While being short-sighted has its advantages, like conveniently “missing” someone undesirable when they wave at you from across the street; it’s not all impressionistic fun and games. So when the computer screen starts to resemble a swirling vortex, your partner’s face looks like a Picasso and you take the wrong dog for a walk, you know it’s time to get your eyes sorted. Keep your peepers in fully working order and pay R50 for an eye test at Virtual Vision Optometrists.
Some smart person once said that prevention is better than cure, and this is an important philosophy for Virtual Vision’s highly trained optometrists. Even if you think your vision is as perfect as an air-brushed cover model, Beauty was wrong about the Beast and you could just as easily be wrong about your sight. Of course, even if you’re not seeing things in an as much of a blur as a parents on Christmas morning, an eye test should be taken periodically – after all, most serious eye-ailments only start kicking up symptoms after there’s been permanent damage.
latest in ocular equipment and a brain full of high-tech know-how, the skilled
optometrists will take you through a series of tests designed to evaluate your
vision and ensure that your peepers are in perfect working order. Friendlier
than Santa after a plate of chocolate-chip cookies, they’re aimed at taking
care of all your visual needs and you can be sure you’ll experience only the
best in both eye and customer care.
Redeem your Groupon at one of the following branches:
Shop no.2 New Market Place
132 Belvedere Road
Shop no.2 Highbury Walk
Highbury Str. opposite OK GROCER
Focus on this fact: Before glasses were available to the general public, miners in Armenia would pick up pieces of glass and fix them together with strings of toothpaste. These make-shift glasses were neither popular nor effective.