The revival of a key York shopping street continues next month with the opening of a new store.
Acuitis plans to open on Coney Street on Monday 11 July.
The opticians and hearing care brand offers eye tests for £35, free hearing tests, and earwax removal from £40.
Glasses start at £40, according to its website – which is already taking bookings for the York store.
It will be the third Acuitis branch in the UK, after openings in Exeter and Lincoln.
The York store, at 35 Coney Street, is in a building last occupied by phone company EE. EE then moved to Parliament Street.
Daniel Abbitan and his son Jonathan opened their first Acuitis in Geneva in February 2010.
They recruited Frenchman Frédéric Beausoleil to design all their eyewear, and the brand “quickly established itself as a new pioneer on the smart, low-cost market, combining design and healthcare, technology and ethics, fashion and sensible prices,” the website says.
The opening is further good news for Coney Street, after the street suffered a downturn in recent years.
Rosa’s Thai opened its new restaurant on Coney Street at the start of the month.