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on all orders within the U.S. (Free shipping not available for certain exchange orders, or orders to Alaska, Hawaii, U.S. territories or international destinations.)
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PROCESSING TIME + SHIPPING TIME = DELIVERY TIME
Processing Time is 3-5 business days for:
Processing Time is 10-12 business days or prescription eyeglasses and prescription sunglasses.
To determine your Delivery Time, just add 5 or 12 to the Shipping Times in the chart above.
Processing Time includes our 6-step quality-control inspection. Our priority is to get your order right -- and then to get it to you as quickly as possible.
• Local import customs fees (VAT and Duties) are not included in the total on the checkout page. If your country's laws require you to pay these fees. i-Parcel, our logistics partner specializing in customs fees, will help facilitate this payment and will send you an email once your package is ready to go through customs.
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• Processing starts on the next business day for orders placed after business hours.
• Delivery Time may vary based on several factors. Your order may arrive sooner or later than estimated.
•One of our certified opticians will contact you if we anticipate a delay in completing your order.
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Select the type of lens you want from the choices below. If you have questions or need help, one of our lens specialists will be happy to help you with this step. Just call us at 1-866-398-0123.
Lenses without any correction.
Available in plastic or polycarbonate.
A modest correction without the necessity of a doctor’s prescription.
Available in plastic or polycarbonate.
Lenses with one area of focus: near, distance or immediate.
A Digital Upgrade is available. Digital lenses reduce distortion and provide exceptional visual clarity and a noticeable improvement in peripheral viewing.
A clear, wide correction for near and intermediate viewing (up to 7 feet). Ideal for reading computer screens and printed materials.
Available in plastic or polycarbonate.
Available only with digitalupgrade.
Available only with premium AR (anti-reflective to minimize glare)-- at no extra charge
Designed using the new 3D Virtual Reality System for realistic simulation evaluation.
Multi-polar astigmatic correction improves panoramic vision and image stability.
More Info on Progressive Lenses
Progressive lenses provide correction for both near and distance viewing. The distance prescription is at the top of the lens, with a gradual change to the reading prescription at the bottom of the lens. The progressive change makes it possible to provide multiple corrections with no visible lines on the lens.
Our progressive lenses are the best, most technologically advanced progressives on the market. Our patented design results in lenses that are up to 25% flatter in profile. Wearers love the superior optical performance, as well as the slimmer, lighter, more attractive look of our progressive eyewear.
All of our progressive lenses come with the digital upgrade. We offer two levels of progressive lenses, Silver Progressive and Gold Progressive.
Our most technologically advanced design.
Up to 40% wider visual fields.
A truly customized lens, with an exact prescription for near, an exact prescription for intermediate, and an exact prescription for distance.
Unsurpassed visual clarity in the nearand intermediate viewing zones.
Standard single vision lenses have been a popular choice for generations for people who require a moderate correction.
a $ upgrade (highly recommended!) It is now possible to enjoy High Definition clarity in single vision lenses. Using digital technology, your single vision lenses are customized to your individual prescription and frame selection.
High Definition lenses are included free with Progressive lenses.
Progressive lenses are an optician’s most complicated correction. High definition clarity is essential to achieve the best results with your progressives.
MyGlasses.com includes HD at no extra charge to Silver Progressive and Gold Progressive users.
High Definition lenses are included free with Computer/Office lenses.
Digital HD lenses provide the clarity that is so important which you spend considerable time looking at computer screens, papers and books.
MyGlasses.com includes HD at no additional charge to our Computer/Office lens users.
High: almost touching your forehead
Medium: most common
Low: your eyes look over your glasses
Select the lens material you want for your lenses. If you want help from one of our lens specialists, call 1-866-398-0123. We are always happy to help..
Select the lens material you want for your lenses. If you want help from one of our lens specialists, call 1-866-398-0123. We are always happy to help.
Choose the brand and model of lenses you want from the choices below. Your choices are based on what is available for your chosen lens type and lens material. If you want help fromone of our lens specialists in picking the best brand and model for you, give us a call at 1-866-398-0123
To ask our lens specialists about lens tinting, give us a call at (866) 398-0123.
These lenses are clear indoors and at night. But when they are exposed to light, they become tinted.
These are our most responsive lenses to changing levels of brightness.
Transition lenses block 100% of eye-damaging UVA and UVB rays.
When you return indoors, the lenses quickly become clear again.
Everyone should own a pair of quality polarized sunglasses.
Polarized lenses block blinding glare.
Polarized lenses enhance visual acuity and color contrast.
Polarized lenses block 100% of harmful UVA and UVB rays.
Excellent vision is critical when driving.
These lenses were designed with drivers in mind.
The bright lights of daytime and nighttime glare can be a problem. These lenses provide the perfect combination of transition tinting and anti-glare polarization to keep your driving vision excellent during all lighting conditions.
Crisp, sharp vision and vivid color contrasts outdoors -- minus the glare.
These lenses don’t just adapt to changing light, they polarize as they darken.These are the only everyday lenseswith variable polarization.
These lenses block 100% of UVA and UVB rays.
These lenses look like regular eyeglasses, with a trendy twist: The lens are tinted! 12 colors to pick from.
Make a fashion statement indoors, while enjoy solid protection outdoors.
Outdoors, the tint provides solid protection against sun and glare.
UV radiation from the sun can cause serious eye damage, including cataracts, macular degeneration and other eye diseases. Our UV Protection coating protects against all three kinds of UV rays (UVA, UVB and UVC).
Crisp, clear reflection-free viewing. Ideal for any lens wearer, especially computer users and night-time drivers. With this coating, lenses are also easier to clean and more scratch-resistant.
The best choice for maximum clarity. This coating repels water, oil and grime, so your lenses are easier to clean and they stay clean longer. This coating also provides the best scratch resistance protection.
Great choice for maximum clarity with best eye protection. MyGlasses.com lenses help protect your eyes from harmful Blue-Violet light in everyday surroundings including sunlight, indoor lighting, and most digital screens.
You have selected Computer/Office lenses, which come with Premium Anti-reflective/ Anti-glare coating at no extra charge. Premium AR/AG is the best choice for maximum clarity. This coating repels water, oil and grime, so your lenses are easier to clean and they stay clean longer. This coating also provides the best scratch resistance protection.
Enter your prescription in the chart below. If you do not want to or are unable to enter your prescription, proceed to “Other Ways to Provide Your Prescription.”
Attach the photo to an email and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org . In the body of the email, provide your order number, your name, telephone number, email address and the date you placed your online order.
Send a copy of prescription at 1-914-246-2445 (Please include your name and order number)
PD stands for “Pupillary Distance,” the distance between your pupils in millimeters. This measurement helps us make sure your lenses are correctly aligned with your pupils.
Actually, you have two PDs: your “distance PD” and your “near PD.” The measurement we need depends on what kind of lenses you are ordering.
If you already know your PD measurements, enter them in the box below. (If you have just one PD measurement, enter it in the distance PD field.)
* If ordering Computer or Progressive lenses for the best results please enter both Papillary Distance measurements or at least Distance/Near PD
1. You can measure your PD yourself. It’s easy. Click on "submit" to save your order, so you don’t lose the info you have entered so far. Then go to: "How to Measure Your PD." Come back to this screen later clicking on "Edit Frame" in the shopping cart.
2. Let MyGlasses.com measure your PD for you. Just check the box below:
Please measure my PD for me. I am sending you a pair of my eyeglasses. (Instructions on how to send us your glasses are on our "How to Measure Your PD" page.)
“PD” stands for “pupillary distance,” the distance between your pupils in millimeters. We use this measurement to make sure the centers of your lenses are correctly aligned with your pupils.
Any optometrist or optician you have used in the past should have a record of your PD. A PD measurement taken years ago is still good; PD does not change for adults. So learning your PD may be as simple as making a phone call. Many optometrists and opticians are happy to give you the information; after all, you paid them for their services.
However, unfortunately, some optometrists and opticians will refuse to provide your PD because they don’t want to lose your business. If you can’t obtain your PD from your optometrist, here are a couple of other simple suggestions:
Many opticians are happy to measure your PD for free or for a small fee. Our customers tell us that the optical stands at some of the large “big box” stores and department stores are especially glad to provide this service.
Send us an old pair of your prescription glasses and we will measure it ourselves. Include a note with your name, telephone number, email address and the date you submitted your online order. We will return the old glasses with the new glasses we create for you. Remember, your PD doesn’t change, so any pair of eyeglasses that once gave you a good correction will work fine. [Need to add instructions on how to send the glasses.]
If you need to measure your own PD, it’s not hard to do. Actually, you have two PDs: your “distance PD” and your “near PD.” When you focus on a close object, your pupils move slightly closer to each other, resulting in a slightly lower PD.
Many optical companies, including most of our online competitors, ask for just one PD measurement. At MyGlasses.com, our goal is to provide the highest quality prescription lenses with the absolute best correction possible. Our customers will tell you that the lenses we provide often surpass the quality of lenses they have previously obtained at brick and mortar stores.
One example of our attention to quality and detail is our request for two PD measurements for some lens types. Here’s what we request, depending on the kind of glasses you are ordering:
Here are three methods to measure your distance PD. Each of these methods is simple and accurate. Use whichever method is most convenient for you. For peace of mind, measure your PD using more than one method to confirm your results.
Regardless of the method used, your measurement should be in millimeters and should fall within the range of 48 to 75 mm, with an average of about 60 mm for women and 64 for men.
1. Put on a pair of glasses. Any glasses will do -- your current glasses, a previous pair of glasses or even someone else’s glasses. Hold your head straight and make sure the glasses are setting as you would normally wear them.
2. Have a marker handy. It can be a non-permanent marker, a “white-out” marker, or a make-up pencil.
3. Have something handy to cover one eye, such as an index card or a magazine.
4. Focus on an object in the distance. Don’t focus on something too close.
5. While covering your left eye (don’t close it; just cover it up), use your marker to put a dot on your right lens so that the dot is directly over the object you are looking at.
6. Do the same for the left eye.
7. If you have done those steps correctly, when both eyes are open and focused on the distant object, the two dots should appear as one single dot.
8. Using a millimeter ruler, measure the distance between the two dots. Remember, we want your PD in millimeters. The distance between those two dots is your distance PD.
Method 2: The Black Strip Method
1. Using a piece of black or dark paper, measure a strip that is exactly 60 millimeters long and about half an inch wide. After you have cut out the paper strip, double check to make sure it is exactly 60 millimeters.
2. Tape the black strip to your forehead so that it is centered over both eyes, just above your eyebrows.
3. Have a friend take a photo of your face. Stand at least five feet away from the camera and look straight into the camera. Ask your friend to use the zoom to take a picture of your face. The black strip gives us the scale we need to measure your PD.
4. Attach the photo to an email and send it to email@example.com . In the body of the email, provide your order number, your name, telephone number, email address and the date you placed your online order.
Method 3: The Compass Method
Find a compass -- not the kind that points north, but the kind you used back in geometry class.
Stand in front of a mirror, more than three feet away to get a distance PD. Then, while observing your reflection in the mirror, adjust the two compass points until they are directly in front of your two pupils. Hold the points close to your pupils, but don’t poke yourself. Now use your millimeter ruler to measure the distance between the two points.
If you are ordering readers, computer/office or progressive lenses, we also request your near PD. Here’s how to measure that:
Method 1: The Old Glasses Method:
Follow the Old Glasses Method described above. However, at Step 4, instead of focusing on an object in the distance, stand in front of a mirror, no more than 3 feet away, and look at your reflection.
Then, while covering one eye, use your marker to place a dot on your other lens, exactly at the center of your pupil. Repeat with the other eye. Using a millimeter ruler, measure the distance between the two dots. That is your near PD.
Method 2: The Black Strip Method:
Follow the Black Strip Method described above. Except this time, stand much closer to the camera. Pretend the camera is a book or computer screen and try to read it. When you send us that photo, make sure to mention in your email that it was taken for a near PD measurement.
Method 3: The Compass Method:
Follow the Compass Method described above. However, this time stand as close to the mirror as you can, as close you would if the mirror was a book or a computer screen.
After you have obtained or measured distance and/or near PD measurements or have taken the necessary photos, provide the necessary information on this PD form:
HD Upgrade :0.00
Edge Polish :$9.99
UV Coating :0.00
AR Coating :0.00
Total Price :$0.00