Kingshill Opticians are proud to be one of only 70 opticians in the UK to dispense a revolutionary new varifocal spectacle lens called Varilux S-Series before its nationwide launch next year.
If you already wear varifocal glasses you'll appreciate that no matter how much your glasses improve your vision, there has, until now, been limitations with all varifocal designs, most commonly a swimming sensation at the sides of your lenses or a narrower field of vision that you would like. Sound familiar?
Varilux S-Series is the first and only varifocal lens design currently available that eliminates these annoying constraints, giving you ultimate clear vision with no compromise. And you could be one of the very first wearers in the UK to try it!
If you don’t wear glasses but find you’ve been holding your reading materials at arms length in order to focus, Varilux S-Series could be the ideal solution for your vision too. And the great news is that you can also try the lenses risk free, in the unlikely event that you don’t adapt to them, we will replace them with a suitable alternative.
Contact us to make an appointment for an eye examination and in addition to the sight test, we’ll take the time to check the health of your eyes. Our experienced team can help you choose a frame from our range which includes designer brands.
If you want to ultimate vision with no compromise, call us (01732 875544) or come in and see us today. The waiting is over.
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