Yes online, send them a copy of your prescription and choose frames/lenses and they post them to you ,polarized lenses put the cost up quite a bit ,the three pairs i have bought from them use the standard tint lens and are perfectly good for my needs ,fishing /wading ect i have a grey lens and a yellow pair for low light, my first pair were brown lens and were good even in low light conditions ,standard lens sunglasses with prescription cost about £130 just looked at their websiteIs that done online?
I reglazed with varifocal sunglasses but polarised was definitely an option. This thread has made me think of replacing my Muia Jims with Oakley Varifocal Polaroids . I'll find out and let the thread knowI've used Asda for regular glasses and found them to be very good for standard glasses, £120 for bifocals.
Regarding Salmonless' Ray bans and Oakley's, did they reglaze with polarised?
Standard bull**** reply. Measure it yourself, its only sunnies after all. I always as a matter of course ask for my PD before the test or they get bugger all. Having said that I get free eye tests from this yearThanks guys. Just called my optician. One of the chains. Refused to give me my PD number, (distance between the pupils), “to stop me going elsewhere”. Ridiculous. Will speak to the manager in person tomorrow
Here’s a template for measuring the distances and instructions for doing it yourself.Thanks guys. Just called my optician. One of the chains. Refused to give me my PD number, (distance between the pupils), “to stop me going elsewhere”. Ridiculous. Will speak to the manager in person tomorrow