Specsavers shows its resistance at Health and Wellbeing at Work 2009

Specsavers Corporate Eyecare will be showcasing its scratch-resistant treatment at Health and Wellbeing at Work 2009.

Specsavers believes the free treatment will vastly prolong the life of both standard and safety glasses, making their eyewear even greater value for money.

The treatment will be offered free of charge to all customers purchasing new glasses or lenses and the process does not take any additional time.

This works alongside Specsavers’ Optical Care Vouchers, a simple employee benefit scheme allowing employers to purchase individual vouchers for £35 each, which cover a full eye examination and a pair of glasses from the £45 range (or from a higher range if the employee pays the difference).

The scratch-resistant treatment will be available on all glasses bought with an Optical Care Voucher, making the scheme even more cost-effective for employers and employees alike. 

Leonie Caul, Corporate Account Manager for Specsavers Corporate Eyecare, says: “We are always looking for ways to add value for our customers.

Glasses can become scratched so easily that we see this as an essential service for our customers. This is why we have decided not to pass the cost on to customers and to make the treatment free of charge.

We are also pleased to be able to offer this treatment on our safety frames, which tend to be more vulnerable to scratching, due to the circumstances in which they are worn.

We hope that Health and Wellbeing at Work will be a great opportunity to showcase such services.”

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