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General Chat Thread, Where you get your glasses from? in General; Originally Posted by SteveBentley Regardless of Tesco's offer, if you are required to do a significant amount of work with ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveBentley View Post
    Regardless of Tesco's offer, if you are required to do a significant amount of work with computers, your employer is legally required to provide an eyesight test.
    That's pretty cool

    (Although your sig makes it look like it's just your opinion )

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    New here but a passing thought... as so many of you have football club flags and similarly seem to "support" their favourite specs retailer - be it on-line, high st, supermarket.

    Do we support our local/favourite shops/stores?
    Do we support them willy-nilly?

    Or is it good service that makes us loyal?
    Or price?

    Imagine if Tesco had a football team!

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    I paid £200 for my glasses from Robert Friths in Twickenham thin lenses and Oliver goldsmith frame.

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    I just bought my first pair of glasses in about 4 years last night :-(

    Went to a place called Optical Express in the Trafford Centre, two designer pairs with all the various coatings and scratch proofing on them for £296, including a pair of prescription designer sunglasses. Seeing as I had budgeted to replace my sunglasses this year anyway, I felt that was a reasonable price to pay.

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    As I said in a previous thread, always best to shop around. The same pair of glasses and frames were £90 cheaper in Boots than in Optical express.

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    Tesco ........with the mothers staff discount

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    last time i broke my glasses i couldn't be bothered to replace them so got my eyes lasered

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