Specsavers Opticians take common brands of contact lenses, like focus or Biomedics, and rebrand them to their own brand label. The result of this is that contact lens customers cannot easily identify what the real brand names are of their contact lenses. As a result you cannot go online and reorder the real branded product, like Focus Dailies and are locked into buying your contact lenses from Specsavers.
A good example is that you have been prescribed Specsavers Easyvision Daily Virea. This is a very commonly prescribed daily lens called Focus Daily Aquacomfort Plus from the manufacturer Alcon, and rebranded by Specsavers to their own brand. Using the table below you can easily see which brands are relabeled and buy the original brands online, often saving money and time.
Find out which Manufacturer brands are rebranded by Specsavers to their own Label.
Everyone in the UK and Ireland should be familiar with Specsavers Optical Group. Not only is this company one of the largest optician shops in Europe, but it also has some of the most talked-about TV ads. On top of the company's eyeglasses portfolio, Specsavers offers one of the most extensive assortments of contact lenses in the business.
Just because you regularly use Specsavers’ lenses doesn't mean you need to rely on visiting this company’s shop every time you need a refill. Indeed, all of the lenses sold under the Specsavers label are available on Contactlenses.co.uk at steep discounts. If you'd like to learn more about ordering your Specsavers contacts on our website, please keep reading the info presented below.
Who Makes Specsavers’ Contact Lenses?
CooperVision and Alcon (previously known as Cibavision) are responsible for manufacturing all of Specsavers' contact lenses. Luckily for consumers, Contactlenses.co.uk now offers all of the most popular contact lenses from these two multinational corporations.