I'm having real issues with my 'new' glasses, and I'm not sure whether it's because of poor manufacturing or whether my prescription is wrong.
The top and bottom of it is, I had my annual eye test done at Specsavers (first mistake?). There I was told that my right eye had deteriorated slightly whilst my left had stayed the same. Ok - no problem so far.
Then, the optometrist dropped in that she "thinks" I have a "slight bit of astigmatism" in my right eye (thinks!?).
I asked for my prescription and left (not paying Specsavers inflated prices or going through the hard sell for anti-scratch resistant, anti-glare, anti-tank-missile-proof lenses.)
I input my new prescription at Feel Good Contacts and Glasses Direct and placed my order (note, I stated with my usual contacts, not special astigmatic ones - I just changed the strength). I've been wearing both for three months now - the lenses are absolutely fine, but the glasses make me feel incredibly dizzy. When I move my head left and right (especially quickly) everything seems to warp. Stationery, everything is ok, and the prescription seems ok - but when moving it's unbearable. So much so, I've gone back to my old glasses, which seem fine.
I'm booking in for another eye test with another optician, just wondered what people's experiences of Specsavers and Glasses Direct have been, as something quite patently isn't right. Anyone had similar issues?
Thanks in advance.