Just because you’re not a grown up yet, doesn’t mean you don’t want to look good in your glasses.At Rawlings you will find a huge range of stylish and modern children’s designs with many completely paid for by the NHS voucher system. In addition, we offer a discount of up to 50% for children off our whole adult range including designer brands such as Ray Ban, Tom Ford and Superdry – and for students 15% discount with an NUS card.
Don’t let the NHS tag put you off though. The days of blue or pink plastic frames are far behind (unless you want those, of course!) and we can supply styles for all shapes and sizes. With our team of qualified dispensing opticians on hand, you can be assured that the frame will fit and stay comfortable ensuring you are looking through the lenses and seeing perfectly, as well as looking good.
Don’t forget - your child does not have to have basic NHS lenses – reflection free lenses give clearer and more comfortable vision and only cost from £15 with an NHS voucher. This is particularly beneficial if they wear their glasses for the computer or television. Light reactive lenses can also be provided for an extra charge and give a total UV block – and children love the way they ‘magically’ transform into sunglasses when it’s bright.
Amongst our huge range of children’s glasses you will always find something original and interesting with brands like;
- Ray-Ban Junior range for the latest in fashion and geek chic
- Flexon with flexible alloy sides and bridge to spring back to shape if they get bent or squashed.
- Lindberg kids for the lightest most unobtrusive frames with the supreme strength and flexibility of space grade titanium but with a price definitely not out of this world.
- Star Wars for the little Jedi knight of your family (Lightsaber not included!)
- O'Neill Youth with street and surf inspired designs for boys and girls
We accept prescriptions from other opticians and routinely make up glasses to prescriptions from local orthoptic and ophthalmology departments thanks to our high level of expertise in complicated, strong or difficult to manufacture lenses.
Many children wear contact lenses extremely successfully, just ask the optometrist for further information.