Glasses Repair & Spectacle Repairs
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AlphaOmega offers a glasses repair service of the highest quality and standards in the glasses frame repair industry.
Skilled workers at AlphaOmega carry out spectacle repairs on all types of glasses and sunglasses: metal, plastic, titanium, stainless steel – even pure gold and other precious metals.
AlphaOmega can repair any make of spectacles and save you money, from top designer makes such as Ray Ban, Oakley and Armani to prescription spectacles and reading glasses.
Spectacle repairs are carried out by experienced specialists at our own UK service centre so you get your favourite glasses returned quickly and efficiently.
Staff at AlphaOmega use state–of–the–art micro laser welders, precision soldering and specialist electro–plating techniques to ensure that your glasses frame repair will look like new.
Our team of specially trained experts can fix almost any spectacle frame repair problem. We offer our services to the general public, to registered opticians and to the optical professions.
FREE: We give a free evaluation of repair costs and customers get a unique tracking code so they can check the progress of their glasses repair at any time.
FAST: We pride ourselves on our same–day turnaround service and we are confident that your broken glasses or sunglasses can be returned within days, looking good as new.
GUARANTEED: We are so confident of our spectacle repairs and frame service that all AlphaOmega repairs are covered by an unconditional 12–month guarantee.
And your glasses repair won't cost the earth. Packages start from as little as £9.99, most spectacle repairs cost £19.99 and even a major restoration will cost much less than replacing with new.
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Almost everyone today uses the term glasses to refer to what were once widely referred to as spectacles. So which is right – glasses or spectacles? We take a look at the history of the words and how they went in and out of fashion over the years.
With so many styles of sunglasses on the market, finding the right pair to fit your face can be a problem. Top quality lenses are essential for good eye care but they need to look good too. Face shape has a strong bearing on the styles that will suit you.
Titanium is a great material being both strong and very light. It isn't therefore surprising that premium spectacle manufacturers have started using titanium in the production of their high–end spectacle brands.
How many people wear glasses in the UK? It's a difficult question to answer and any figure would be approximate. However, about 30% of the 16 to 18 years old population in the UK would need vision correction at some point in the future.