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Great news! is eligible for the following insurance benefits:
20% off non-prescription sunglasses. Use code "INSURANCE20"
*Offer valid online only. Save an additional 15% off any- purchase of contact lenses, eyeglasses, and prescription and non-prescription sunglasses at retail price. Includes any eyeglass or sunglass frame, PersonalEyes lenses with EasyCare, 1.67 High Index lenses with EasyCareTM, Poly or Transitions lenses with EasyCareTM. Valid prescription required. Void where prohibited by law. Some restrictions may apply. Offer may not be combined with vision and insurance benefits. Not valid in stores or on past purchases. No cash value. Offer valid November 26, 2018.
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Features nicely balanced with chin slightly narrower than your forehead.
Best frames: any shape (lucky you), dark or light colors.
A soft, circular shape with equal width and length.
Best frames: strong angular shapes for contrast
A broader forehead and narrower jawline and chin.
Best frames: ovals, rounds in thin, light colors
Nice strong, distinct angles in your forehead, cheeks and jawline.
Best frames: rounds, ovals in dark or bold colors for contrast.
Pupillary distance measures the space (in millimeters) between the pupils of your eyes.
On previous eyewear receipts or your prescription. Or measure it yourself with our handy PD ruler.download PD ruler
Don't worry. Some doctors take your distance for each eye. Your just a simple equation away from your pupillary distance.
The first step is to add the numbers together. We recommend a calculator because no one's perfect.
Once you have the two numbers added together just divide them by 2 and thats you're pupillary distance!
Double check your number and then enter it in the pupillary distance field.