Specsavers frames for glasses can be found in any Spec Savers store or when browsing the website. If you are struggling to get around and have no transport you can book for an appointment online. When browsing through the different designs and prices you will notice that all glasses are colour-coded. There is grey, brown, orange, purple, black, red, yellow, green, white, pink, blue, silver, gold and platinum, where the latter will be the most expensive frames. Depending on the colour code, the price will or will not include Single Vision. All spectacles come with a replacement warranty.
If you are looking for bifocals or multifocals to go with your Specsavers frames for glasses, there will be an additional charge. If you are not happy with what you have chosen in the first place, you will have seven days to return to the store and exchange the frame for something else. You can pay as little as R150 for a frame at Spec-savers or as much as R2280 if you choose a frame from the section with the platinum sticker. If you have any question regarding frames, eye tests or medical aid you can leave your queries online.
Another great thing is that if you are paying cash for the frames, you will receive a 10 percent discount. There are 7 basic face-shapes and there is a frame that matches every shape perfectly. The optometrist will be able to help you select the best frame within your budget to suit you. At the end of the day, no price is too high for bad eyesight. It is important that you get your eyes tested. You only have one pair of eyes, so make sure to have a look at Specsavers frames for glasses and select the perfect pair after you get your eyes tested.