How often should I have my eye tested?
According to Practitioner Services, your recommended intervals between eye tests vary depending on your age and health.
• Under 7 years old, every six months.
• 7 to 16 years old, every year.
• 16 to 59 years old, every two years.
• 60 to 69 years old, usually every two years but sometimes every year.
• Over 70 years old, every year.
• If you are diabetic, every year.
• If you or a member of your family have glaucoma, every year.
If I need to get new prescription glasses, what should I do?
You need to get an ophthalmic examination if it’s your first time purchasing new prescription glasses. In this way, medical optometry could ensure whether you have eye problems or not. Next, you could know what kind of frames match your face or hair through searching the Internet. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask Glasseslit‘s Live Help online.
How do I get my prescription?
Glasseslit does not provide eye tests for glasses. Please visit your ophthalmologist or optometrist to obtain an eye test and prescription. They are legally obliged to provide you with a copy of your prescription. Please also ask your doctor to measure and record your pupillary distance (or PD) on your prescription. Your PD is the distance in millimetres between the centres of your pupils. Your PD is not always included in your prescription, but it is very helpful for Glasseslit in making sure your glasses fit perfectly.
What forms of payment does Glasseslit accept?
Glasseslit only accepts payment through PayPal.
How long will it take to get my glasses?
It depends on what lenses you choose, namely the time includes processing time and shipping time. In most cases, the processing may take 3-4 business days for normal single vision glasses. Orders with polarized lenses, bifocals/progressive lenses, or prescription sunglasses may take 7-15 business days.