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Superior service at revamped Eastleigh store

14 December, 2017
Store directors Minal Thaker and Amy Jenkins at the revamped Specsavers Eastleigh store
Store directors Minal Thaker and Amy Jenkins at the revamped Specsavers Eastleigh store

Specsavers in Eastleigh has completed work on a major store refit that will enable opticians and audiologists to provide even greater levels of care to their local community.

Hearcare hub

The revamped business now includes two additional rooms to incorporate a Hearcare hub, bringing the total number of testing rooms up to seven, while a new contact lens department has also been added to the shop floor.

In addition, Specsavers Eastleigh has added more frame drops to offer more choice on its glasses range and has also updated to the iHarmony system, allowing staff members to use imaging software on iPads to help them pinpoint the perfect pair of glasses for customers.

Latest technology

Meanwhile, all testing equipment has been upgraded to the latest technology, with new digital phoropter heads and a Tonoref machine being added to make testing quicker and more efficient.

Providing best possible service to customers

Minal Thaker, store director at Specsavers Eastleigh, said: ‘All the changes and the investment we have made in refitting the store have been for the benefit of our customers.

'The extra testing rooms and updated equipment will help us to offer the highest level of service and allow us to test even more residents on a daily basis.’

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