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At Eyecone Optical Shop we have a large frame selection and extensive prescription range so we can cater for all your eye wear needs.
We are run by qualified opticians and have 24 years experience in optics so you can guarantee your glasses will be made to the same high standards as high street opticians but at cheaper prices.

We ship most Domestic orders within 24 hours, so you don't have to wait to get what you need.

At Eyecone Optical Shop, our goal is to provide you with courteous, expedient, professional service of the highest caliber. Browse our Website for more information about Online Optical Shop.

Ask the Optometrist

Doctor available in premises.We have Independent Optometrists who are licensed to examine your eyes using the latest Equipment.

Appointment must required

If Emergency, please call for walk in

What We Do


We care about your overall eye health and vision.Since the optometrist, optician and expert stylists are all nearby, we can work together to give you the best care quickly and efficiently. Providing the best services as possible. We have Independent Optometrists who are licensed to examine your eyes using the latest Equipment.


We have created easy and simple methods to work with all insurance Companies. We will contact them provide them with your personal prescription details at no cost to you. If you are not covered by insurance other than OHIP we suggest you to visit the OHIP Coverage for Eye care Service.

Eye Examinations

Optometrists recommend getting a comprehensive eye examination. Nothing is more important than an annual eye exam. Regular check-ups help you maintain the best vision and can detect a number of eye ailments before they turn into something more serious, such as cataracts or retinal problems to name a few.


We recommend children start having their vision examined by an optometrist at about 4-5 years of age. During the appointment, inform the doctor if any of the following can be applied to your child:
  • Excessive blinking
  • Frequent eye rubbing
  • Failure to maintain eye contact
  • Failed a vision screening at school or by a pediatrician
  • Family history of strabismus, amblyopia, or eye diseases

Visual Field Test

A test to measure how much vision and/or vision loss you have. This is a good way to monitor the progression of vision loss, to determine if it is affecting your daily tasks. This test can help doctors determine if there are eye diseases, brain disorders and/or glaucoma effecting your quality of vision in advance. People with the following condition should ask their eye doctor if a visual field test is required:
  • Glaucoma
  • Hyperthyroidism
  • Pituitary gland disorder
  • Uncontrolled diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Stroke