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Flexon AUTOFLEX 10 Eyeglasses

Regular: $288.00
SALE $161.00 (While stock last)
Selected color: Gep (840)
Flexon AUTOFLEX 10 Eyeglasses
Gep (840)
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Flexon AUTOFLEX 10 Eyeglasses

Regular: $288.00
SALE $161.00 (While stock last)
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Questions about Flexon AUTOFLEX 10 Eyeglasses
I'm in a hotel in Brooklyn for 2 weeks. Can I order to ship here?
Please be advised that we do not ship to hotel addresses and to forwarding companies. We apologize for any inconvenience caused.
I don't know my PD. My optometrist do not have the information.
This value is measured in mm (MILLIMETER) which is used to align the center of the lenses with the pupil. The PD is very important measurement specially for strong prescription. Incorrect PD may result in eye strain or headache. If you do not have the PD on your prescription, you can measure it as shown below: Step - 1 Place a simple mm ruler on your nose so that the starting point of the ruler is exactly at your left or right eye pupil. Keep the scale straight Step - 2 Make Sure to look straight Step - 3 Stand in front of the mirror or ask one of your friend to read the scale to measure the distance between the pupils. Step - 4 Repeat this at least three times to be more accurate.
Do you have the transitioning lenses?
Yes, we do offer this feature. This is called transition lenses. Transitions lenses darken on exposure to light of sufficiently high frequency, most commonly ultraviolet radiation. In the absence of activating light, the lenses return to their clear state.
I need lenses with prism. Can you make that?
We apologize but there is no option for this on the website and we don’t offer prism for lenses. You may order frame only and have lenses made locally.
Is the PD required for the order?
PD or Pupil Distance is the distance between the pupil of each eye. Usually it is not provided by your optometrist and taken by the optician when you place order for eyeglasses. If your prescription is not stronger than +/-3, you can leave the PD empty.

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To ensure your frames fit perfectly, first determine which size frames are best for you. The best place to start is with the eyeglass measurements on a pair you already own.
First, search for the three little numbers on the inside of the temple of your glasses. Some may also refer to this section as the "arm" of your glasses. These three numbers are the frame's measurements.

From left to right, these eyeglass measurements appear in the following order:

  1. Lens Width
  2. Bridge Width
  3. Temple Length

Sometimes a fourth number will be noted on the arms, which is your lens height. Keep in mind that all of these measurements are in millimeters.

Lens Width

This is the horizontal width of each lens at its widest point. It typically ranges from 40mm to 60mm.

Bridge Width

This is the distance between your two lenses. In short, the bridge width is the space where your frames fit against your nose. The size of this piece ranges from 14mm to 24mm.

Temple (Arm) Length

This is the length of the temple from each screw to its temple tip, including the bend that sits on your ear. The temple is typically 120mm to 150mm long.