King Cross Opticians Halifax
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Excellent service from start to finish along with a great selection of frames to choose from. I broke my glasses yesterday evening. I when to all of the local opticians this morning and most of them were closed and large National opticians were unable to help me. My last stop was King Cross Opticians. Cheryl pulled all the stops and in my hour of need she was there for me.

Best ever customer service, great selection of designer frames, and professional and super friendly consultation and expert advice, really happy.
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All of our Optometrists have at least 20 years in experience and the eyecare services that we provide go beyond a simple evaluation of your general eye health and need for a prescription. We also check for cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and ocular damage from high blood pressure. Our team of Optometrists recognise that

The most important thing to us is the health of your eyes and we also understand that looking and feeling good in your glasses, sunglasses or contact lenses is vital to you. You will be seen by experts of over 20 years in optical experience. We've developed a professional, caring approach with thorough eye examinations and advice that you can trust

At King Cross Opticians, we offer a wide range of frames with something to suit every budget - whether you require a traditional or a designer frame, we have got you covered. Prices start from 65 and all include lenses and frame - we want you to know the price at the beginning, not the end as an unwanted surprise. The Ray-Ban brand has continued to

We believe that a simple 'sight test' isn't enough for something as precious as your eyes. Our Advanced eye examination go over and beyond a basic 'NHS examination'. You can expect the highest quality care utilizing hospital level equipment as standard, with no hidden extras. We have invested in a very specialised digital retinal camera to take a detailed

Floaters are extremely common, and are sometimes associated with flashing lights in the eye, especially when they first appear. When they first appear, they normally affect one eye, but may affect both eyes at the same time. In fact, they're so common, that approximately two thirds of the population will have floaters by the time they are in their mid

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