MANCHESTER, Virgin Islands, British
- April 21, 2021
-- Manchester, UK, April 21 -
Specscart, a three year old eyewear company based in Manchester, has announced that it will continue its Free Eye Test program as lockdown restrictions lift. Under the service, any person can book an eye exam at either of their two stores in Manchester. People looking for opticians in Bury or opticians in Walkden can simply use their website to call at 0161-3125767 (Walkden) or 0161-3125763 (Bury) to book their appointment. The company offers both NHS and private eye tests. That means if you're not eligible for an NHS voucher, you can still get a free eye test. This service is available to all age groups. According to Sid Sethi, the founder of the company - "The pandemic has had a harmful effect on people's eyes. Many have neglected their eye health, apart from spending hours on end looking at digital screens for work or leisure. As people start going out again, we want to promote better eye care through this free service. Something as necessary as this should be complimentary."
A comprehensive eye test usually takes around 20-30 minutes to complete. Apart from prescription, it also checks other health parameters such as retinal health and visual acuity. It can also help detect conditions like cataract and diabetes in their early stages.
The company also plans to resume its free home eye test and corporate eye test services.
Visit our website https://specscart.co.uk/nhs-free-eye-test
to book free eye test in the UK.