While it’s true that eyeglasses correct vision and make people look more intelligent, attaining that coveted 20/20 vision and look of being both suave and smart is about more than just an eye test. You need a decent frame to ensure that your lenses don’t abscond with antique monocles. Ensure your eyes have everything they need and pay R100 for a R300 voucher to spend on spectacles at Options Optometrists.
If you need someone to interrogate your ocular orbs and outfit your struggling peepers with corrective lenses, there are few better than the ocular outfitters who work with Options Optometrists. Supplying the world with a clearest view of the landscape they’ve had since they figured out that the rain is gone, the chain of professional and high-tech eye experts offer you the opportunity to splurge on some embellishments for your eyeballs without breaking the banks.
Not unlike fiction detectives, prescription lenses and glasses can clear up many a blurry mystery and do a stellar job at protecting your peepers from stray pebble-bullets. With beach-season here for a while and the Christmas season demanding many an outing, it’s probably a good idea to ensure that your vision is 20/20 to avoid mistaking giant candy canes for Santa Claus' younger brother. Whatever the spectacle requirement, Options Optometrists will ensure you can see Christmas coming.Redeem at one of the following branches:
011 826 3322
58 Rose Avenue
Boulders Shopping Centre
011 312 0149
Sunnypark Shopping Centre
Corner of Jeppe and Esselen Street
012 440 9272
Corner of Katherine Street and Wierda Road East
011 883 0907/8
011 938 2009
Shady fact: Contrary to popular belief, the Sphinx did not lose its nose as a result of years of desert weather. The truth is, ancient Egyptians had crafted an enormous pair of golden sunglasses but when they tried to place them on the monument’s face the weight of the precious metal was too much to bear and ripped off the nose.