I agree Ive bought glasses from them. Which can last more than a year. Honestly the quality is as good as expensive ones. Depends on how much you want to pay. Which is still 100x cheaper
Do they do designer glasses? Seems to take me to a blank page when I select designer
I thought that according to the College of Optometrists Guidance for professional practice. Regulation A258, fitting of childrens glasses must be overseen by a qualified practitioner, namely a dispensing optician, optometrist or ophthalmic medical practitioner. Not sure how this works if you buy online?I recently had to get glasses for a 5 year old, the NHS voucher covered a couple of pairs free in most of the high street places, just an extra little bit to pay for designer frames. We have been back to the shop about 3 times in as many months for various free of charge repairs and replacements so also not sure how that would work buying online?
Any designer frames deals going on? Thanks
Lol. That is like saying most women are a size 10. A PD can vary vastly from one individual to another and getting it wrong can give you an inferior visual outcome (eg double vision).