As a student, you need to focus on studying, assignments, projects, and learning. Life brings you many challenges that involves worrying about your health, eating well, exercising and managing your finances. We know it’s tough managing everything so at Kodak Lens Vision Centres we want to make sure your eye care needs are taken care of. We have all the bells and whistles such as our online systems to book appointments and submitting your insurance claims directly, advanced eye care technology, transparent pricing and a wide range of eye care products, eyewear and services.

Our experienced and personable Optometrists, Opticians and Optometric Assistants would like to offer you a remarkable eye care experience to ensure you’re seeing the best for success! Your eye health is important to us so not only we educate you about your eyes and recommend the best visual solutions, we provide exclusive discounts to university students.

Kodak Lens | Toronto Eyecare 20/20 Student Offer:

Special Promotion: Free Retinal Photographs until December 31st, 2017*

Eyewear packages start at $95, which includes the frame, lenses and the Kodak CleAR anti-glare and anti-scratch coatings. We have a wide eyewear selection from Smart to Designer frames.

We are also part of the Student Care Network. Check out their website to see if your university or college is on the list. If your university or college is involved with Student Care then we can provide you:

  • $50 for eye exam
  • $75 off when you spend $250 or more
  • 30% off when you spend less than $250
  • Direct Insurance Billing Available

Here’s the full list of StudentCare’s universities and colleges in Ontario:

  1. University of Waterloo undergraduate students(FEDS)
  2. CCNM  Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (NSA)
  3. McMaster University (GSA)
  4. CMCC  Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College Students’ Council
  5. Sheridan College (SSU)
  6. Queen’s University (AMS)
  7. WLU  Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Students’Association (GSA)
  8. University of Waterloo graduate students (GSA)
  9. Sault College (SCSU)
  10. Mohawk College (MSA)
  11. UWO  The University of Western Ontario Society of Graduate Students (SOGS)
  12. Carleton University Undergraduate Students(CUSA)
  13. University of Toronto Graduate Students’ Union(UTGSU)
  14. OCADU
  15. University of Toronto Students’ Union (UTSU)
  16. Conestoga Students Inc (CSI)
  17. University of Windsor Students Alliance (UWSA)

See in store for more details and let’s help you See The Colours of Life. Known for quality and superior optical technology, Kodak Lenses is a dependable brand you know and trust.

*Promotion is available at all of our Kodak Lens Vision Centres
* Retinal scan technology available at all Kodak Lens Vision Centres

Member to Member Savings Program Kodak Lens Vision Centres

Kodak Lens Vision Centre | eyeTrust Network is offering a complimentary eye exam and parking with the purchase of our Designer eyeglasses package starting at $295. Package includes designer frame, lenses with KODAK CleAR anti-reflective and scratch resistant coating, microfiber cloth, case and lens cleaner kit.

Members and their employees can bring in their Member – To – Member Savings card and receive an exclusive complimentary eye exam.

Members and their employees can experience the exclusive eyeTrust+ Visual Analysis (Limited Time Offer).

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Kodak Lens Vision Centre | eyeTrust Network is offering 20% off eye exams for all Board of Trade members.

Members and their employees can bring in their Member – To – Member Savings card and receive an exclusive comprehensive eye exam for $68.

Members and their employees can experience the exclusive eyeTrust+ Visual Analysis (Limited Time Offer).

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Kodak Lenses for kids is a brand that you can trust.

We’re dedicated to children’s healthy eye sight – because nothing is more important than helping their learning and growth.

We know that 80% of children’s learning is vision based; that’s why we take their eye sight seriously.  The challenge is that children with vision issues may not realize they are not seeing well, and are unlikely to ask for help.

As a result, almost 20% of school age children have a correctable vision issue that would impact their ability to learn in school.  60% of children with a learning disability require glasses to see.

Eye exams are covered under OHIP, up to the age of 20, when you show your child’s health card.  Though it may seem odd, eye exams are recommended for children starting at 6 months old and annually from the age of 3 and up.  Make sure your child receives an annual check up to ensure they get a 20/20 start.