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“Reliable Optician”

published 21/11/2010

Advantagesgood price, quick delivery ,good range


...every 6 months but I don?t live near my Tesco Optician so it?s a drive to get there which is why if they can send them out without a test I?d rather they would. So, when you order your lenses I?m sure you can order 3 months worth or 6 but I always go for 3 as it costs something like £28 a month depending on the type you go for. The lenses being purchased here means you gain Clubcard points...

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“Opticians With Vision”

published 07/09/2001

AdvantagesExcellent after-sales service, knowledgeable staff, wide range of frames

DisadvantagesA limited number of branches outside of the capital

...road signs, and with struggling to resolve the platform numbers on the departures board, I underwent an eye examination and was told that I too would need to wear "specs". I actually had the eye test at "Eye Clinic", but before you rush for the comment button to tell me I've posted under the wrong optician, let me tell you that it is where I bought my eyewear, and in particular the after...

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AdvantagesEarn Advantage Points; Good range of frames to choose from; Cheap monthly payment plan

DisadvantagesLimited time available for contact lense appointments

...Ever since the age of 10 I've had to visit an optician. Until the age of 20 I wore glasses only and visited a small independent optician. Once I moved away to university, I decided on getting contact lenses and due to Boots good reputation in eye care became registered at Boots Opticians. There are many Boots Opticians around the country varying in size from large, spacious premises based in...

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