How can I add prescription/reading lenses?
Please select 'Prescription' or 'Reading' from the category 'Lens Type' . You can find this option on any of our product pages.
How do I obtain a prescription? How can I add prescription/reading lenses?
Make an appointment with your local optical provider, optometrist, or ophthalmologist for an eye exam. Make sure to request that they include your pupillary distance (PD) with the prescription.
How do I submit my prescription?Please send us your prescription and order number to email@example.com with all your information (example below). If some blocks are empty, don't worry it's normal.
How do I measure my pupillary distance?
Your pupillary distance (PD) is the measurement in millimeters between your pupils. It allows us to locate the optical center of your lenses so the prescription is correctly placed in the glasses. If your doctor didn't include this measurement with your prescription, the following options are available to you:
- Call your doctor or optical provider to request your PD measurement.
- Measure your pupillary distance using our PD tool (pdf) by clicking here.
- Download the app EyeMeasure. Available in the App Store.
What are your prescription lenses made out of?
For all prescriptions and reading orders, Kooper Eyewear offers 1.56 High Index lenses. High Index lenses are thinner and lighter than Polycarbonate lenses, making them optically superior. This allows us to offer the highest quality prescription lenses to all of our customers at an affordable price.
Can you fill my prescription?
We offer single vision prescriptions with sphere values from +/-4.00 to +/-4.00. If you have astigmatism, we need both your cylinder and axis values.
We do not offer bifocals for ADD powers, prism, or progressives at the moment.
What about reading glasses?
Prescription glasses are perfect for anyone who need magnification while reading. If you have a reading Rx, we're able to fill any spherical value up to a +4.00 for single vision powers. Unfortunately, we do not offer bifocals at the moment.