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The Spectacle Factory is rated 5 out of 5.0 stars based on 10 review(s).

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Friendly service, thanks to Robert who took the time and care to ensure that I was happy with my new glasses. I would definitely recommend.

- Paul Wellman

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Visited the Spectacle Factory a couple of weeks ago for the first time. James did my eye test and was very thorough and informative. Chose a pair of glasses afterwards with the help of another member of staff. Great customer service. I have always gone to high street opticians before and never sure what glasses suit me. I was allowed to take my time and offered helpful advice. Love my new glasses which I picked up with the week. I will be returning to the Spectacle factory in the future. Far superior in terms of quality and customer service compared to other opticians I have been too.

- J B

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My wife and I both have great glasses (and sunglasses) from The Spectacle Factory. Right from our very first visit we have been very impressed with the highest level of care and attention to detail, both with eye tests and the choice of lenses and frames. They seem to have a flair for helping you to choose the right glasses. Once your order is ready, nothing is too much trouble to ensure that the fit and the suitability of your glasses is perfect for your needs and that you are completely happy. Their ongoing service is second to none. We can highly recommend The Spectacle Factory..

- Geoff Gosling

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Came in today for help with some frames, repaired no questions asked, there and then on the spot Brilliant service

- Alex

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All the staff are so helpful and switched on to all your requirements I would recommend them all day what a good experience

- Roy gardiner

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The Spectacle Factory offer me the kind of customer service and ability to customise my choice of spectacles that just is simply not available on the High Street. From Initial contact, to delivery of the finished product, you are treated like a loyal friend. Nothing is too much trouble. Unbiased advise, on choosing the correct spectacles for your particular application. A vast range of frames from the very cheapest to the latest designer frames. I choose the Spectacle Factory, because they can provide me with, customised glasses, to align with my particular needs and requirements. Most high street opticians have a 'one size fits all' attitude. The Spectacle Factory does not subscribe to this theory and treats every client as an individual. Their eye sight is very comprehensive and is 50% longer than the industry standard. If you value your eyesight, and want the very best care, this is the place to visit.

- Paul van de Rooy

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Rob and the team were excellent help with the professionalism and advise . I will become a faithful member of the spectacle factory!! Thanks again team

- Dan Amin

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- James

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Excellent advice with a fantastic product range,

- Thomas Sayer

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Highly recommend The Spectacle Factory - excellent service will definitely be using again.

- Hattie

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Here’s what a true pair of luxury sunglasses looks like

You’ve heard of Ray-Ban. You’ve heard of Tiffany, Gucci and Prada. But you probably haven’t heard of Oxford Vaughan… and that’s kind of the point.

Rachel Carrie, competitive shooter wearing her Oxford Vaughan sunglasses

These sunglasses represent a different level of exclusivity. Just like everyone has heard of Rolex, but most probably won’t have heard of Patek Philippe, who arguably represent the pinnacle of watch craftsmanship. Oxford Vaughan is an equivalent in the world of sunglasses.

The Oxford Vaughan presentation box is a sight to behold

As you open the piano-wood box to reveal these 21kt. gold plated frames sitting on a velvet bed beside their Italian hand-stitched soft leather pouch, you know they aren’t just any old shades.

The fanciest spectacle case from the world’s top designers has nothing on this – and that’s only the start.

Each frame is hand-built in Japan with unsurpassed attention to detail

When you learn that each frame is created from a 140 stage process, you aren’t surprised. That’s what this kind of presentation – and price – represents.

Because these sunglasses cost upwards of £1000. Most people can’t justify that on a pair of shades – and I get that. However if you wanted just one pair of sunglasses, which are timeless and of sufficient quality to last you potentially forever, these should be serious candidates.

The Red Arrows squadron wearing their Oxford Vaughan sunglasses

There’s a reason why the Red Arrows, amongst many other professionals at the top of their field, choose Oxford Vaughan. Not only are the frames of the absolute highest specification; a combination of aircraft-grade titanium, gold or white gold plating and cellulose acetate, but the lenses are some of the finest on the planet.

Polarised lenses eliminate blinding glare from reflective surfaces

The Zeiss insignia in the corner of each lens symbolises the pinnacle of optical precision. The polarised Zeiss lenses in each Oxford Vaughan deliver the clearest, most glare-free vision possible. And that’s one thing that certainly sets this brand apart from other ‘luxury ranges’ – you certainly won’t find lenses of this quality from Ray-Ban etc.

Each Oxford Vaughan frame comes with its own unique serial number laser-etched onto a metal card – this represents your global warranty.

So that’s what you get when you buy a true pair of luxury sunglasses – immaculate packaging, long lasting style and the best vision possible. Are they worth it? Arguably not, but since sunglasses are an accessory we use often (or at least, we should), if you’ve got the money there are worse things to spend your money on.

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