Purchasing your glasses is always a mix of emotional, financial and technical considerations which is why our experts are on hand to guide you through every step of the way.
After your eye test to determine your prescription, we need find a frame suitable for this as well as your lifestyle needs, whilst taking into consideration your budget and of course how good you look in your glasses. It's certainly not easy - which is why our in-store staff are on hand to help.
Next on the agenda is choosing the best lenses for your prescription and lifestyle. You might want to consider
- Do you wear your glasses all day? Thin and light lenses will make wearing your glasses more comfortable and improve their appearance.
- Do you use a computer? An anti-reflective coating will help reduce distracting reflections.
- Do you drive? Polarised lenses filter out 100% of glare making it more comfortable for you to see in bright conditions.
- Did you know that lenses are different and can be tailor-made for you? Ask about our Varifocal lenses which offer superb clarity and wide fields of vision.
These are just a few of the considerations and questions we will discuss with you. Whatever your priorities, we will help you find the perfect lens solution.
Making your decision and making your purchase. As we know, it can be a tough decision but by now with all the advice you will have received in store you'll be comfortable with your choices and the final price of your glasses, after all, you are in control every step of the way, we're just here to help you make the best choices. The final price of your glasses will be as a result of the options you have chosen and we happily revise this with you until you are satisfied with the price.
Receiving your new glasses. Your prescription and the options you have chosen will determine how long it takes for your new glasses to be ready. One of our instore team will let you know when to expect them.