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I need a good optician in the Pattaya area, have a truck so are mobile if needed.

 

My wife is having problems both reading and seeing more in the distance so she need Bifocals or Progressives glasses.

 

Goggling around: Euro Optic TH is recommended but that's though the shops FB page so. 

 

Anybody?

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Euro Optics - Used them a few times - Good service - No hard sell quality frames and optics

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Maria at Euro Optic specialises in progressives.  Very professional and no pressure

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Following good reports on here I went to Euro Optic. Not so impressed. The frames (not cheap) started to deteriorate badly after 6 months. 

I then tried Pattaya Optical. Ray-Ban frames. Again not cheap. But is seems the quality is not that good - the plating is coming off after about 9 months. Must the bracing Pattaya sea air...

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12 hours ago, HauptmannUK said:

Following good reports on here I went to Euro Optic. Not so impressed. The frames (not cheap) started to deteriorate badly after 6 months. 

I then tried Pattaya Optical. Ray-Ban frames. Again not cheap. But is seems the quality is not that good - the plating is coming off after about 9 months. Must the bracing Pattaya sea air...

I waited until my next UK trip and went to Specsavers! Pretty convinced I got a better deal, certain I got a better eye-exam. 

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5 hours ago, jacko45k said:

I waited until my next UK trip and went to Specsavers! Pretty convinced I got a better deal, certain I got a better eye-exam. 

I could get specs for free on my Aussie medical insurance, but doesn't do me much good when I need a pair here does it?

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Go to any opthamologist at any hospital for a comprehensive eye test. Have him give you the prescription then order from https://www.zennioptical.com

You will receive your quality frames in a couple of weeks. I get titanium frames with polycarbonate lenses for about 2000 baht, progressives will be more.

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58 minutes ago, giddyup said:

I could get specs for free on my Aussie medical insurance, but doesn't do me much good when I need a pair here does it?

You are neither the OP nor the person I quoted.... so presumably a person with bad eyesight looking for an argument.

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14 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

You are neither the OP nor the person I quoted.... so presumably a person with bad eyesight looking for an argument.

the OP is looking for an optometrist in Pattaya, not the UK, so why give useless info?

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11 minutes ago, giddyup said:

the OP is looking for an optometrist in Pattaya, not the UK, so why give useless info?

Yes, your posts have been so much more useful in that respect.....

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2 minutes ago, jacko45k said:

Yes, your posts have been so much more useful in that respect.....

I agree.

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