Last year we found out that Tilly was struggling so much in school because she needed glasses, My post can be found here explaining how she got on at Specsavers. She chose Hello Kitty glasses as they were the most girliest (her words).
When we were invited to the launch of the new range of Specsavers Glasses at Disney HQ in London, we could hardly contain our excitement! We do have trouble with Tilly as she doesn't like wearing her glasses (kids are so vain these days)
The new launch includes children's glasses from Disney Princess, Disney Planes and Disney Toy Story as well as the new range of Star Wars and Marvel glasses. Tilly fell in love with some Little Mermaid glasses and as the picture goes all along the arm, I am not surprised. The glasses are bright, fun and comfortable to wear. With the choice of two pairs of glasses from Specsavers, you can choose to be Elsa one day and Cinderella the next. Tilly personally fell in love with The Little Mermaid glasses and they look lovely on her face.
The new range of glasses will be available from Specsavers from Wednesday 13th May and they are available nationwide. Also speaking as a parent of a reluctant glasses wearer, I find that Tilly is more likely to keep glasses on if they are something that she really likes. Whether your child loves Marvel, Star Wars or Disney they will find a pair of glasses to suit them.
For the younger of the children they have the cutest little Mickey and Minnie glasses. They are the perfect size for children that need glasses when they are babies.
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. glasses wearers can also choose a second pair from the £64 or £85 range, free (when your a parent of a young child, that second pair is a blessing!). Both pairs have toughened glass and scratch resistant materials or you can have tinted prescription lenses and a UV filter free in the second pair.
For more information visit www.specsavers.co.uk/offers.