Clearly Robson St
961 Robson St, Vancouver BC, V6Z 2V7
Mon to Sun: 10am - 7pm
- • Comprehensive eye exams for all ages
- • Full retinal imagining/OCT technology
- • Contact lens fittings
- • Eyewear returns and exchanges
- • Glasses, PD, and optical measurements
- • Free fitting, adjustment, cleaning and repairs
Get your eyes checked at a Clearly store and we'll give you $20 credit towards your next glasses or contact lenses order.
Full eye exam (19-64 years old)only $95
MSP covers a full eye exam for kids (0-18 years) annually
Senior's full eye exam (65+ years): $20 after MSP coverage
Eye exam & contact lens assessments and fittingsfrom $125
Free Glasses for Kids
Age 10 and under
In-store exclusive: Children age 10 and under get a free pair of kids’ glasses. Please bring their health card and recent prescription.
*Some restrictions apply (details)
Top reasons to get your eyes checked
Adults should get an eye exam every 1-2 years (and kids should have one every year). These are just some of the reasons.
Catch vision issues, help prevent permanent damage and blindness
Eye exams can help identify underlying health issues like diabetes
See clearly in eyewear that's right for your needs and routine
Experience advanced ophthalmic tech (and see your eye in 3D!)
Frequently Asked Questions
Booking a store visit in advance gives you a guaranteed spot in the Clearly Robson St store. You can still come in without an appointment, but it’s always a good idea to secure your spot beforehand, so you don’t have to wait in line if you happen to visit at one the downtown peak times. If you already have an eye exam booked, you don’t need a store appointment.
Routine eye exams aren’t covered by MSP for people between the ages of 19 and 64. Please visit the Government of British Columbia website for more information
The cost of a full eye exam will depend on your vision needs and your optometrist’s expertise. Eye exam prices at Clearly’s partner clinic in Vancouver, Asgarpour Optometry, range as follows:
- $95 for adults between 19 and 64
- MSP in the BC Province provides annual coverage for children (0-18 years)
- $20 copay with MSP coverage for seniors (65 and above)
- Eye exam & contact lens assessments and fittings start from $125
Please visit the Government of British Columbia website for more information.
Most extended benefits programs offer reimbursement for eye exams, so make sure to inquire about your coverage.
We don’t currently offer direct billing for vision insurance. It’s best to keep your receipt and submit a manual claim to your insurance provider for reimbursement after you’ve paid for your eye exam or purchased prescription eyewear from us. For online purchases, we’ll email you a receipt as soon as your order has shipped. You can also find your receipt in your account. Learn how to claim your vision benefits
The prices of our glasses and contacts are the same in-store as they are online. However, we often run exclusive in-store promotions so it’s always worth talking to our experts so we can find the best deal for you.
If we have your contacts in stock, you can pick them up on the same day at our Clearly Robson St location. You’ll need to bring a valid contact lens prescription and show it to the team.
Glasses orders take a little longer, as we have to create your custom lenses and fit them into your chosen frames. We can arrange to ship your glasses directly to you, or you can pick them up in-store. Typically, glasses orders take about 2 weeks. If you ordered your glasses online and want to pick them up in the store, you’ll also need to show us your valid glasses prescription.
There are plenty of pay parking lots near our Robson St location. The nearest one is on Hornby St, across from the Vancouver Art Gallery. You can also find street parking along Robson Street.
An ophthalmologist provides medical and surgical treatments for complex eye conditions. An optometrist, also called an eye doctor, is your healthcare professional for routine eye care: comprehensive eye exams and vision tests. They provide eye prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, and treatments for common eye conditions, such as dry eyes, glaucoma, and eye infections. Our local optometrists can also provide pre- and post-eye surgery care.
If you’re looking for an optometrist in Vancouver, book an eye exam or a store visit with us online.
An optometrist is your healthcare professional for eye care who provides comprehensive eye exams and vision tests, eye prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, and treatments for common eye conditions.
An optician is a technician who generally dispenses glasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses as stated by your optometrist or ophthalmologist on your eye prescriptions. If you need eyewear adjustments or repairs, an optician can also help.
If you’re looking for a local optician or optometrist in Vancouver, book an eye exam or a store visit with us online.
Our optometrists will perform a series of tests in a comprehensive eye exam:
- Refractive issues: nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), astigmatism, or presbyopia
- Overall perception: colour vision, depth perception, and eye coordination
- Assessment of vision loss: “lazy eye” (amblyopia), glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, cataracts, and keratoconus
- Assessment of other health conditions: vascular diseases, neurological diseases, inflammatory diseases, and certain cancers
A regular eye exam every one to two years can help ensure your eyes and overall health are healthy.
On the day of your appointment for an eye exam or routine eye checkup with our optometrists, please bring with you:
- A list of any medications that you currently use
- All pairs of glasses that you currently use
- If you are a contact lens wearer, please wear your glasses to the appointment (if available), and bring your contact lens boxes/foils
- Your provincial health card
According to your optometrist assessment, your eye doctor may prescribe contact lenses if you need vision correction for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, or presbyopia.
Since contacts are medical devices and they are made using different shapes, sizes, and materials, it’s best to seek your optometrist if you’re considering contacts. Book an eye exam today for a valid contact lens prescription and initial contact lens fitting.
According to your optometrist assessment, your eye doctor may prescribe toric contact lenses if you need vision correction for astigmatism. Regular contacts aren’t made with the necessary shape and prescription power to correct blurry vision caused by astigmatism and allow for more object focus. Book an eye exam today for a valid contact lens prescription and initial contact lens fitting.
A comprehensive eye exam examines your vision quality and eye health. If you’re considering contact lenses for the first time or if you need a new prescription, a contact lens exam can help. It includes a contact lens fitting to ensure correct measurements for the ideal lens fit. If you’re considering a new glasses prescription, a comprehensive eye exam is adequate. Learn about the differences between contact lens and glasses prescriptions.
Health and Safety
We're keeping things spick-and-span, with extensive cleaning at regular intervals.
As per provincial regulations, please wear a mask at Clearly Robson St.
Feel free to use our self-serve sanitization stations throughout the store.
Clearly Robson St Optometrists
Our partner optometrists can help you with comprehensive eye exams, contact lens fittings and assessments, and much more!
Dr. Justin Asgarpour, OD
Dr. Asgarpour studied at the University of Alberta and the renowned New England College of Optometry before returning to Canada to launch his own network of clinics, Asgarpour Optometry.More Details +
In 2013, he began working with Clearly as an independent partner and has served as the Chairman of the British Columbia College of Optometrists.
He is passionate about helping people get the best quality vision so they can live their lives to the fullest. To make this happen, he spends his time working to educate and bring awareness about the importance of eye exams to both his patients and the wider community.
Dr. Andrew Asgarpour, OD
Dr. Andrew Asgarpour was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. He studied Biological sciences with a psychology minor at the University of Alberta.More Details +
He then moved onto receive his Doctor of optometry degree from the New England College of Optometry in Boston Massachusetts.
Since his time practicing optometry Dr. Asgarpour has worked in diverse populations and a variety of clinical settings, with an emphasis on pediatrics, contact lenses and ocular disease. He believes in giving the utmost care and attention to all of his patients ensuring each concern is heard and addressed with the quality eye care.
Dr. Nader Kavian
Dr. Nader Kavian studied Medicine at Shiraz university, and after graduating as a medical doctor he completed his residency in ophthalmology as a retinal surgeon.More Details +
Upon graduating in 2001, he practiced in a variety of settings including: university clinics, hospitals, and as an adjunct professor for the faculty of medicine at the University of Shiraz Azad.
After leaving Iran in 2015 he came to canada to pursue a career in Optometry, and completed his education at Waterloo University. Dr. Nader believes his many years of experience in various medical and academic practices will be a real asset to the Asgarpour Optometry team. He strives to ensure every patient is given the time and attention to detail needed in order to address the unique ocular needs each patient has.