OPSM Australia Overview
Looking for best eye care retailer services in Australia then pay a visit to OPSM stores that are working since 1932.
The company is now working under the ownership of Luxottica and is headquartered in Sydney, Australia.
When was it started?
The company was founded in Sydney in 1932 with the first store in Macquarie St and soon became the leading eye care and eyewear retailer in Australia and New Zealand with over 80 years of history.
They focussed on planning out and offering the best technology with an option to raise the standard of eye health and eye care.
OPSM has a wide range of international brands on the list of optical frames and sunglasses plus the contact lens types include daily disposable, fortnightly, monthly and multifocal contacts.
They are actively working in Australia and New Zealand also with some locations in Singapore, Hong Kong, and Malaysia.
Luxottica, the Italian eyewear giant acquired the company in 2003 when it was already working on its 461 stores with other brands like Budget Eyewear and Laubman & Pank.
Why they are so popular?
The company is part of the international Luxottica group and is the largest retailer of eyeglasses in Australia and New Zealand with some outlets.
They are now having 400+ stores that provide full eye tests and experienced personal frame stylists to give advice on choosing the right frames and lenses.
They provide you with an extensive selection of the latest style from renowned brands including Oakley, Prada, Versace, and Ray-Ban plus offer you free delivery on purchase.
They also have an easy mode of payment using Visa, Mastercard, American Express and PayPal with a 30-day return policy on sunglasses and frames.
Now the have a new store in a list that is well designed to create a unique, interactive customer experience. They are growing with a wide range of cheaper, fast fashion eye wears especially for prescription glasses.
What’s their current status?
Under Luxottica, they are operating out 324 corporate stores and 48 franchises as per the report on 31st December 2017 and has recently opened a flagship store in Hawthorn, Victoria named as ‘Eyehub’ in order to shorten the gap between ophthalmology and optometry.