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Prescription Guide

 Reading and Distance Lenses, Single Vision 

  • Plastic Lenses: $29.95
    • Basic plastic lenses are light-weight compared to the glass lenses of yesteryear. These can accommodate nearly any prescription and are a great option.
  • Polycarbonate Lenses: $49.95
    • These lenses are lightweight, impact-resistant and much stronger than plastic lenses. These lenses are great for people in areas where impact and contact can be expected, such as sports and industrial settings.
  • High Index 1.67 Lenses: $89.95
    • These revolutionary lenses allow those of you with higher prescriptions to ditch the old, oddly-shaped lenses to now walk around with lenses as thin as anybody else’s. 1.67’s are a must-have for people with higher prescriptions.
  • Transition Lenses, Grey/Brown: $84.95
    • These photo-chromic lenses “transition” when exposed to sunlight and darken by up to 75 percent. However, these lenses do not tint as well when driving.
  • Polarized Lenses, Grey/Brown: $109.95
    • Polarized lenses block vertical rays of light and are very popular among drivers and people that spend a lot of time outdoors.
  • Drive-Wear Lenses: $159.95
    • These lenses are similar to transition lenses; however, these lenses also darken while driving and are polarized. These lenses have a medium tint even while indoors.
  • Poly Transition Lenses, Grey/Brown: $149.95
    • Simply, these are poly-carbonate transition lenses that combine the features of both types of lenses into one lens type.
  • High Index 1.74 Lenses: $194.95
    • This cutting-edge lens is the thinnest available currently. In addition to being ultra light-weight and razor thin, these amazing lenses are scratch-resistant and come with UV protection and anti-reflective coating. 

 

Standard Bifocal Lenses

  • Plastic Lenses: $49.95
    • Basic plastic lenses are light-weight compared to the glass lenses of yesteryear. These can accommodate nearly any prescription and are a great option.
  • Polycarbonate Lenses: $89.95
    • These lenses are lightweight, impact-resistant and much stronger than plastic lenses. These lenses are great for people in areas where impact and contact can be expected, such as sports and industrial settings.
  • Polarized Lenses, Grey/Brown: $129.95
    • Polarized lenses block vertical rays of light and are very popular among drivers and people that spend a lot of time outdoors.
  • High Index 1.67 Lenses: $184.95
    • These revolutionary lenses allow those of you with higher prescriptions to ditch the old, oddly-shaped lenses to now walk around with lenses as thin as anybody else’s. 1.67’s are a must-have for people with higher prescriptions.
  • Transition Lenses, Grey/Brown: $149.95
    • These photo-chromic lenses “transition” when exposed to sunlight and darken by up to 75 percent. However, these lenses do not tint as well when driving.
  • Poly Transition Lenses, Grey/Brown: 194.95
    • Simply, these are poly-carbonate transition lenses that combine the features of both types of lenses into one lens type


Progressive Lenses

  • Plastic Lenses: $108.95
    • Basic plastic lenses are light-weight compared to the glass lenses of yesteryear. These can accommodate nearly any prescription and are a great option.
  • Polycarbonate Lenses: $138.95
    • These lenses are lightweight, impact-resistant and much stronger than plastic lenses. These lenses are great for people in areas where impact and contact can be expected, such as sports and industrial settings.
  • High Index 1.67 Lenses: $194.95
    • These revolutionary lenses allow those of you with higher prescriptions to ditch the old, oddly-shaped lenses to now walk around with lenses as thin as anybody else’s. 1.67’s are a must-have for people with higher prescriptions.
  • Transition Lenses, Grey/Brown: $194.95
    • These photo-chromic lenses “transition” when exposed to sunlight and darken by up to 75 percent. However, these lenses do not tint as well when driving.
  • Polarized Lenses, Grey/Brown: $174.95
    • Polarized lenses block vertical rays of light and are very popular among drivers and people that spend a lot of time outdoors.
  • Drive-Wear Lenses: $278.95
    • These lenses are similar to transition lenses; however, these lenses also darken while driving and are polarized. These lenses have a medium tint even while indoors.
  • Poly Transition Lenses, Grey/Brown: $224.95
    • Simply, these are poly-carbonate transition lenses that combine the features of both types of lenses into one lens type.
  • High Index 1.74 Lenses: $284.95
    • This cutting-edge lens is the thinnest available currently. In addition to being ultra light-weight and razor thin, these amazing lenses are scratch-resistant and come with UV protection and anti-reflective coating. 

 

Lens Coating, Tinting and Protection

  • Shiny Crystal Edge Polish: $6.95
    • This polish rids the lens of sharp corners and gives the lens a very smooth finish.
  • High Sphere Additional Fee: $9.95
    • A surcharge fee of $9.95 will be tacked on for spherical prescriptions between 5.00 and 10.00. For values higher than that please send an e-mail for a price quote.
  • High Cylinder Additional Fee: $9.95
    • For Cylinders between 2.00 and 5.00 a surcharge of $9.95 will be tacked onto the cost of the lenses. For values higher than 5.00 please e-mail us.
  • Gradient Tinting: $12.95
    • This tinting gives a gradient color scheme to the lenses where the color lightens as you move down the lens. This tint job is the most popular tinting given to sunglass lenses.
  • Uniform Lens Tinting: $9.95
    • This standard tinting gives the lens the same color all over.
  • UV Protection: $9.95
    • This provides protection from the Sun’s potentially harmful UV rays.
  • Scratch Resistant Coating: $9.95
    • As the title suggests, this hard coating helps protect lenses from most scratches.
  • Anti-Glare Protection: $34.95
    • This type of protection is extremely helpful for those that spend a lot of time driving or in front of a computer. Additionally, it allows people to see right through the lenses and to see your eyes without annoying reflections.
  • Sunglass Fees: $29.95
    • For prescriptions done on sunglass lenses, there are additional charges as sunglass lenses require more lab-work from highly-skilled lab technicians.
  • Crizal Anti-Reflective Coating: Inquire for pricing.

 

Pupillary Distance

  • Along with your prescription, you will need to provide use with your pupillary distance.
  • Your pupillary distance is, as the picture below illustrates, the distance between pupils and is information that we must have in order to prepare your lenses. We will not fill and orders for prescription lenses without being provided the PD.


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  • You can have somebody measure your PD for you but we highly recommend that you have your optomotrist measure your PD, or at the very least have a certified optician do it for you. Some optomotrists will initially refuse to measure your PD but it is your right as a patient to have access to that information. Be persistant with your doctor or optician if they are initially reluctant.
  • We are not responsible for errors related to PD. We will make any lens requested for a specific PD but if the PD provided to us incorrect we will not make you a new pair of lenses for free. Please make sure that you obtain an accurate measurement.

 

  • *****Important: We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our prescription lens checkout page. Therefore, if you want to order a pair of prescription lenses you will need to either e-mail or fax us your prescription and we will then issue you a separate invoice via Paypal for the additional cost of the lenses. You can e-mail us your RX at CustomerService@Eyewearking.com or fax it to us at 1-773-761-3601.



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