Our simplified ordering process and 30 Day Lens Guarantee make easy work of adding prescription lenses to your frames. Our expert opticians understand the importance of accuracy and quality in prescription lenses and are focused on meeting your eyewear needs. From single vision to progressive lenses, we have you covered.
With our 3-step ordering process, choosing the right lenses for your designer frames is easy.
Our opticians will call you to verify your prescription before the lab starts working on your order. If you don't understand your prescription or it isn't available, we’re happy to help! You can send us the prescription or request that we contact your eye doctor or optician.
Need your Pupillary Distance (PD)? We can help with that, too—we’ll obtain your PD measurement from a photo.
We use innovative digital lens technology in our rigorous 6-step quality assurance process to ensure your lenses are accurate and free from defects. If your prescription is not 100% accurate, we will replace the lenses free of charge. Contact our Customer Service Department at 1-800-248-9427.
We guarantee the accuracy of your lenses. If your prescription lenses are not 100% accurate, call us within 30 days of receiving your items and we will replace the lenses free of charge. Call our Customer Service Department at 1-800-248-9427.
We’ll even make new lenses for your frames at no additional cost if your doctor changes your prescription within 30 days of your receiving an order. For prescription changes 31 to 90 days after receiving your order, we will make new lenses at 50 percent off.
Note: Frames cannot be exchanged under the lens guarantee. Replacement lenses must be the same type, material, and come with the same options as you originally ordered.
Our prescription lenses are also covered by a 12-month manufacturer's warranty. The warranty for lenses covers manufacturing defects such as peeling coatings and broken nose pads. Damage that occurs due to rough handling, incorrect cleaning, or tampering does not qualify for warranty coverage
Our expert opticians are available to help you choose the right lenses to suit your prescription and frames. Follow these three steps to choose your prescription lenses.
Single Vision lenses correct for either distance or near vision and include one corrective power. This is the most common lens type.
Bifocal lenses offer two corrective fields with a visible line to separate them. Bifocals are most often indicated for people with presbyopia to prevent the need for multiple pairs of glasses.
Progressive lenses, also called 'No-Line Bifocals,' are another type of multifocal lens. Progressive lenses include multiple corrective powers from the bottom to the top of the lens for a smooth transition between prescription strengths.
Lens thickness depends on prescription strength; the stronger your prescription, the thicker the lens. Lens index describes the thickness of the lens. A higher lens index means a thinner, more lightweight lens—which is often better for stronger prescriptions.
Plastic (CR-39) lenses are made in a basic material that works best with light prescriptions up to +/-1.75.
Polycarbonate 1.59 index lenses are 30% thinner than plastic, so they work well for prescriptions up to +/-4.00. This durable lens material is impact-resistant, so it’s often recommended for kids’ glasses and for active lifestyles.
High Index 1.67 lenses are 45% lighter than plastic and they’re incredibly thin. This lens material can accommodate prescriptions up to +/-9.00.
High Index 1.74 lenses are composed of the thinnest, lightest lens material—they’re usually recommended for people with extra-strong prescriptions.
Not sure which to choose? Our opticians review each order to ensure you’re getting the ideal lens for your prescription strength.
All of our prescription lenses come with a scratch-resistant coating for durability, a UV-protective coating to block the sun’s harmful rays, and edge polish to make your lenses less noticeable—but you can choose from a variety of other lens add-ons for comfort, performance, and convenience.
Duraclear™ Anti-Reflective (AR) coating—also called an anti-glare treatment—eliminates reflections from artificial light sources on the front and back of your lenses. AR also reduces eye strain, prevents others from seeing reflections on your lenses, and makes the lenses easier to clean.
BlueReflect™ Digital Light Protection is a lens coating that filters high-energy visible (HEV) artificial blue light from digital screens and fluorescent lighting. It also offers scratch-resistant and anti-glare properties.
Transitions® lenses automatically darken in response to outdoor light conditions, and then turn clear again when you go back indoors or when it's dark. With Transitions lenses, you’ll always enjoy the ideal lens tint without needing to change your glasses.
Our certified opticians are available to help you choose the right lenses for your lifestyle, prescription, and frames. If you need help ordering your prescription lenses online, entering your prescription correctly, or choosing the right frames, please call 1-800-248-9427 to speak to an optician today.