Thursday, 20 October 2016

Rimless Silver Specs

Pair of rimless reading glasses with silver coloured nose-bridge. These silver rimless reading glasses with polycarbonate lenses and flexible, soft-touch, matt black temples, maximise both style and comfort.

  • Brand: Peek
  • Colour: Silver/Matt Black
  • Polycarbonate lenses, 45mm x 22mm
  • PD: 62mm
  • Supplied with hard spectacle case

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Ideal Office Specs

comment here. With clean, modern lines, a comfort nose bridge and longer arm/temple length of 145mm these fashionable spectacles are ideal for the office.

  • Colour: Grey/Orange
  • Arm length: 145mm
  • Supplied with elasticated retainer tube.

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Monday, 3 October 2016

Typically Vintage

Pair of women's, vintage style plastic spectacles, in blue, with white polka dots. Frame reference Betty

Women's vintage style plastic spectacles.

  • Colour: blue with white polka dot.
  • PD: 62mm
  • Matching pouch.

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Thursday, 1 September 2016

Rich Burgundy

Women's spectacles in burgundy coloured plastic. Frame reference BA-123C

Fashionably styled women's spectacles featured in a deliciously rich burgundy colour.

  • Sprung hinges.
  • Reading lenses glazed in the UK.
  • Available up to +4.00 dioptres.

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Thursday, 23 June 2016

Deep Purple

Pair of deep purple coloured reading glasses. Frame reference BA-123D

These fashionably styled plastic spectacle frames are featured in a deep purple colour.

  • Sprung hinges.
  • Reading lenses glazed in the UK.
  • Available up to +4.00 dioptres.

Reading Glasses by Daniel Cullen

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Rugged Caterpillar Frames

Pair of rugged spectacles in a frame by Caterpillar eyewear. Frame reference K10 101

This pair of reading glasses in a rugged spectacle frame by Caterpillar is now available within the designer eyewear section of our website.

  • Hand crafted acetate frame.
  • Precision stamped logo.
  • Colour: amber streak.

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Thursday, 26 May 2016


pair of gold coloured half-moon shaped reading glasses. These half-moon reading glasses are glazed in the UK with thin, lightweight, impact resistant Trivex lenses up to and including +4.00 dioptres.

The lens shape is ideal for peering over the top without the need to wear them on the tip of your nose.

  • Gold coloured.
  • Spring hinges.
  • Glazed in the UK.

Reading Glasses by Daniel Cullen

Wednesday, 25 May 2016

Anyone for Turquoise?

Pair of turquoise coloured plastic spectacles. Frame reference BA-130J

As these rather lovely turquoise spectacle frames are individually glazed to order, we are able to offer them in a wide choice of lens strengths up to and including +4.00 dioptres.


  • Height of fashion.
  • Classic design.
  • Glazed in the UK.

Reading Glasses by Daniel Cullen

Friday, 20 May 2016

Let's Get Ready to Rattle

pair of reading sunglasses with unusual snakeskin effect frame. Frame reference 'Savannah'.

This stylish pair of sunglasses for reading has a modern frame and dark grey UV400 lenses. It can be found within the reading sunglasses section of our website.

  • Pattern design: Rattler.

  • +1.50
  • +2.00
  • +2.50
  • +3.00

Reading Glasses by Daniel Cullen

Thursday, 19 May 2016

Retro Oval

Pair of gold coloured, oval-shaped reading glasses. Quite Fabulous!

Frame reference 'B-220 Gold'.

These sprung-hinged reading glasses in an oval-shaped retro spectacle frame are now available within the metal frames section of our website.

  • Unisex design.
  • Glazed by a UK optical laboratory.
  • Available as frame only with 10% discount.

What's not to like?

Reading Glasses by Daniel Cullen

Monday, 29 February 2016

It's a leap day!

pair of reading glasses on shelfAs it's the 29th February and because this very special leap day only comes around every four years; from now until midnight, spend just £10 and we will lovingly package your order for £1 only and send it on its merry way.

Did you know: One complete revolution of the Earth around the Sun takes approximately 365 days and 6 hours. An extra 24 hours thus accumulates every four years, requiring that an extra calendar day be added to align the calendar with the sun's apparent position.
Thanks Wikipedia

Reading Glasses by Daniel Cullen