1/ Once you have chosen your New frame Click the Buy/Personalise Button.
This will take you to Lens types and Optional Extras page.
2/ I use my glasses for
Click the Down Arrow and chose what you want to use your glasses for.
3/ Optional Extras
If you require any coatings, Thin lenses or tints Click the Down Arrowe and choose.
4/ Your Prescription
This is where you simply key in the details of your prescription.
Remembering to supply your PD (Pupil Distance) if you have that information.
Insert the quantity and ADD to Basket this will show you the breakdown in your
shopping basket given you the total price.
(for Reading or Distance) lenses are our standard lens and are what is required by most of our patients. They are made to your prescription strength and either suit glasses for patients with 'short-sightedness' or 'long-sightedness'.
We recommend them to everyone who has not been specifically advised to get bifocal or other lenses. Single vision CR39 Plastic Hardcoat lenses are included in the price of your frame
Bifocal lenses can be ordered at an extra charge of only £35, and are for customers who require 2 strengths of lenses.
As standard we use D28 bifocal lenses. These are 28mm wide "D" shaped segments that are positioned vertically 3mm below the centre of the lens and horizontally are centred on your pupillary distance.
If you would like them to be positioned further up or down (higher or lower) then do state on your order.
Just go through the normal order process, and choose 'bifocal lenses' from I use my glasses for.
Reduced reflections of the surface of your lenses, you’ll see more clearly
They are better for driving at night.
Beauty treatment for your eyes. Thinner lenses improve the appearance of your glasses, especially if you have a high prescription.
Can be used as a cosmetic advantage with a light tint or you can have a dark tint
to uses as sunglasses.
Unlike ordinary sunglasses, polarising lenses eliminate 99.9% of glare from horizontal surfaces such as roads, water and snow. Once you’ve seen the difference you won’t want to wear ordinary sunglasses again.
Why wear photochromic lenses?
Many people wear these lenses and find them convenient, as they automatically darken in the sunshine and can avoid the need for you to carry prescription sunglasses. Modern photochromic materials react and fade quickly, suit most prescriptions and are more likely to be lightweight plastic than glass.