Are you looking for an optometrist in the Grand Falls-Windsor and Lewisporte areas? Howlett Optical offers you vision care that’s backed with 38 years of experience and the most advanced equipment for accurate eye exams in Central Newfoundland.
Howlett Optical offers you:
A vast selection of designer frames and lenses
An onsite lab for same-day service (often within an hour)
Prompt appointments at one of our two convenient Central Newfoundland locations
Promotions and deals
If you must wear glasses every day, you should love wearing them! At Howlett Optical, you can try on more than 3,000 frames from the best designers now in the market. We are authorized distributors for popular brands such as Maui Jim and offer several discounts and promotions to make your favourite frames more affordable.
Making the glasses in our onsite lab ensures that your lenses are made precisely to your prescription and fitted by our licensed opticians to ensure your comfort and good vision. Your glasses will also be protected with our 2-year guarantee!
At Howlett Optical, you’ll find all the selection, speed and state-of-the-art technology that you might find at an optical chain with the kind of personal attention and service that’s only possible in a neighbourhood business. Our optometrists have been with us for years, developing ongoing relationships with local families and individuals. That familiarity helps us stay alert to the changes in your vision health and overall wellness in a way that online retailers and chain stores cannot.
Make an appointment at either Howlett Optical location and see for yourself the difference your local optometrist can make to how well you see – and how much time and money you can save! Call us to schedule eye exams for your whole family.
Did you know…
Our eyes are not designed for continually peering at monitors and tiny phone screens. Protect your eyes from eye strain with the 20/20/20 rule: every 20 minutes, take 20 seconds to look at something 20 feet or further away to help your eyes readjust. Ask us about lens coatings to protect your eyes from glare.
A study by the American Optometric Association, the Optical Laboratories Association and The Vision Council found 45% of glasses ordered online had incorrect prescriptions or safety issues, 29% had at least one lens that failed to meet the prescription, and 25% of children’s lenses failed impact resistance testing.
Remember the online controversy about the dress being blue and black or white and gold? Depending on the light in which you looked at the photo, and an optical phenomenon called colour constancy, your brain compensates for shadows in an image by interpreting colours in shadow as being lighter.