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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. You can rely on SPECS network opticians to provide top quality eye care for you and your family, as well as great fashion choices. And with lots of locations nationwide there’s sure to be one near to you.

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We have lots of useful information on eyewear and eyecare.

Ten Top Tips For Eye Health!

Everybody should have their eyes checked at least once every two years, and more frequently if you have risk factors such as diabetes or a family history of glaucoma. These checks not only keep your vision sharp, with the perfect corrective lenses if needed, but they can also help spot early signs of a wide range of health issues. And early action can make all the difference.

So why not book your eye test today? Use our Locator to find your nearest SPECS network opticians.

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Why People Love Their Independent SPECS network Opticians

Despite the heavy advertising pressure from the big chains, people really appreciate the benefits of choosing their local independent optician. They love the choice, quality, and relationship.

Take a look at this video in which our reporter went out onto the streets to ask people why they chose and stick with their independent SPECS network optician.

What our customers say

According to a survey by Which? independent opticians are the best places to have your eyes tested and to buy glasses.

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The almost 9 out of 10 overall rating for independent opticians shows that people recognise the importance of getting the right glasses, advice, and aftercare. Savvy customers understand that getting the best care and value involves more than just grabbing a superficially attractive 2-for-1 deal.

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SPECS network Practice of The Day
Wednesday 8th December


My Optician, Coventry

My Optician are providers of eye care, along with a range of other optometrist services in Coventry. Your eyes are our business! Our team will take the time to understand your vision and provide you with the perfect tailored solution.

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What's the 20-20-20 rule? Basically, every 20 minutes spent using a screen; you should try to look away at something that is 20 feet away from you for a total of 20 seconds. ... See MoreSee Less

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Studies show that what we eat can affect our vision. Antioxidants can help to prevent retinal damage. Foods recommended for eye health include:

👁️ Broad leaf greens such as kale and spinach
👁️ Brightly coloured fruit and veg such as corn, carrots, orange sweet peppers and
👁️ Oranges
👁️ Oily fish like salmon, tuna and mackerel
👁️ Broccoli
👁️ Eggs
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2 days ago
Studies show that what we eat can affect our vision. Antioxidants can help to prevent retinal damage.  Foods recommended for eye health include:👁️ Broad leaf greens such as kale and spinach
👁️ Brightly coloured fruit and veg such as corn, carrots, orange sweet peppers and
👁️ Oranges
👁️ Oily fish like salmon, tuna and mackerel
👁️ Broccoli
👁️ Eggs

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Although serious vision problems during childhood are rare, routine eye checks are offered to newborn babies and young children to identify any problems early on. Free NHS sight tests are also available at opticians for children under 16 and for young people under 19 in full-time education. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago
Although serious vision problems during childhood are rare, routine eye checks are offered to newborn babies and young children to identify any problems early on. Free NHS sight tests are also available at opticians for children under 16 and for young people under 19 in full-time education.