The Optical Factory

Based in East Kilbride, Glasgow, The Optical Factory provides customers with a professional eye care service, an on-site lens manufacturing lab and prescripton glasses at affordable prices.

The Optical Factory offer the latest in lens technology including free-form varifocals, invisibles (non-reflective), thinner, lighter lenses, polarised and transitions. With the lab staff having many years experience in lens glazing, even the most difficult of prescriptions can be catered for at a fraction of the high street prices. All adjustments for customers are made free of charge.

The Optical Factory also offer a wide range of NHS glasses with over 500 different styles to choose from and also specialise in sports and active wear in particular a Golf Tint, specially designed to help active golfers.

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