JANUARY SALE NOW ON
30% off Lacoste, Carolina Herrera, Davidoff, Esprit & Carerra
50% off a large selection of frames
Many more 2 or 1
All Zeiss lenses now offer full UV protection.
UV radiation poses a significant danger to eye health and not all damage can be seen with the naked eye.
No matter what season it is, or what the weather conditions are, UV is always there and long term exposure can cause cataracts, wrinkles and even cancer!
Even clear Zeiss lenses block UV up to 400nm so you can be confident that your eye's are safe.
Calvin Klein has landed!
Check out the brand new range of on trend glasses that have just arrived in store!
Elliott Road Ceremony!
Congratulations to Caoimhe McCarthy who is the winner of our fabulous Easter hamper!
Happy Easter to all our customers and keep an out here for more great competitions!
Kid's Easter Competition!
We have a fantastic Easter hamper up for grabs!
Call into store to put your name in the draw.
To enter you must be 12 or under and have purchased your glasses from Elliott Opticians in the last year!
Winner announced Thursday 29th March! Hurry and good luck!
Get a pair of FREE office lenses when you buy a pair of Hoya varifocal lenses!
Elliott opticians are delighted to introduce
MiSight® 1 day contact lenses:
proven to help slow down short-sightedness in children.
What is short-sightedness?
Short-sightedness, also called myopia, typically happens because the eyeballs are too long and causes blurry distance vision. It usually starts around 8-12 years old and continues to get progressively worse until the child stops growing. The younger a child is when they first become short-sighted, the worse their prescription is likely to become. Most children who become short-sighted at a young age are often totally reliant on glasses to see by the time they have stopped growing.
Being reliant on glasses to see well leads to greater challenges in many aspects of everyday life – especially when growing up. Later in life, short-sightedness can lead to eye health and vision issues; the more short-sighted you are, the greater these risks become.That’s why it’s really important to look at ways to slow down the speed at which short-sightedness progresses.
Is there anything I can do?
Regular eye examinations are essential for children to make sure that they are seeing as well as possible and we can discuss strategies to reduce the risk of becoming short-sighted.
If your child is already short-sighted, you may have already experienced the need to change the prescription regularly leading to stronger glasses. Updating the glasses prescription helps with vision but does nothing to slow the speed at which the prescription changes as the eyeball continues to grow.
Introducing MiSight® 1 day contact lenses.
MiSight® 1 day contact lenses have been specifically designed to help slow down the speed at which short-sightedness develops. They look and feel like ordinary one day soft contact lenses but they have a very different optical design called ActivControl™ Technology. In fact, clinical studies with MiSight® 1 day show that the speed of short-sightedness progression is slowed down by more than half compared to ordinary vision correction.2* This means they may be less reliant on glasses but most importantly, the risk of future eye health problems is reduced.
To find out more about MiSight® 1 day lenses please get in touch with us.
To find out more about myopia control click on the link below:
Money off glasses with PRSI benefit!!
You can now avail of money off your glasses with PRSI cover! Call us on 09064 76111 with your PPS number to verify your cover!
Silmo Optical Exhibition in Paris
John and Rena are currently in Paris attending the Silmo Optical Exhibition choosing frames from all over the world to bring back to Elliott Opticians.
Brand new range of Christian Dior has arrived in store!
Come in and see our fabulous new range of Christian Dior glasses.
AMD awareness week 25th-30th September
Call us on 09064 76111 or pop in store to arrange your FREE test for age-related macular degeneration during AMD awareness week 25th-30th September.
Free Eye Examination for the self employed.
From March 2017 self-employed are now entitled to a free eye examination funded by their PRSI. Give us a call with your PRSI number and we will verify the cover for you.
Back to school special!!!
Kate Spade has just arrived.....
best of luck to Moate community college!
Best of luck to Sean O'Flaherty, Cameron Rooney-Digan and Ella O'Neill from Moate Community School in the Bank of Ireland Junk Kouture and ECO-UNESCO Young Enviornmentalist Awards! Their amazing dress is made up of spectacle lenses from Elliott Opticians and CDs which would otherwise have ended up in refuse.
New! zeiss drivesafe lenses
Many people feel insecure, uncomfortable and stressed when driving, especially in difficult light and weather conditions such as rain and mist, or at dusk or night. Driving can be a real challenge for everybody - no matter how long the distance, and good vision is vital for safety. With ZEISS DriveSafe Lenses, ZEISS is introducing a new lens product category for everyday use. It is specifically designed to meet the vision needs of people who want to feel safer and more comfortable when driving with their everyday lenses. ZEISS DriveSafe Lenses are available in both single vision and progressive lens types, just give us a call or drop in store today to learn more.
COFFEE MORNING for south westemath hospice
Elliott Opticians are proud to present a cheque for €508.33 to Pat Braiden of the South Westmeath Hospice. All funds were raised thanks to the success of our in store coffee morning held on Thursday 15th of September.
new! ACUVUE DEFINE LENSES
Your eyes are often the first thing that people notice about you. So why not have them looking their best at all times? 1-Day Acuvue Define lenses subtly enhance the natural beauty of your eyes, offer exceptional comfort thanks to their pioneering technology, correct your long or short sightedness and they come in two variants - Natural Shimmer and Natural Sparkle. Call us today or drop in store to learn more.