Glasses repair and the Snapit Screw

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AlphaOmega Frame Repairs introduces the Snapit Screw, an American invention set to revolutionise the world of spectacle repair. Nancy Tedeschi wasn't trying to invent a breakthrough product when she came up with the idea for her SnapIt screw. But that is just what happened.

Tedeschi's innovative, time-saving screws, which take the pain out of eyeglass repair, have become a big deal in the optical industry. In the 2 years since the distributor OptiSource International introduced SnapIt at the Vision Expo East in New York, more than 5 million screws have been sold.

OptiSource International sells SnapIt's 26 hinge and eyewear designs and plans are in place for the line to grow to the approximately 35 screw sizes that will fit every type of frame. She has also expanded into the Global markets where she is selling her screws. Tedeschi has several patents and patents pending around the world.

To purchase the packs, which are priced at only £5.00 each, please email us detailing the quantity you require:

Why Choose AlphaOmega?

At AlphaOmega Glasses Repair, our mission is to bring you the highest standards of customer service and industry expertise. All spectacle repairs are carried out in our own workshops where skilled and experienced staff using the very latest industry technology.

CEO David Bithell says: "We want our customers to be completely happy with any glasses repair or glasses purchase made at AlphaOmega. If any customer has any concern with the service or the purchase they need only contact us and we will do our utmost to put things right. No quibble, no fuss, no charge."

Anthony N. Liverpool

"Massive thanks for a truly outstanding level of service. I had my damaged Tom Ford sunglasses repaired and returned in one day! When all hope was almost lost (all the opticians and Tom Ford reps said I needed a new pair) and I was staring down the barrel of a £250 plus replacement. AlphaOmega to the rescue at under £30! Awesome stuff".

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