The Specsavers Finding Dory Range

Whilst I was at work on Saturday Hubby and his Mum took the children to Disney’s London HQ for a very special Specsavers event. They actually went to another Specsavers event there last year and loved it so the children were excited to go again!

This event was to celebrate the launch of Specsavers new Finding Dory frames which the children got to try out and model! LP loves wearing glasses – although she doesn’t ‘need’ glasses and loves feeling ‘like Mummy’ when she wears her own ones.

Both LP and Little Man loved the Finding Dory characters on the new glasses – even more so once they got to see the film – which they really enjoyed. Any young fan of the show would love the new Specsavers frames and it’s great that there is now just so much choice where children’s glasses are concerned.

The Specsavers Finding Dory Range

Specsavers recommends that children start having their eyes tested from the age of three – and we’ll be booking Little Man in to have his first eye test soon! After that they should have eye tests at least every two years.

The Specsavers Finding Dory Range

At Specsavers all under-16s get a free NHS eye test and all glasses in Specsavers’ kids range are £64 and teens range £85 ranges but  are free with under-16s’ NHS funding. At the moment, glasses wearers can also choose a second pair from the £64 or £85 range for free – and both pairs come with single vision lenses with a scratch-resistant treatment and a UV filter, or tinted prescription lenses and a UV filter free in the second pair.

Looking back to my own childhood of basic NHS glasses I just love how many options children now have – and even glasses with their favourite characters on them. If your child wears glasses make sure you check out the new Specsavers range.

The Specsavers Finding Dory Range

Disclosure: We were invited to the above event however all opinions are my own.



  1. July 28, 2016 / 6:27 am

    Oh these are just adorable. Libby wears glasses and hers are very sweet little ones, but I’ve seen some children with the bigger frames like this and they look lovely. I really like the fact they have the characters on.

  2. July 28, 2016 / 6:54 am

    I didn’t realise that it was 3, best get the girls booked in.
    Looks a great event – who doesn’t love Dory? Keeeeep swimming!

  3. July 28, 2016 / 12:41 pm

    My kids saw these in specsavers window, they kept asking me to book them an eyetest in the hope they needed glasses so they could have a pair.

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