Specsavers Opticians and Audiologists – Oxford located at 33 Queen St, Oxford OX1 1ER, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 255710

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Brigitta Falcini

5 Google Rating

The staff were fantastic here. So lovely and excellent at what they do. Really made the whole experi

5/ 5

The staff were fantastic here. So lovely and excellent at what they do. Really made the whole experience an exceptional one. I can't fault my experience at all.

Gene K

5 Google Rating

I was given a new prescription a couple weeks ago and wanted to have a genuine feeling of my new gla

5/ 5

I was given a new prescription a couple weeks ago and wanted to have a genuine feeling of my new glasses before putting this comment. I had quite a few issues with my eyes so I came to request a new prescription. After some regular check ups on the machine I then met with one of the consultants called Joseph and he’s absolutely amazing. He’s very patient and asked a lot of questions and some extra check ups to really find out the issues behind my eyes. It’s fascinating that he managed to find out the machine would always give a near sighted reading to my slightly long sighted eyes, which meant that many of the eye experts I saw else where were wrong. He gave a few good pieces of advice on some eye exercises I could do at home to improve my eye situation. I found my new glasses really comfortable and the irritation of my eyes was really improved. I am very grateful!

Zaara Chudry

5 Google Rating

Everyone was very helpful and I received excellent customer service from everyone there!

5/ 5

Everyone was very helpful and I received excellent customer service from everyone there!

Michael Morgan

5 Google Rating

Fantastic service from all 3 stages of my visit. Well organised. Quick and easy process.

5/ 5

Fantastic service from all 3 stages of my visit. Well organised. Quick and easy process.

Michael Jarvis

4 Google Rating

Too much pressure to upgrade and get expensive lenses etc. If I hadn't noticed, I would have been ch

4/ 5

Too much pressure to upgrade and get expensive lenses etc. If I hadn't noticed, I would have been charged for non reflective lenses without asking for them. I then got told I needed them because I had been prescribed them! No one needs them... I just wanted a cheap pair of glasses. Otherwise ok.

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