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Book an eye test store

We offer free eye tests with in-house opticians and optometrists in all our collaboration stores.
If your eyes are due for a check-up or you notice any symptoms, we’re happy to help you.

Book an eye test store

  • Recommended if it’s your first eye test
  • With an in-house optician or optometrist
  • Suitable for varifocal prescriptions
  • Not suitable for contact lens prescriptions

Before

Click “Book now” to find your closest store, then follow the steps to choose a time slot. If you wear contact lenses, remember to remove them 30 minutes before your test.

During

An eye test takes around 20 minutes (for both single-vision and varifocal glasses), so you could even book one during your lunch break.

After

After the test, we will save your prescription in your account so you can check it whenever you need it. Now it’s time to find your frame — our staff is happy to help and advise you.

How do we work?

We believe that good design isn’t just about looking great; it’s about seeing too

1. We use only the best

To ensure a proper examination, we equip our eye test rooms with cutting-edge machinery from Essilor, a leader in the optical market.

2. We keep it simple

We listen carefully to your needs and, after the test, explain the results in an easy-to-follow way — taking the complexity out of understanding your prescription.

3. We offer personal advice

With a thorough understanding of your needs, we tailor our advice to help you find the ideal eyewear solution. Which glasses are right for you? What lens is most suitable? Let’s find out together.

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is an eye test?

Our in-store eye tests and our Online Vision Exam are free. Yes, you read that right; there’s no cost to taking an eye test with us.

How long does an eye test take?

It takes around 20 minutes (for both single-vision and varifocal glasses), and our Online Vision Exam takes about 15 minutes.

What is an eye test?

It’s a comprehensive eye health screening — not just an assessment of your vision — completed using state-of-the-art technology.

The ultimate purpose of an eye test is to assess your eyes for common refractive errors (or vision conditions), including

Myopia: Difficulty in seeing objects at a distancernHyperopia: Difficulty in seeing objects up closernAstigmatism: Distorted vision due to irregular curvature of the cornearnPresbyopia: Difficulty reading at arm’s lengthrnrnOnce we know exactly what’s up with your eyes, we can advise how much correction your lenses need. These corrections are represented by a series of numbers that make up your prescription.

How often should I take an eye test?

We recommend having your eyes tested every two years, even if they feel 100%. Our eyes change with time, so it’s important you know what’s going on with yours.

How do I book the test?

Booking a spot at a store near you is easy. Click u0022Book nowu0022 on this page and select your location to book a time slot.

Do you offer tests for contact lenses?

We don’t offer tests or fitting appointments for contact lenses in our stores (yet). However, our Online Vision Exam is now available to get your contact lens prescription online instead.

How can I find an eye test near me?

Easy, use our store locator to find a store near you and book your eye test online. Can’t find a store near you? Use our Online Vision Exam to take your eye test digitally.

Who is eligible for a free eye test?

If you already know you’re eligible for an NHS funded eye test or even if you’re not eligible, you can still book an eye test with your local store.

Ready to get your eyes tested?

Book your eye test online or start the Online Vision Exam.

5 Signs Your Eyeglasses Need a New Prescription

Having an eyeglasses prescription that no longer optimizes your vision not only reduces your ability to see clearly but can also accelerate the deterioration of your vision. That’s why it’s extremely important to know what to look for when assessing whether or not you need an upgrade.

Apart from visiting Muunel optometrist for an eye exam to determine if you need a new prescription for your eyeglasses, there are several signs and symptoms you can pick up on yourself:

Blurred Vision

One of the most obvious signs is that your eyeglasses aren’t correcting your vision as they should be fuzzy and unclear eyesight. When things look blurry around the edges, it’s important to book an eye exam with your local optometrist as soon as possible.

You’re Squinting A Lot

Are you finding that you’re constantly squinting or partly closing your eyes to see better? A smaller amount of concentrated light is let into your eyes when you blink, resulting in better vision.While this may get the job done temporarily, it shouldn’t be happening while you’re wearing glasses.

NOTE:

Pay particular attention to what time of day the squinting happens. You must book an eye exam immediately if your vision worsens at night.

Your Eyes Feel Tired

Poor vision can take a significant toll on your eyes. Several factors,: can cause eye fatigue

  • How many hours of sleep you’re getting
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Certain medical conditions
  • Focusing on one object (such as a book or computer) for too long

However, these factors should only cause temporary, occasional strain. If you’re experiencing tired eyes for more than two days, it could mean that significant changes in your vision need to be addressed.

Talk to your eye doctor about how a new pair of prescription eyeglasses can help alleviate your symptoms.

Your Eyes Are Sensitive To Light

If bright lights, indoors or from the sun, are making you squint, cover your eyes, or even shut them in pain, it’s time for a new eyeglasses prescription! It’s essential to visit your doctor about any light sensitivity because it could be a sign:

  • That your eyes are working overtime
  • That you have an eye infection
  • Other vision conditions that may require immediate attention

If you are experiencing chronic light sensitivity, visiting your local eye clinic as soon as possible is important.

You’re Getting Frequent Headaches

Even though your vision may seem perfect with your old eyeglasses, an outdated prescription can cause eye strain, leading to headaches. Other signs of eye strain include:

  • Difficulty focusing
  • Sore or irritated eyes
  • Light sensitivity
  • Double vision
  • Dry or watery eyes

If you have recently begun experiencing frequent and painful headaches, the best remedy might be a new pair of eyeglasses!

3 Other Reasons Why You Might Need a New Pair of Eyeglasses

Apart from a new prescription, there are several other reasons why you may need to upgrade your eyeglasses. This includes:

Your Lenses Are Scratched

No matter how careful you are, sometimes it’s impossible to prevent minor scuffs on your lenses. But remember: even if those scratches may seem small, they could affect your vision in ways you aren’t aware of and may even lead to eye strain.

If your lenses do have scratches, your best bet might be to get a new pair or completely upgrade your eyeglasses.

You’re Having Trouble Cleaning Your Eyeglasses

The lenses of some eyeglasses are treated with special coatings such as:

  • UV protection
  • Scratch resistant
  • Blue Light
  • Dust Repellent

While these coatings can be very beneficial, they tend to break down over time, leaving behind a film that could make your eyeglasses blurry or difficult to clean – leading to less clear and uncomfortable vision.

You’re Out of Fashion

Modern eyeglasses are for so much more than just vision correction. Today, they are also a great fashion statement. If you haven’t had a new pair of spectacles for over a year, then you may want to visit your local optometrist or eyeglasses retailer for a much-needed upgrade!

Ready to get your eyes tested?

Find the nearest store and we are waiting for you.

DEVA

Bulevardul Iuliu Maniu Bloc J, 330021, Partner

Tel: 0723.390.339

ORADEA

Aleea Emanuil Gojdu Nr. 2, 410066

Tel: 0746.212.267

BUCURESTI

Mihai bravu Nr. 223, sector 3, 030301

Tel: 0759.074.009

DEVA

Bulevardul Iuliu Maniu Bloc J, 330021, Partner

Tel: 0723.390.339

ORADEA

Aleea Emanuil Gojdu Nr. 2, 410066

Tel: 0746.212.267

BUCURESTI

Mihai bravu Nr. 223, sector 3, 030301

Tel: 0759.074.009

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