Christmas orders deadline 3 Dec
Christmas orders deadline 3 Dec

Prescription

 

If you love the look of our sunnies but you wear prescription lenses, fear not, we now offer single-vision prescription lenses with our frames. We can also provide clear and Blue Light Blocker.

How it works:

1. Check our pricing below.
2. Email us your prescription, pupil distance and the frame style and colour.
3. We will email you back to confirm and take payment via PayPal or bank account.
4. We make and dispatch.

Pricing:

Polarised prescription sunglasses +/- 0.00 to 6.00 sphere are $199 + postage
Clear prescription glasses +/-0.00 to 3.00 are $169 + postage
Clear prescription glasses +/- 3.25 to 6.00 are $189 + postage
Blue blocker glasses with no prescription are $149 + postage
Clear readers are $159 + postage 

FAQs:

How long does this take?
It typically takes three weeks to make the lenses.

Do I need a prescription to order prescription lenses?
Yes, you do. Optometrist prescriptions are valid for two years. Sadly, we can’t provide prescription lenses without a valid prescription.

Can I use my contact lens prescription?
Afraid not. A spectacle prescription is different to a contact lens prescription

What is PD?
PD is the distance in millimetres between your pupils and we need this to make your lenses accurately. If your PD is not on your prescription, you should request it from your optometrist or you can either visit a local optometrist and ask to have this measured for free.

Do you do progressive, bifocal or multifocal lenses?
Not at this stage, sorry but if you’re really keen to wear our glasses, you can buy just the frames and give them to your optometrist to fit. Please email us 

What is a blue light filter and why is it worth having?
All devices emit blue light which is thought to cause eyestrain and even upset sleep patterns. We do offer blue light filter lenses.

Do you offer health fund rebates?
Sadly not at this stage.  

Do you returns on prescription orders?
We sadly can't refund prescription glasses due to the costs involved with making your personal script lenses.

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