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Spexbay unveils latest outlet in Nugegoda

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Spexbay Business Development Manager Sameera Abeyrathna and the team at the Nugegoda branch   

The Eye Testing (Refraction) Unit installed for customers to get their vision tested

The newly introduced Spexbay branch at Nugegoda

The revolutionary eyewear brand, Spexbay continued its expansion drive with the opening of its latest store in Nugegoda recently. Having established its credentials as an accessible, fashionable and youthful brand, Spexbay’s inclusive approach empowers customers to afford fashionable eyewear at attractive price points. 

Led by a vision to bring quality eyewear to a broader and young audience in a market dominated by the two extremes of expensive brands or low quality eyewear, Spexbay has taken the middle path, offering quality at affordable prices and putting fashionable eyewear within everyone’s reach in an inclusive manner. Spexbay’s product portfolio consists of eye testing, spectacles, sunglasses and contact lenses, with specialty lenses manufactured and supplied by a Chinese company. 

The new branch features popular brands RT, Polarsun, Vintage, Jhon Leng, Sarkany, FILA, CUVIS and Jasper. Spexbay offers customers the options to purchase its products online via VISA or Mastercard, via mobile, through Mcash, EzCash and Sampath Pay app and also through cash on delivery.

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