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Kick off the school term with new specs

22 August, 2017
Specsavers Bitterne offers a wide range of kids' glasses including new Despicable Me 3 frames
Specsavers Bitterne offers a wide range of kids' glasses including new Despicable Me 3 frames

The school holidays may be coming to an end but kids can keep looking cool at the start of term with a brand new pair of glasses from Specsavers in Bitterne.

The opticians has a number of new, exclusive specs ranges featuring bold and fun designs to help young glasses wearers stay on top of the latest trends and ensure they’re the talk of the playground.

Richard Morgan, store director at Specsavers Bitterne, said: ‘If you’re looking for a new pair of specs for your child for the start of school, we have a wide range of kid’s glasses to help your little ones get the new term off to a great start.’

Minions on a mission

The mischievous Minions returned to the big screen this summer with the launch of family blockbuster, Despicable Me 3. To mark the occasion, Specsavers Bitterne has added four new Despicable Me 3 frames to its exclusive Minions range.

ll the frames feature images of the characters from the popular franchise and come with single-vision lenses with a UV filter to help protect children’s eye from excessive sunlight.

Get happy with Emoji glasses

Joining in on the smartphone and internet craze, Specsavers Bitterne is now offering its own range of Emoji glasses to young customers aged four to 10.

The Emoji range gives little ones the option to choose from a selection of four acetate frames, each featuring their own set of emoji characters – which translates from Japanese as ‘picture character’ – ranging from smiling faces to pandas and footballs.

Unearthing the new JCB Kids range

Adventurous youngsters will really dig the latest glasses from construction firm JCB, which has unveiled a new range of six JCB Kids acetate frames.

Younger glasses wearers aged three to five will have the chance to choose specs featuring JCB mascot, Joey JCB, while a selection of cool styles has also been launched for kids aged up to nine years old.

All glasses in the range come fitted with flex-hinges and scratch resistant lenses with a UV filter.

Learn more in store

Looking for more advice on choosing the right pair of glasses for your family? Pop in store today and speak to one of our frame stylists to learn more about the latest specs trends.

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