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Boots or Specsavers

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julieg4y, 10m agoPosted 4 years, 10 months ago
My husband needs new glasses and we have always dealt with boots and not had any probs,good service etc,but way so expensive around £600 for an everyday pair and a pair of prescription sunglasses and thats on the 2nd pair free,has to have the ultra thin lense u see,was looking at specsavers last week, £250 cheaper and was wondering how it can be done so cheap so anybody use specsavers b4 going and ordering from there,thanks
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julieg4y, 10m agoPosted 4 years, 10 months ago
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choc1969#1
Specsavers specialise so can offer huge discounts. They are a lot better in my opinion than Boots are offer a great service.
nuabdi#2
if you have the prescription, you can get far more cheaper thru online shops even for designer glasses- there are so many of them: http://www.glassesdirect.co.uk/ (even i consider it still pricey)
Trogglescow#3
Specsavers, definitely - much better value for money.
queenlush#4
My daughter has used Specsavers for years, never had any problems and as Choc said they just specialise in glasses and lenses so hence the difference in price.
shaneomac#5
queenlush
My daughter has used Specsavers for years, never had any problems and as Choc said they just specialise in glasses and lenses so hence the difference in price.


as do boots opticians:?
comparing the exact same lenses between the two companies there isnt really any difference...price will change on the quality of lens and thickness.
my reccomendation is go where you feel comfortable and where you find the best frames:thumbsup:
BeeKeeper#6
Get your eyes tested from wherever you feel comfortable, get your prescription, then shop around.
Asda opticians, if you have one near you offer great deals.
bykergrovebanned#7
worryingly specsavers and vision express have both got my prescription wrong during an eye test and i've had to go back and get it redone after i've almost thrown up wearing the incorrect glasses
patience_1#8
Asda don't charge extra for thin lenses and are much cheaper

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