Boots Opticians Reviews
Product Type: Boots health products
Description:Brand: Boots / Type: Opticians / Eyecare solutions from Boots Opticians.
Newest Review: ... though they were informed NHS does it to me every 6 months if required saying that was ok the NHS will pay!) they then told ... more
Customer Boots Opticians Reviews (54)
by - written on 28/11/07, updated on 28/11/07 (Very useful, 1925 readings)
When I lived in Walsall I always used Dolland and Aitchison Opticians. In fact I had been going there ever since I was 4 years old and it was called Hudson Howard and that's going back a bit I can tell you - I'm 53 tomorrow! Anyway they do not have branch here in Llandudno. I took a look around the town and decided to try Boots Opticians and have been happily going there every year for the last 5 years. The Boots Opticians store here in Llandudno is a separate shop from the main Boots store and looks as though it is quite new. The place is nicely decorated, open and airy, with plenty of racks of spectacle frames of all different shapes, sizes and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/12/05 (Very useful, 10260 readings)
Ever since the age of 10 I've had to visit an optician. Until the age of 20 I wore glasses only and visited a small independent optician. Once I moved away to university, I decided on getting contact lenses and due to Boots good reputation in eye care became registered at Boots Opticians. There are many Boots Opticians around the country varying in size from large, spacious premises based in cities to smaller locations in towns and suburbs. The Boots Opticians that I visit now is a smaller one but still has facilities to provide good quality eye care. I registered at my current store back in 1998 and as I already wore contact lenses I wanted to be ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/11 (Very useful, 467 readings)
It must have been between three and five years since I had last been to an Opticians. My glasses were loose and apparently couldn't be tightened anymore, so I decided it was probably time for a new eye test and some new glasses! So I went into Boots and asked for an appointment for an eye test. They didn't have one for that day, but I booked one for a convenient day, she took down my details to put on the computer and I returned for the appointment. (I had received a telephone call the day before, to remind me.) When I arrived at Boots Opticians, I didn't have long to wait, then a woman took me into a small room to fill out a form and do a couple of tests on ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/03/11 (Very useful, 875 readings)
Up until a few years ago I didn't bother much with opticians. I didn't get my eyes tested for years and every time I did I was told I had 20:20 vision - even when I got them tested just before I turned 40. All this changed in 2008 when I realised I couldn't see road signs as clearly as I had in the past when I was driving. So it was no surprise to learn I needed glasses although then I was told I needed them mainly for driving. At the time I bought some cheap frames from SpecSavers, along with a pair of prescription sunglasses which I ended up wearing about twice as I had got reaction lenses for my main glasses and they worked perfectly well. It was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/08/10 (Very useful, 305 readings)
I only started wearing glasses around 4 years ago and tried a couple of opticians before I found one which I felt comfortable with. Living in Telford all of the major players are represented, but the staff in my local Boots have consistently been the most helpful and friendly. One of the major positives about using Boots is that everytime I have my eyes tested or buy glasses from them I can collect Advantage Card points and depending on the time of year you can sometimes get double or even triple points, which when you are spending a couple of hundred quid is a considerable amount of points put aside for christmas. Staff here have always seemed very ... Read the complete review
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