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Specsavers Rotorua (Formerly known as Rotorua Optometrists)

Specsavers Rotorua (Formerly known as Rotorua Optometrists)

07-349 6595

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Tauranga,North Island

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Specsavers Rotorua (Formerly known as Rotorua Optometrists) Hours

Tauranga,North Island

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From 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am 8:00 am
To 17:30 pm 17:30 pm 17:30 pm 17:30 pm 17:30 pm
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  • About Specsavers Rotorua (Formerly known as Rotorua Optometrists)

The Optical Revolution is here! Specsavers, the world's fastest growing optometrist, is now opening stores all across New Zealand.

Our mission is to be the best value optometrists anywhere in New Zealand, satisfying personal eye care needs at affordable prices, simply, clearly and consistently. Put simply, we will bring fashionable and affordable eye care to all New Zealanders.

All our stores are owned by local, community based optometrists. Together we deliver the best of all worlds to our customers - great and affordable eye care from trusted local optometrists as well as the range and buying power of Specsavers. New Zealand is now the tenth country to welcome the Specsavers revolution and we're excited to be here.

Specsavers offers more than 1, 000 frame styles and colours. New styles and designers are introduced regularly to keep up with changes in fashion and technology. An expanding range of designer glasses is now available, including Australian brands such as Quiksilver and Roxy as well as global brands including Missoni, Jasper Conran, Ben Sherman, Austin Reed, FCUK and Europe's biggest selling designer brand, Osiris which is exclusive to Specsavers.

Call us today to make an appointment.

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  • Well, nowadays it is common for many people to have allergy in their eyes. And then that can lead to allergic eyes in some cases. At that moment, it will be annoying and terrible. For example, when your eyes suffer allergic eyes, some symptoms such as itchy eyes, red eyes, watery eyes, even burning eyes can be possible. And to treat it, first, in my opinion, you need to try to find the allergic reasons, and then you can avoid them. Also, having some cold compresses on your eyes can be effective. Of course, if your eyes feel uncomfortable, you can just wear a pair of eye patch to protect them.

  • Yes, of course, I must tell you the consequences resulted from smoking too much weed. By smoking weed, you are far more likely to get infected, since there are a lot of bacteria in the weed. And your eyes are also inclined to be infected since every part of your body is interconnected. So, red eyes is an usual symptom of smoking weed. My advice for you is to find an alternative to replace weed.

  • Eyes stye is one of the most commonly seen problems and infections with our eyes. Without timely and proper treatment, you could get some worse consequences sooner or later. So, what you should do right now is not just relying on tea tree oil, that is not medication, but try to consult a doctor and get some antibiotics from the hospital. Surgeries are also needed when necessary, Good luck!

  • Of course they can. I know several children who wear them, some short-sighted, some long-sighted. Just make sure that the eyes are tested and the glasses fitted by a properly qualified optician.

  • Blueberry is rich in anthocyanin, which is helpful to relieve your eyes from eyestrain, and enhance function of the eye. Also they will be effective to resurrect the eyesight from nyctalopia which is caused by eyestrain. Furthermore, Anthocyanin is good for blood cleaning.

  • Personally I think Facial Index is a best eyeglasses shop. As to me, I like the styling of the eyeglasses here. All of the products sold at Facial Index are manufactured in Fukui, where the acetate, celluloid, and titanium frames are all created by hand. Teams of craftspeople are responsible for each model of eyewear from start to finish; there is no assembly-line approach to production, but rather an understanding of the entire process. A select few of the glasses are fabricated by the master craftsman Yoichi Sasaki, who signs his finished pieces on the inside of the frame. These days, Facial Index has stores in Tokyo, Osaka, and Nagoya and keeps people around the world looking intelligent and beautiful.

  • Eye twitching is not contagious. It can be extremely annoying and, if it turns out to be blepharospasm, can be serious. I suffererd for two years without knowing what was going on until I was diagnosed and later found a wonderful solution. For more information, go to www.myblepharospasmsolution.com.

  • Most sunglasses are made by the same company, according to a Forbes story in it s July 2013 magazine. An obscure Italian company Luxottic makes almost all luxury brands and is rapidly moving into prescription brands as well, being sold in lens crafters, sunglasses hut and other not so lux retailers. So,Ray-Ban, Oakley, Chanel Or Prada Sunglasses? They're All Made By This Obscure $9B Company. I have posted some of the article below and also the web page address for the Forbes article if anyone has another answer. https://www.forbes.com/sites/halahtouryalai/2013/07/02/ray-ban-oakley-chanel-or-prada-sunglasses-theyre-all-made-by-this-obscure-9b-company/#32eb0f156a79 Jul 2, 2013 Forbes : The Little Black Book of Billionaire Secrets Ray-Ban, Oakley, Chanel Or Prada Sunglasses? They're All Made By This Obscure $9B Company Georgia May Jagger is the face of the Ray-Ban brand which is owned by Luxottica. Go to a sunglass counter at any department store and you%u2019ll likely see a crowd willing to pay hundreds of dollars for the perfect pair of designer shades. The money they%u2019re spending is going to a single company that makes just about every designer eyewear brand you can think of. The company is called Luxottica, and it made 75 million glasses last year including Prada PRDSY %, Tiffany & Co TIF 4.62%., Coach COH 0.26%, Versace, Bulgari, Chanel , Dolce & Gabbana, Ray-Ban and more. The Italian company has practically taken over the eyewear market from manufacturing to distribution. Luxottica produced 46.6 million sunglasses and 26.1 million prescription frames (it does not make prescription lenses.) Then it sold them through one of its 7,000 retail stores like Sunglasses Hut, Pearle Vision or LensCrafters around the globe. It also sells its products through third-parties like department stores, duty free shops and sporting goods stores for its Oakley brand. It%u2019s not a bad business to be in. The entire eyewear market was valued at $81 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach $130 billion by 2018. Luxottica%u2019s  net sales have increased 36% since 2008 to $9.4 billion in 2012. In 2011, net sales were $8.2 billion. Net income was also up dramatically%u201339% since 2008 to $716 million in 2012. In 2011, net income was $597 million. If you owned Luxottica shares at the start of the year you%u2019d be up 24% compared with 13% for the S&P 500. Luxottica shares are up an impressive 114% over the last five years compared with 26% for the S&P. Recommended by Forbes Luxottica Raises Questions About Brand Authenticity So, what%u2019s the deal with Luxottica? The Milan-based company started off pretty small back in 1961 with now chairman Leonardo Del Vecchio selling small parts to the optical industry. By 1971, the company was able to produce a pair of glasses from start to finish. It then began wholesaling its first collection of eyewear. Today, Luxottica has cut out the middle man. It controls the whole operation. Not only is it making the glasses it but it%u2019s also selling them directly through Sunglasses Hut, Lenscrafters, Pearle Vision%u2013all are owned by Luxottica. That kind of model is known as vertical integration. It%u2019s risky but it can work out very well and be extremely cost efficient. 60 Minutes on CBS last year interviewed Luxottica CEO Andrea Guerra about his company%u2019s dominance in the eyewear space. He estimated some 500 million people were wearing his sunglasses around the world. In addition to its 7,000 retail stores and its roughly 10 production facilities the company owns some of the brands it sells including Ray-Ban which it bought in 1999, Oakley which it bought in 2007, Vogue, Oliver Peoples, Persol, Alain Mikli, Arnette and REVO. These proprietary brands accounted for 70% of frame sales with Ray-Ban and Oakley making up nearly 45% of the sales. It licenses the other designer brands including Bulgari, Burberry, Chanel, Coach, Dolce & Gabbana, Donna Karan, Paul Smith, Polo Ralph Lauren, Prada, Stella McCartney, Tiffany, Tory Burch, Versace and Armani. The agreements with these brands are exclusive meaning no other manufacturer can make their glasses. They last from three to ten years. Luxottica pays the designers a royalty of 5% to 14% of net sales and a marketing fee of 5% to 10% depending on the agreement. Prada and Dolce & Gabbana are the big money-makers for the company making up 3.9% and 2.6% of sales respectively. Expect more acquisitions and brand license agreements from Luxottica. In his letter to shareholders, chairman and founder Leonardo Del Vecchio said the company is making a big push in emerging markets particularly in South Asia. It%u2019s targeting double-digit growth in the luxury segment in the premium and luxury brand segment. The company reports 2nd quarter earnings later this month.

  • At present, there is no treatment for color blindness. And it can be inherited from generation to generation. Luckily, people who can not tell apart colors can wear a kind of glasses to change the situation. The glasses is achromatopsia glasses. If it is not convenient, you can wear color contact lenses. Then you can tell apart colors as people whose eyes are normal.

  • When your kids have pink eyes, the membrane will line the insides of the eyelids and cover the whites of the eye. In other words, it's an infection or inflammation of the top covering over the eye area. On the other hand, for bloodshot eyes, it spreads out under the white part of the eye causing a noticeable red patch. So you can just distinguish them in this way. Also, if you have pink eyes, you will have some symptoms such as itching, burning or stinging, discharge, swelling, watering. Some forms of pinkeye are contagious, and some are not. And bloodshot eyes can be caused by irritation, allergies, eyestrain, environment, wearing contact lenses, dry eyes. Anyway, you should take your kid to the hospital so that he can have an eye exam.