Q: How can I see if the frames fit me?
A: We have a "Virtual Mirror" so you can see how our frames look on your face. Just upload your picture and you can try on our entire collection without leaving your home.
Q: I have my Dr. Prescription, what now?
A: Great! All you have to do is fill out your prescription online on the product page, or scan it and email it to us. The website will recommend the correct lens package based on your prescription specs.
Q: Do you have progressive or bifocal lenses?
A: We sure do! Click here to find your perfect pair of multifocals.
Q: Do you offer prescription sunglasses?
A: We certainly do! Most of our sunglasses can be made with prescription, transition or tinted lenses. Most of our regular prescription glasses can be converted into sunglasses as well! Check out our Rx Sunglasses.
Q: Can I get simple reading glasses on your site?
A: Sure thing. You don't even have to pay extra for the lenses - our single vision lenses are free!
Q: How do I get my prescription?
A: If you've purchased prescription glasses on our website before, the prescription you used previously will be saved. If you need a new prescription, you'll need to visit your eyecare specialist for an eye exam.
If you've had an exam in the last two years, you can ask for a copy of your prescription
Q: Do you have lenses that adjust to light?
A: Yes, we offer glasses with Photochromic lenses, which darken outdoors and clear up indoors.
Q: What are your lenses made of?
A: Our lenses are made out of CR-39, a lightweight optical polymer that provides stellar vision quality and is more durable than glass. You can upgrade the lenses with scratch-resistant, UV protection and anti-glare coatings.
Q: Do you have non-prescription frames?
A: Yes we do. All of the frames on our site can be bought as non-prescription glasses.
Q: Do you take insurance?
A: We are an out-of-network provider for most vision insurance plans. Claiming your benefit is is really simple. To learn more, go to our vision insurance page..
Q: What if my glasses are damaged?
A: If your glasses got banged up and you are within the warranty period you can return and replace them. just contact our customer service department and you will be advised how to proceed.
So if you're thinking about getting glasses, go online. It's just a