Where do I enter my prescription?
You enter the prescription on the product page. If you go to the product page, it will have a question just before the add to cart button that says: “Is this a prescription”. Pick the option “Yes, order prescription lenses now”. This will open up prescription lens options. You will need to go through each step and pick a prescription lens option. In the last section, you can either upload your prescription or use the drop-downs to enter your prescription in if you don’t have a copy.
What do you need to fill my prescription?
A Sight for Sport Eyes needs to know your prescription numbers and a PD (pupil distance). If you are doing bifocals or progressives, they also need a “seg height”. This is frame dependent and measurements from another pair of glasses (unless it is the exact same frame) will not work. Thus, they need to send you the frame first to take the measurement and send it back for the prescription lenses.
Why don’t you have a Virtual Try-On System?
These systems let you see what the shape will look like with your facial features but do not give an accurate representation of the size. After various reviews, A Sight for Sport Eyes found that customers were disappointed after using virtual try-on systems when they actually received the glasses because they were much bigger or smaller “in person” than they were with the virtual try-on systems. As technology progresses, if they find a virtual try-on system that will give an accurate representation of sizing, they will reconsider this option.
Can I just get lenses replaced into my existing frames if my prescription changes?
Yes, if your prescription changes and your frame is in good condition, you can just send your frames to A Sight for Sport Eyes to have your new prescription made into the frames. They don’t accept responsibility if the frame breaks during installation but if your frame is in good condition (not brittle, no hairline cracks, etc.) it is normally not a problem.
What if I have a prism in my prescription. Can that be done?
Yes, A Sight for Sport Eyes can accommodate prism in any 6 base frame (prism is not recommended for any of the RX8 styles). There is a $15 charge for prism. You can add it to your cart from the additional prescription lens options page.