Find Cheap Glasses & Discount Eyewear, Eyeglasses Stores, Eye Doctors, Eye Care Centers in Lancaster of Lancashire

Eye Care Directory offers up-to-date information about the optical eyeglasses stores and eye doctors for your vision needs in the Lancaster of Lancashire. You may arrange an free eye exam, buy prescription eyeglasses, RX sunglasses or donate your old eyeglasses by using the contact information in the directory.
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    1.Taylor's Opticians

    19 New St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1EG

    Taylor's Opticians is a 0-star Optical Store0 Reviews

    Optical stores in Lancaster offer most discounted inexpensive prescription eyeglasses, prescription sunglasses, both in single vision (SV) and bifocal or progressive lenses. Most optical shops in the Lancaster have an adjacent independent optometrist's office for the convenience of the customers. Opticians in the stores will help determine your pupillary distance (PD) and fit glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and other eyewear based on the prescriptions written by optometrists and eye doctors. Other staff members may guide you through the selection and try-on of glass frames to finalize your purchase...
  • 2.Vision Express

    13-15 Penny Street
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1UA

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  • 3.Direkt Optik

    79 North Rd
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1LU

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  • 4.Boots UK

    18-20 Market St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1HT

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  • 5.Welbourne Opticians

    3 King St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1JN

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  • 6.Specsavers

    14-16 Cheapside
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1LZ

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  • 7.Conlon & Sons Ltd

    24 Penny St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1UA

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  • Welbourne Opticians

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    3 King St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1JN

  • Direkt Optik

    Direkt Optik is 0-star0 Reviews

    79 North Rd
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1LU

  • Conlon & Sons Ltd

    Conlon & Sons Ltd is 0-star0 Reviews

    24 Penny St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1UA

  • Vision Express

    Vision Express is 0-star0 Reviews

    13-15 Penny Street
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1UA

  • Taylor's Opticians

    Taylor's Opticians is 0-star0 Reviews

    19 New St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1EG

  • Specsavers

    Specsavers is 0-star0 Reviews

    14-16 Cheapside
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1LZ

  • Boots UK

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    18-20 Market St
    Lancaster,Lancashire LA1 1HT

  • Firmoo Answers

  • Are you sure you write the right number? We can%u2019t help you read your PD because we think you may write the wrong number. Maybe, you can send your prescription to us through Email and we can help you analyze your prescription, including PD. Email: eyecare@firmoo.com

  • I know that ebay provides contact lenses. But i never bought it at that sites. Personally, i prefer to buy it in real stores instead of online. But one of my friends told me that online contact lenses are cheaper. And also, there are some good online shop that provide good contact lenses at affordable prices. And she recommend me to buy contact lenses at 1800contacts.com. I am considering to try a box. You can also have a try if you want. Good luck.

  • It really depends. For people who have get used to some common contact lenses, they can also easily adjust to the soft contacts. If this is your first time to wear contact lenses, you need to consult the professional technicians how to wear contacts correctly. Then, when you come home, you should practice wearing them by yourself and do as the technician has told you. Remember to wear the contacts several hours a day, but not too long. After several times of practicing and wearing, I believe you will get used to your soft contacts. Good luck and hope this will help you.

  • Usually we can tell whether we have an eye infection or not from some symptoms of our eyes. But eye infection is very common and in many cases eye infection will go over on its own for few days without any special treatment. The most common symptoms are red and itching eyes, watery eyes, dry and puffy eyes. If you have some of them, you may have an eye infection.

  • Well, according to your description, I can say that you may have got the photophobia. As we know that photophobia is eye discomfort in bright light and your situation is just like it. So you should pay more attention to this kind of disease. While we can also say that Photophobia is a fairly common symptom. For many people, photophobia is not due to any disease. Severe photophobia may occur with eye problems and can cause severe eye pain even in relatively low light. There are many causes which can make you get the photophobia, such as burns to the eyes or corneal abrasion and even some medicines can also lead to it. Anyway, if you have got this kind of eye disease, you'd better go and see an eye doctor as soon as possible. I think he can give you the good advice.

  • I ordered some specs from them last year. I think I paid around £70 for mine and they are pretty good. The lens fell out after a few weeks but I just got my local Specsavers to put it back in. I still own the glasses now and will probably buy another pair from them again this year.

  • There are many options when choosing shades, but when we talk about sports eyeglasses, it get’s a little complicated.Usually, making a prescription eyeglass with shades is easy, you just choose the frames and the lens color and you have it. But this works only with prescription eyeglass frames, because the shape of the frame is standard and the lens can be mounted easy.but for sports glasses, You have to know that an extra-curved lens if made with diopters, will modify the way you see through it, because of the curve, so an adaptation period is required so there is a possibility that you will not accommodate with them. This is why they choose to put the inside clip, which does not require extra curved lenses, but standard lenses, so the adaptation is easier. Also, the mounting of the prescription lenses is more easy.The other thing is that the frame is extra-hard, so even if you got the best lenses, the mounting process is difficult and you have to find the right optician to do it.

  • Aviator sunglasses, also known as pilot's glasses, are developed by Bausch & Lomb in 1936. This kind of sunglasses is originally used by pilots for protecting their eyes while flying. That is why their name is given. Many men wear aviator sunglasses which make them look handsome. However, you can also find many women wear aviator sunglasses. Actually, many eyeglasses store have special aviator sunglasses for women. Women with aviator sunglasses look a kind of independent temperament. Aviator sunglasses have become very important accessory for women's daily makeup.

  • Actually ferrari sunglasses, versace sunglasses, fossil sunglasses are all good brands. Of course, maui jim sunglasses are good. Many online shops offer a wide selection of lightweight fasion and performance styles. www.mauijim.com,the offical website, which offers abundant styles and high frames maui jim sunglasses. Blue water, Nine Palms, Seawall are porpular with women, while Atoll, Akoni are fit for men. On this site you can get the unique one that belongs to you.

  • Sunglasses for biking should be designed not only to protect the eyes, but also to provide the rider a wide vision so that they can both provide the eyes from harmful rays, wind, dust and particles and don't block the vision. Therefore, a rimless design glasses are good for biking, like Smith Optics' Pivlock V90 sunglasses, which can provide a wide range of vision for the riders. There are some otherl types of sunglasses for biking. They are Oakley Men's Flak Jacket Chrome Iridium polarized sunglasses, Zeal Optics Maestro Sunglasses, Kaenon Polarized Variant Sunglasses and Oakley Jawbone Sunglasses.