You might not have thought much about how glasses are made, but the care, science, and sheer technical expertise that goes into them really matters. You literally get what you pay for. And that’s why we use exceptionally high-quality standards to make sure your Bupa Optical glasses are worth every single dollar.
There are no compromises when it comes to seeing clearly. So, when you’re choosing glasses it’s important to look beyond the frame (which we know is the exciting part for most).
Of course, you should feel good with something that flatters your face or says something about your fashion sense. But the reality is, it’s the lenses that actually do the most important job.
To help you understand more about what sets Bupa Optical lenses apart, here’s a quick overview of how they’re made.
Did you know that Bupa Optical lenses are carefully created just for you. And just as every prescription is unique, so too are our glasses. They’re all assembled by hand by professionals to your exact requirements – cutting and polishing the lenses to exact specifications and exceptional standard.
When it comes to lenses, the old saying is true; you really do get what you pay for. Our technicians – some of the best in Australia – use only top-of-the-line materials to bring you high quality glasses .
We’re unusual in the industry because we manufacture our lenses here in Australia under strict quality control standards. So, we don't just support the local economy, we’re actually able to make your lenses faster. Typically, we can get your new glasses in your hands within 10 to 15 business days
Our industry-leading lens manufacturer was the first lens designer to use eye-point AI technology, and they continue to invest heavily in research and development. That innovation extends to sustainability, with machinery that’s energy efficient and a process that uses recycled water. Plus, we reuse and recycle where we can so it’s kinder to the planet.
So, there you have it – when you put on a pair of Bupa Optical glasses, you’re benefiting from high-quality craftmanship, materials and processes. And no matter what your eyesight is like, it’s easy to see how that all adds up to great value for money.
We’re here to help, ask your optometrist if you have any questions or book an eye test today.
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