benefit from prescription glasses then we will show you our range of frames, discuss the different lens options and provide expert advice so you can select the perfect eyewear to suit your look, budget and lifestyle.
We have a wide range of prescription glasses to suit all budgets. With prices starting from just £75, you can enjoy excellent vision, even if you are on a budget.
New glasses are usually ready to collect within seven working days. We will notify you as soon as they are ready for collection and book an appointment to ensure a perfect fit.
Unlike many national high street opticians, we don’t tie you into a contract for contact lenses. To find out more, please visit us or give us a call.
Glaucoma is a relatively common eye disorder that occurs when the optic nerve becomes damaged. The main cause of this eye condition is fluid build-up near the front of the eye. The fluid can cause pressure within the eye and if not treated, it can lead to vision loss.
Some people qualify for free eye tests and optical vouchers from the NHS. To find out if you can get help with eye care, visit the NHS website.
From time to time we may run promotions for free eye tests. Some people can also get free eye tests through the NHS. If you need more information, then please contact us.