Delaware County Optical Shop
A Media Institution Since 1992
Special Spring | Easter | Passover Week Schedule
Saturday, April 13th – 9AM to Noon
Monday, April 15th – 9AM to 4PM
Tuesday, April 16th – 9AM to 7PM
Wednesday, April 17th – 9AM to 3PM
Thursday, April 18th – 9AM to 4PM
Friday, April 19th – 9AM to 1PM
Saturday, April 20th – CLOSED
We’ll reopen during our normal hours on Monday, April 22nd.
I just wanted to say how much I love the Blutech lenses (that Lacey recommended). I wore them at work yesterday for the first time and had no headaches at all. I never know if a headache will turn into a migraine so I am happy to have these lenses, I’m going to wear them everyday!
The digital lenses are so much better. There’s the clarity, the precise focus for “my eyes”, the glare reduction… I could go on and on. There was absolutely no dizziness like I had with regular progressive lenses! There is no comparison.
I just want you to know that my vision is much better with the high definition glasses. I am not straining to see like I was before. Also, your staff was very kind and gracious to help me afford the more expensive lens. I really appreciate your care and the care of your staff.
I love this place. I love fun eyeglasses and Media Eye Works never disappoints. I trust Lacey to give me a straight answer on what glasses work for me. So convenient. Expert fitting. And Eileen always lends her positive energy to the experience. I’m a bit addicted.
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