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For one field of vision (near or distance) or readers
Covers reading, distance, and in between
Two separate viewing zones, one for viewing distance objects, and one for seeing objects that are near.
Choose from different no-power lenses
Sphere (SPH) - the amount of lens power
Cylinder (CYL) - This indicates the amount of astigmatism.
If nothing appears in this column or if it is DS, means you have no astigmatism
AXIS - If an eyeglass prescription includes cylinder power,
it also must include an axis value, which follows the CYL power and is preceded by an 'x'.
ADD - magnifying power applied to the bottom part of multifocal lenses, s always a + power.
The distance between the centre of one pupil
to the centre of the other pupil is the PD.
Prescription glasses are made so that the distance
between the optical centres of the glasses' lenses,
is the same as your PD.
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Your prism helps your eyes to work together more comfortably by correcting their muscle balance.
If you have a prism correction, you will also have a base direction that will state one of the following - Up, Down, In or Out.
Down might be indicated by ‘DN’
You might have more than one Prism value per eye.
You will have a Base direction for each Prism correction.
The example below shows the prism required for distance.
You will use the H-Near and V-Near prism for reading as this might be different from your distance prism.
Works best for low prescriptions ranging from -3.00 to +3.00.
Works best for low prescriptions ranging from -2.00 to +2.00.
Up to 40% thinner than the basic 1.5 standard index lenses
Up to 60% thinner than the basic 1.5 standard index lenses
Most Impact Resistant Material, Recommended for Sports & Kids Eyewear. Polycarbonate Lenses have index value of 1.598, Up to 25% thinner than the standard 1.5 index lenses.
80% tint on top for distance, fades to a very light tint 20% tint at the bottom for reading.
Suggested Face Pairing
In most instances, the shape of the frame selected should balance the shape of the face, just like a vertical striped shirt balances the appearance of a short or wider person.
Generally, there are seven basic facial shapes:
The proper width of the frame can be gauged as approximately equal to the widest part of the skull’s facial bone structure.
A darker, solid-colored frame will aid the effect of shortening a long face.
longer with a rounded chin and jawline
Versatile, may wear almost any type
thinner and longer
Should consider a Deeper frame
more circular than the oval
Should consider Narrower frames
sharper jawline, with the face being wider than round
Should consider round or oval frames
the lower part of the face is wider than the upper part.
Darker colors or bolder frames or cat eye
the upper part of the face, the temple area, is wider than the lower jaw area
Should consider Lighter weight frames and Lighter colors, Rounded lens shape.
The central section of the face is wider.
Darker colors or bolder frames
Spectacle arms, the lower the line, the shorter the face appears; the higher the line, the longer it appears. Thus for long faces, frame fronts with lower set tips shorten the face. For wide faces, arms with high tip add length to the face.
When the face is viewed from the side, it is divided by the location of the spectacle arm, which creates an artificial dividing line of the face.
The most important thing to be kept in mind when selecting eyewear is to follow the basic line of the eyebrow with the upper line of the frame. The upper rim, should have the same basic shape as the eyebrow itself. Too much deviation from this line creates a unbalanced look to the face.
The lower frame area provides a squared or rounded effect, which is determined by the squared or rounded aspects of the face. The most important thing a lower rim can do is add a lift to the face.
Another important effect that may be accomplished through the use of the lower rim is to help conceal dark circles that many people have. Helpful camouflage is attained by choosing a frame with fairly thick lower rims of a dark color, properly positioned to cover the lowest part of the dark circle. No more 'you look tired today.'
Frames in pale shades of blue or rose benefit gray hair. People with thicker, darker hair are able to wear heavier, darker, bolder frames than individuals with lighter, finer hair. A lighter-colored frame is recommended for the person with light, fine hair as it blends in more nicely. A bold dark frame on a person with light, fine hair draws attention to itself much more emphatically than it would on someone with thicker, darker hair. If you are more inclined for the unique look then bolder and darker frames with light hair are best.
A person whose eyes are set close together in comparison to the total width of the face will want to choose eyewear that does not draw attention to the center of the frame. Low-set, thick, dark-bridged frames will make such an individual look as though there is hardly room for the frame to sit on the nose. Instead, this person should choose a frame with a clear bridge but with distinctive upper temporal areas.
Material Front: Acetate
Material Arm: Buffalo Horn
We will send you a new frame, if they don't fit you perfectly..
We will ask you to send 2 images of your face. We will create a custom size of the frame using those images.
Size of Frame (in image):
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