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Independent opticians top Which? poll of where to buy glasses

Independent opticians top Which? poll of where to buy glasses

Posted on 19th August 2014

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It was fantastic to read, as we’d always suspected, that Which? has found that the best place to buy glasses is an independent optometry practice.

Independent practices were the only eye care provider to score top marks for product quality, timekeeping and the all important, customer service. We also shone when it came to staff skills. At Cameron Optometry we often talk about the expertise of our optometrists so it is encouraging that this is as important to clients as it is to us.

It is reassuring to see that clients aren’t being swayed by flashy advertising campaigns from big brands and they still value the expertise, quality, care and attention they get from their independent eye care provider.


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