Romin Optical provides eye exams, prescription eyeglasses and sunglasses, contact lenses, designer frames, sunglasses and safety eyewear.
Our store is designed to reflect the high quality of our products and service as well as to provide a relaxed and stylish environment. We pride ourselves on our customer service and friendly and professional staff. Our store is located in Cambridge, Ontario at 525 Saginaw Parkway, south of Highway 401 between Townline Road and Franklin Boulevard. We are right across form The Mother Teresa Catholic Elementary School. Located next to the Saginaw Medical Centre and Walk-in Clinic, Cambridge Drugs and Infinite Dental.
Romin Optical is the destination store for contemporary designer eyewear. From the latest big brand sunglasses to designer spectacle frames, Romin Optical carries the widest choice for the discerning customer.
We stock the latest eyewear from the most desirable brands including Tom Ford, Ray Ban, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Persol, Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Versace, Gucci, and many more. A more comprehensive list of the brands we carry is listed below. Please call us to ensure the availability of your brand.
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