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  • Best of Toronto Eyeglasses Stores

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    1.E Z Eyecare


    200 Wellington Street West

    Toronto, ON M5V3G2

    E Z Eyecare is a 3-star Optical Store7 Reviews

    This is the worst place to go if you’re looking for any customer service. I had a couple of visits & the owner showed zero consideration or care. She was mean, rude, unwilling to understand a thing and even yelled. I went to Clearly Contacts store a couple of blocks away and got tremendous service. Never go there if you like to receive some customer service....
  • 2.City Optical, Eglinton & Pharmacy


    Toronto, ON M5G

    City Optical, Eglinton & Pharmacy is a 1-star Optical Store4 Reviews

  • 3.Caprice Optical

    4105 Steeles Avenue West

    Toronto, ON M3N 1V7

    Caprice Optical is a 3-star Optical Store4 Reviews

  • 4.Focus Optical Labs


    Toronto, ON M5G

    Focus Optical Labs is a 5-star Optical Store3 Reviews

  • 5.Galek L Dr Optomtrst


    282 Roncesvalles Avenue

    Toronto, ON M6R2M2

    Galek L Dr Optomtrst is a 3-star Optical Store2 Reviews

  • 6.Economy Optical


    8 College

    Toronto, ON M5G1K3

    Economy Optical is a 5-star Optical Store2 Reviews

  • 7.Finch & Keele Opticians Inc


    1270 Finch Avenue West

    Toronto, ON M3J3J7

    Finch & Keele Opticians Inc is a 5-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 8.Great Glasses


    808 York Mills Road

    Toronto, ON M3B1X8

    Great Glasses is a 1-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 9.In Style Optical


    1150 College Street

    Toronto, ON M6H1B6

    In Style Optical is a 4-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • 10.Eye Contact


    46 Raeburn Avenue

    Toronto, ON M3H1G8

    Eye Contact is a 1-star Optical Store1 Reviews

  • Best of Toronto Eye Doctors

  • Eye Doctor

    1.Economy Optical


    8 College

    Toronto, ON M5G1K3

    Economy Optical is a 5-star Eye Doctor2 Reviews

    Hi - I really love this place. Great service and amazing every single time i have a problem they fix it, without asking questions. Had them fix my glasses 2 1/2 years after purchased... without any issue or charge....
  • 2.Ida Optical


    385 The West Mall

    Toronto, ON M9C1E7

    Ida Optical is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 3.Focus Optical Labs


    Toronto, ON M5G

    Focus Optical Labs is a 5-star Eye Doctor3 Reviews

  • 4.Finch & Keele Opticians Inc


    1270 Finch Avenue West

    Toronto, ON M3J3J7

    Finch & Keele Opticians Inc is a 5-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 5.In Style Optical


    1150 College Street

    Toronto, ON M6H1B6

    In Style Optical is a 4-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 6.Galek L Dr Optomtrst


    282 Roncesvalles Avenue

    Toronto, ON M6R2M2

    Galek L Dr Optomtrst is a 3-star Eye Doctor2 Reviews

  • 7.E Z Eyecare


    200 Wellington Street West

    Toronto, ON M5V3G2

    E Z Eyecare is a 3-star Eye Doctor7 Reviews

  • 8.Caprice Optical

    4105 Steeles Avenue West

    Toronto, ON M3N 1V7

    Caprice Optical is a 3-star Eye Doctor4 Reviews

  • 9.Dr Phong Vo


    315 Spadina Avenue

    Toronto, ON M5T2E9

    Dr Phong Vo is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

  • 10.Eye Contact


    46 Raeburn Avenue

    Toronto, ON M3H1G8

    Eye Contact is a 1-star Eye Doctor1 Reviews

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  • Finch & Keele Opticians Inc

    Finch & Keele Opticians Inc is 5-star1 Reviews

    I will study Opticianry. I want to be a volunteer work in your store. If you need me to work. Please contact me as soon as possible.

  • Dr Phong Vo

    Dr Phong Vo is 1-star1 Reviews

    I hardly ever review a spot. But I beg of you, listen..... Dr.? Phong is a complete joke. Totally unprofessional, I have no clue how he got a degree. Please look somewhere else for your eye needs....You will regret coming here. I

  • Great Glasses

    Great Glasses is 1-star1 Reviews

    Out of business!!!

  • Eye Contact

    Eye Contact is 1-star1 Reviews

    Horrible customer service, do not use this company.

  • Economy Optical

    Economy Optical is 5-star2 Reviews

    I have been buying my glasses from Albert for some time now and highly recommend his services. Love the prices and the quick turnaround for glasses!

  • Ida Optical

    Ida Optical is 5-star1 Reviews

    Awesome place dudes and dudettes.

  • City Optical, Eglinton & Pharmacy

    City Optical, Eglinton & Pharmacy is 1-star4 Reviews

    I bought (300$) contact lens five months ago and after using it 8 times, the contacts tore. When I contacted the company, they said that we are not responsible and we can't do anything. Very rude and unprofessional. Even if

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