A134 Glasses

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A134 Black A134 Glasses
A134 - Black
£34.99
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A134A Brown A134 Glasses
A134A - Brown
£34.99
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A134D Black + gunmetal A134 Glasses
A134D - Black + gunmetal
£34.99
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A134E Black & burgundy A134 Glasses
A134E - Black & burgundy
£34.99
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Why Choose Us

Includes Free Single Vision Lenses

Includes Free Anti Scratch Coating

Includes Free Anti-Glare Coating

Includes UV Protection.

Includes Free Case & Lens Cleaning Cloth

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1: What do you intend to use your new glasses for?
2: Select your lens options

All our glasses come fitted with standard 1.5 lenses and scratch resistant coatings that come absolutely FREE of charge. But if you would like thinner and lighter lenses on your glasses then you have the option of selecting from our range of Thin, Ultra Thin or Super Thin lenses. For lenses greater than 2.5 Sph, we would advise the thin variety of lenses. Below is a table of recommended lens types based on the Sph mentioned on your glasses prescription.

Prescription Sph Value Recommended lens Type Lens thickness
0 to -2.50 or 0 to +2.50 Standard Thickness (1.5) Standard
-2.75 to -4.5 or +2.75 to +4.50 Extra Thin Lens (1.6) Up to 15% thinner
-4.75 to -6.00 or +4.75 to +6.00 Very Thin Lens (1.67) Up to 30% thinner
-6.25 to -8.00 or +6.25 to +8.00 Super Thin Lens (1.74) Up to 40% thinner

NOTE: ALL FRAMES PURCHASED FROM US COME WITH FREE STANDARD LENSES AND FREE ANTI-SCRATCH COATINGS (costing up to £50 or more in the high street stores).

3: Please enter your prescription details

Filling the prescription details is pretty simple providing you have your glasses prescription to hand.

Sph value denotes Sphere and refers to the spherical part of your lens. If the Sph number has a + before it then it means you are long sighted. If it has a – before it then it means you are short sighted.

Cyl value denotes cylinder and refers to the cylindrical part of your prescription. It mentions the degree of astigmatism and has a + or – added before it.

Axis mentions the meridian of astigmatism and generally ranges between 0 to 180.

Near Add is an additional power required for reading or seeing things very close.

PD denotes Pupillary Distance and represents the distance between the mid points of the two pupils between your eyes.

  • Read the values from your prescription and fill in the appropriate ones using the drop down menus placed next to the respective specifications.
  • Do not forget to select the minus (-) signs from the menu, if it is mentioned in your prescription.
  • If the Sph of the left eye is +0.75, then select 0.75 from a dropdown menu that says Sph.
  • If the Cyl of the right eye is -0.75, then select -0.75 from a dropdown menu that says Cyl.
  • Select the right Axis value number for each eye as per your glasses prescription.
  • Add values are usually given if you need vari-focal, bi-focal or reading lenses. ADD is usually the same for both the eyes. Some optometrists mention the ADD value for both eyes while some write only one.

Your optometrist should provide your PD value during the eye test. Please request you PD measurement from your Optometrist if you do not have it. In case you do not get this value, we will fill in the average PD value for the UK population. The PD is the inter papillary distance or the distance between the mid points of the two pupils when looking at a distance straight ahead of you.

In fact it is possible to measure your own PD with some one’s help using the following method.

Method:

You need a ruler and a mirror to measure your PD using this method.

  • Firstly, look straight into the mirror placed in front of you (at your eye level). Hold the ruler against the forehead where the bridge of the nose meets. This makes ruler markings on the forehead.
  • Keeping your left eye closed and read the zero marking of the ruler with your right eye.
  • Then keep your right eye closed and repeat the same with your left eye.
  • Take care to keep the ruler in place.
  • Repeat this process at least a couple of times to get concurrent readings.

Most people have a PD measurement in the range: 55mm and 70 mm.

Of course it's easier to obtain this information from your prescription or from your Optician to ensure exact measurements.

Now that you have filled in all your prescription details, you can proceed further and checkout of the page or continue shopping.


Right Power
Right Cylinder (CYL)
Right Axis
Right Add
       
Left Power
Left Cylinder (CYL)
Left Axis
Left Add

4: P.D.

Pupillary Distance (PD) is the distance in millimeters between the centre of your eyes pupils. The typical PD range is between 57 and 65 mm.

Once you are an adult you PD does not change. Therefore, if you have had it measured, then it will still be the same, even if your spectacle prescription has changed.

 

Please ensure that you enter your prescription details correctly, taking care to include any + or - correctly. If you require assistance, please phone one of our customer service advisors and we will be happy to assist you.

You can contact us by-email on cs@cleuk.com Please ensure that your prescription is not older than 2 years (or 1 yr if you are over 70 yrs old)
Note: Some combinations may not be possible for technical reasons. We will advise you if so.

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