Did you know that Specsavers have launched a new range of Minions children’s glasses across the country? It was launched exclusively on 16th November 2015 and the collection includes six different frames featuring characters from this year’s hit film.
Ms C has been wearing glasses since she was three years old and we have been Specsavers customer since. Not only they have plenty of Disney Princess’s glasses to choose from, they also offer an additional free pair of frames in the Specsavers’ kids get two free pairs offer.
Last week, when we went into the shop, they already run out of the metallic-violet, round-eye frames, as it was quite popular. Each store holds two sets of each frame, hence it is always best to check if they have it in store or they could order it beforehand.
The glasses are priced at £64 and are free for under-16s with an NHS optical voucher. All Minions frames come with flex-hinges and SuperTough lenses – so little ones can avoid their own Minions mishaps. At Specsavers all under-16s get a free NHS eye test. All glasses in Specsavers’ kids’ £64 and teens’ £85 ranges are free with under-16s’ NHS funding. Specs wearers can also choose a second pair from the £64 or £85 range, free. Both pairs can come with SuperTough Trivex® single vision lenses with a scratch-resistant treatment, or tinted prescription lenses and a UV filter free in the second pair. For more information visit www.specsavers.co.uk.
Ms C opted for a pair of shiny black plastic front and a pair of the cobalt-blue, plastic front frame. She was very excited about it. The store was very busy last Saturday but the staff were very polite and efficient. We were seen very quickly and our glasses were ready in a week’s time.
Ms C has this shiny black plastic front which has a pale grey inlay and the sides carry the colourful message: ‘MINION MISHAP’.
Next, she has this frame featuring a cobalt-blue, plastic front and a lighter, crystalline interior. The sky-blue, plastic sides carry a design at the temple of a Minion caught causing mischief, surrounded by pencils and rulers. A Minion at school can only mean ‘TROUBLE’.
Both the frames and lenses are very lightweight and the frames sit well on her. She loves them!
There are currently more than 1,200 partners in the UK and Republic of Ireland alone. Look out for all six Minions frames at a Specsavers store near you!
Disclosure: We received the samples for the purposes of writing this review however all thoughts and opinions remain our own.