Specsavers is a high-street optical retailer.
- 1 Specsavers Contact Numbers
- 2 Specsavers Head Office Opening Hours
- 3 Specsavers Head Office Address
- 4 Why would I need to call the Specsavers head office contact number?
- 5 Specsavers Eye Test
- 6 Specsavers Glasses
- 7 Specsavers Contact Lenses
- 8 Specsavers Opening Times
- 9 Specsavers Jobs
- 10 Popular questions about Specsavers
- 11 About Specsavers
Specsavers Contact Numbers
|Customer Services||0843 208 1727|
|Head Office||0843 208 1727|
|Store Locator||0843 208 1727|
Specsavers Head Office Opening Hours
Specsavers Head Office Address
|Head Office||Specsavers Optical Group, La Villiaze, St. Andrews, Guernsey, GY6 8YP|
Why would I need to call the Specsavers head office contact number?
- To find the location of your nearest Specsavers opticians.
- To get help with your prescription or frames.
- For more information about working for Specsavers.
- For help with returns or appointments.
- To make a complaint about a Specsavers product, service or employee.
Specsavers Eye Test
It’s recommended that everyone has an eye test at least once every two years. Eye tests can detect medical conditions that may otherwise go unnoticed, such as glaucoma. You can develop an issue with your vision at any time but people over the age of 40 who have a family history of glaucoma are more at risk, as are people over the age of 60. You might also need an eye test during pregnancy as the hormones in your body change and can give you dry eyes or blurred vision. Children and teenagers should also get their eyes tested regularly as their body changes. Undetected eye issues can cause them difficulty in school and in other aspects of life.
An eye test is always tailored to suit your needs, but a typical process begins with a pre-test where your eyes will be health checked. A tonometer will blow a puff of air into your eye in order to allow the optical assistant to assess your internal pressure and see whether you are at risk of developing glaucoma. This test can also be used to see if you are long or short sighted. You will then have a photo taken of the back of your eye before going through to speak to the optometrist who will discuss any problems with your vision. They may also perform further tests such as asking you to read a chart through different lenses or examining your retina through an ophthalmoscope, which is essentially a torch. Lastly, they’ll check for scratches on your eye’s surface using a slit lamp. If it is decided that you need glasses, the assistant will help you choose frames, fit them for you and an appointment will be made for you to pick the glasses up.
Specsavers has a wide range of glasses for men, women and children. You can choose frames in your favourite colour or even pick glasses by your favourite designer. Specsavers has a vast range of designer glasses such as Karl Lagerfeld, Love Moschino, Cath Kidston, Boss Orange, Karen Millen, PUMA and Converse. There is also an extensive range of glasses designed by Specsavers which is more affordable- you might even find dupes for designer frames in the Specsavers collection. The majority of glasses can be made in store, but specialist prescriptions may need to be sent away. There is also a range of prescription sunglasses, which can be useful for driving in the summer months or on holiday. There is a range of ComFit glasses which have been designed to be extra comfortable with soft tip arms, gel pads to reduce red marks and silicone pads over the bridges.
All glasses come with free standard lenses and a scratch-resistant treatment. You can add varifocal lenses and bifocal lenses. It can take a while for your eyes to get used to varifocal lenses so Specsavers gives you three months to try them out- if you don’t like them, you can swap to bifocal lenses or get two pairs of glasses instead for no extra cost.
Specsavers Contact Lenses
Specsavers has a wide range of contact lenses to suit all types of eyes. They have a range of lenses from the likes of Acuvue, Air Optix, Alcon, Focus Dailies and the Specsavers own-brand range, Easyvision. You can spread the cost of paying for your lenses from just £5 a month. If you have any issues within three months of purchasing, you can go back to the store and they will assist you in finding the right lenses for you.
Specsavers Opening Times
The majority of Specsavers stores are open weekdays and weekends, with eye tests available on the weekends to assist people who work from Monday-Friday. Most stores keep slightly later hours than other retailers i.e. 8.30am-6pm. TO check your local store’s opening times, call the Specsavers head office contact number or visit the website.
Whether you wish to work in optometry, dispensing, as a store colleague or in the hearing clinic, Specsavers has a range of vacancies which might be suitable for you. Specsavers also hires optical apprentices- you’ll start as an apprentice before working your way up to an optical assistant and eventually a store manager.
Popular questions about Specsavers
Specsavers: Which glasses suit me?
You can use the Specsavers app to try hundreds of glasses to see which ones suit your face. You make a model of your face, try the glasses virtually and you can make a list of the ones you want to buy in store.
Specsavers: What to bring to an eye test?
You don’t need to take anything with you to an eye test. Simply turn up, give the assistant your name and they will get the appointment started for you.
Are Specsavers hearing tests free?
Hearing tests at Specsavers are free for people over the age of 50. If you do suffer from hearing loss, the audiologist will discuss your options, but you are not obligated to buy a hearing aid from them.
Specsavers first launched back in 1984 on the island of Guernsey by a husband and wife team. The head office is still in Guernsey, but Specsavers now has over 1000 stores across the UK as well as parts of Europe and Australia.
For more about Specsavers, call the Specsavers head office contact number.