To determine the type and size of your eyeglasses, you will require a valid eye prescription with the pupillary distance. Pupillary distance is the distance between your pupils counted in millimeters. You can ask your eye specialist to provide this for you. If you wish to measure it yourself, follow the below process.
Place a millimeter ruler on your nose bridge by looking in the mirror. Ask someone to measure the distance between the centers of your pupils.
The pupillary distance of most adults is 55-65. Your PD will help us center your prescription correctly in the frames.
Before delivery, please email your request and order information to firstname.lastname@example.org, and your issue will be handled within 1 day.
b. Click on ‘Orders’ from the menu, and you will see your order information.
BLUE LIGHT GLASSES
Blue light has a short wavelength, making it super high in energy. Our exposure to blue light can cause eye discomfort, but you can give your eyes a break by enhancing your glasses with a blue light-reducing lens.
People who spend a lot of their time indoors and are exposed to harmful blue light from LEDs as well as TV, computer or tablet screens for more than 8 hours, especially working in the office.
Jim Halo glasses are matched with a Jim Halo patented developed blue blocking lens, JH-BlueCare® Lens. It has the same blue light filtering effect as big lens brand in the market. Its price is only 30% lower than the similar ones, as Jim Halo team purchases the lens from the leading lens material manufacture directly.
a. Pupils must be near the center of the lens.
b. The lenses mustn’t go beyond the side of your face.
c. Your eyebrows shouldn’t be inside the glass.
d. Your cheeks shouldn’t push the frame up when you smile.
e. The frames shouldn’t slide down your nose.
All of our frames have numbers printed on the interiors of the temple arm. To know how well a pair will fit you, we recommend you compare the measurements of your current glasses to the frame measurements mentioned on our website.
Get it from a local optometrist or ophthalmologist. Ask them to mention the pupillary distance on the prescription.
Yes. If you purchased a frame with us in the past, you will only be required to send us your previous order information to help us cut the lens appropriately. Once we cut the lens, we will deliver it to you. However, you will have to install the lenses yourself.
a.You will be required to place a separate order for each prescription.
b. Shipping is always free.
If you require a high power lens, say a power of -7.0 or higher, we recommend you purchase 1.74 index lenses.If the power you require is over -10,0, we do not suggest buying clip-on sunglasses, as the lenses may be too heavy and thick for optimal comfort and function.