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You care about your eyes. That’s why we care who looks after them for you!
Your eyes are amazing. They are working every day, from the minute you wake up until you fall asleep, so it’s really important to take good care of them. SPECS network is a nationwide group of opticians passionate about eyes. And with 970 locations there’s sure to be one near to you.
Use our find an optician tool to find your nearest practices. Explore the website to find out more about SPECS network opticians, for eyewear fashion, and for information on looking after your eyes. And don't forget to enter our free prize draws!
Win Prizes for World Book Day 2018!
It's World Book Day on 1st March. At SPECS network, we love to make sure that children's eyesight is as good as it can be to encourage them to enjoy reading.
To help mark the event, we are running two free competitions with great prizes for you to win. For adults, we have another of our prize draws to win a fabulous iPad. And in our promotion for under-16's, you have the chance to win £20 book tokens just by telling us about your favourite book.
Watch our film for an introduction to what you can expect from a SPECS network optician.
If you like this, why not check out our YouTube channel? We have lots of films there. Some showcase individual opticians, while others cover fashion and eye health.
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What people say about SPECS network opticians
"Exceptionally caring and informative. An excellent and highly professional service..."