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We want you to look great in your new eyewear so we will tell you all about the latest styles, colours and shapes available and recommend eyewear based on your face shape, colouring, hairstyle and your own personal style.

You can choose from a large selection of frames including rimless, semi-rimless, plastic and metal frames. We have price ranges to suit all and you are sure to find the perfect pair with us.

We want you to get the clearest vision possible in your new eyewear so we will recommend the lenses that will perform the best for your eyes and prescription.

Contact Lenses

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Frames

Spectacle Lenses

Sunglasses

Specialist Appliances

Other Products

Frames:

We will also advise and recommend  eyewear that is appropriate for your visual and aesthetic requirements – and ensure that your eyewear fits you correctly.

Click on the links below to explore some of the various eyewear ranges we carry;

Spectacle Lenses:

We dispense single vision, varifocal, occupational and bifocal lenses. Various options including reflection free coatings, thinned down lenses, toughened lenses are available. Our lens suppliers include Zeiss, Essilor and Hoya.

We will also advise on the best ophthalmic lenses for you, recommend a spectacles frame that is appropriate for your visual and aesthetic requirements.

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Sunglasses:

Most people know the sun’s rays are bad for our skin. But did you know they’re just as bad for our eyes? Sunglasses are more than just an accessory—they protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful side effects.

Below are a few reasons why a stylish pair of protective shades are important for more than just accessorizing.

  • Seeing the World Comfortably

The perfect pair of sunglasses can complement a great outfit, but can also prevent uncomfortable squinting caused by extended time in bright sunlight.

  • Protection Against Harmful UV Rays

Extended exposure to UV-A and UV-B rays can contribute to cataracts, and it is estimated that 20% of cataracts cases are caused by extended exposure to UV rays. A proper pair of shades can help reduce the risk of cataracts, and prevent photokeratitis (sunburn of the eye), as well.

  • Absorption of HEV Radiation

UV rays aren’t the only type of radiation that can damage your eyes. High-energy visible (HEV) radiation can increase your risk of macular degeneration over time, damaging the retina and causing a loss of central vision. Sunglasses that absorb these rays can reduce the risk of retinal damage and keep your maculae in tip-top shape.

Click on the links below to explore some of the ranges of sunglasses we carry.

Specialist Appliances:

Click on the links below to explore some of the various specialist appliances we carry;

Other products:

Click on the links below to explore some of the various ocular products we carry;