Topic: Specsavers

Better Eyewear Means Fewer Dead Cats, Says Amusing Specsavers Ad Look closer

The best performance by a cat in a TV commercial this week goes to the fluffy mess in this new British spot for eyewear maker Specsavers. Not that the veterinarian…

May 17, 2013, 3:53 PM EDT

Gordon Ramsay Unimpressed by Naked Man in Specsavers Ad Sometimes a sauna isn't just a sauna

Here's the latest commercial from cheeky British eyewear brand Specsavers. In it, a blind-as-a-bat man enjoys a nice relaxing time in the hotel sauna—before everything suddenly goes to pot. Gordon…

October 17, 2011, 1:09 PM EDT

Specsavers plumbs depths in 'Das Boot' ad

We're on a roll with the crazy animals. Last week we had the big amorous gorilla, the pat-a-cake-playing walrus and the singing octopus. And this week already we've seen…

July 19, 2010, 4:19 PM EDT

Specsavers feels England's World Cup pain

Specsavers, the U.K. eyewear chain with the famously amusing ads, has whipped up a great World Cup-themed ad in the wake of England's embarrassing loss to Germany on Sunday.…

June 29, 2010, 3:26 PM EDT

Specsavers spoofs famous BBH ad for Lynx

Specsavers, the U.K. eyewear retailer known for its amusing adverts, created this enjoyable spoof (posted below) of the notorious "Billions" ad for Lynx body spray. See the original…

March 15, 2010, 10:17 AM EDT

Specsavers seeing things in crop-circles ad

Last we checked in with Specsavers, the U.K. optical chain with the fun ads, they were celebrating their 25th birthday with a sperm-themed spot. Now, they've moved on…

January 27, 2010, 12:06 PM EST

Specsavers pioneers little sperm spectacles

Here's an amusing commercial from U.K. optician Specsavers, celebrating its 25th birthday. As sperm-themed ads go, this one's up there with the Belgian bank spot with the resourceful sperm who…

January 5, 2010, 9:42 AM EST

U.K. Specsavers ads are worth a closer look

U.K. optician chain Specsavers doesn't have an ad agency. And let's hope they never hire one, because their commercials, created in-house, are so consistently amusing, they're developing a well-earned cult…

May 18, 2009, 10:24 AM EDT