Eye exams

Eye tests are a vital part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle

At Allspecs we provide a comprehensive examination to ensure you have the clearest vision possible.

Our licensed and experienced optometrist is able to provide treatment options and, in many cases, restore vision or prevent vision loss.

If you need a new prescription or are due for a check-up schedule an appointment online today.

For a Saturday or Childs appointment, please call 01702 522 221 to enquire availability. Please also ensure you are booking under the name of the person attending. If booking for family members, you must create an additional account for each person.

Standard Eye Test


Pay on the day

In a standard eye test we look at the following:

General eye health and lifestyle
Eye pressure
Long or Short sighted
Updated prescription
Eye health conditions

Standard Eye Test + OCT Scan


Pay on the day

An OCT scan is an additional service (£15) and is not covered by the NHS free eye tests – charges still apply. In this advanced eye test we will:

Do everything included in a standard eye test
Scan your eyes using the OCT machine which produces 3D imagery of what goes on beneath the surface.
Data from the test will be saved to your file and any subsequent scans will automagically compare previous results, making it easy to see any concerning changes in your eye health or vision


Free Eye Exams

You may be entitled to a free eye examination if any of the following applies to you

If you receive:

Income support
Job-seekers allowance – Income based only
Pension credit guaranteed
Income based employment and support allowance (not contribution based)
An HC2 certificate in your or your partners name
NHS tax credit exemptions in your or your partners name
Disabled persons tax credit at the full rate or DPTC reduced by £70 or less

If you are:

Aged 60 or over
Under 16
Aged 16, 17 or 18 and in full time education
Registered blind or partially blind
Aged 40 or over and a parent, brother, sister or child of a person with Glaucoma
Diagnosed with diabetes or Glaucoma, or you’ve been advised by an ophthalmologist that you are at risk of Glaucoma
A prisoner on leave from prison
Eligible for the NHS complex lens voucher – your optometrist can advise you about your entitlement


Eye Tests

How often should i have an eye test?

You should have your eyes tested every two years, although children and some eye conditions may require more frequent checks. Regular eye examinations are important for vision and healthcare and can help identify conditions such as dementia, diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, arthritis, glaucoma and tumours.

Do you offer sight testing at your retail store?

Yes. We currently carry out sight testing on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. All of our eye examinations are carried out by our fully qualified optometrist. You can check for availability and book a test by completing the form on the booking page. Standard eye tests cost £25 and OCT scans are an additional £15. See the booking page for more information.

What can i expect at a typical eye exam?

During the eye test, patients will undergo a series of evaluations to assess their focus, depth perception, responsiveness to light and eye health as well as checking for any general health issues. Before the test begins, a complete patient history will be taken, and any vision problems or symptoms will be reviewed. Once these tests and examinations are complete, the optometrist can determine if any vision correction such as glasses are needed.

Who will be carrying out the eye examination?

Dr Hardip Sangha is a GOC registered optometrist and he is committed to the highest clinical and ethical standards. He is able to identify general health issues (such as diabetes and high blood pressure) and detect defects in vision and ocular health.