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Spexbay launches its first eyewear store in Maharagama


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Spexbay has launched its fashionable optical outlet for the first time in Sri Lanka. Creating a dynamic experience in the busy but upcoming suburb of Maharagama, a popular area for bargaining shopping, Spexbay offers high quality products at affordable prices.

Accessible, fashionable and youthful are the three words that best describe Spexbay. The unique positioning of Spexbay is a mixture of fashionable products for a price that is affordable for everyone. 

Like many other brands, Spexbay products are manufactured in China and the outlet offers eye testing, spectacles, sunglasses and contact lenses. It includes high quality frames, while its specialty lenses are manufactured and supplied by a French company. 

Spexbay has introduced a range of eyewear to cater to kids, students and adults at the new store. The brand Spexbay truly lives up to its promise of offering ‘a clear value’ at the attractive new store in Maharagama, located at No.7, High level Road, Maharagama. 


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