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So you bought a pair of eyeglasses, going through the big production of deciding on the perfect frame, figuring out your prescription, ordering the right type of lenses, and finally getting them on your face – but you forgot one thing: glasses don’t protect your eyes in the sun! You probably have some shades at home but they won’t do much for you without a prescription. Prescription designer sunglasses not only help prevent damage from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays, but they give you the best optical precision so that you can enjoy the great outdoors without having to squint to see its beauty.
Prescription lenses for sunglasses are simply convenient. They can be installed in just about any frame that you want and you can also choose whether you want them to be polarized. Polarized sunglasses are the ultimate accessory because they provide the utmost protection and they help you see the world as it should be. The coating on the lens provides a cleaner, more crisp view so you have the most clear-cut vision possible.
Beyond their convenience and precision, prescription sunglasses are just safer. Consider a driving situation without them. You can either forego your shades and opt for a clear path with your eyeglasses but will be subjected to ultraviolet rays and will be squinting the whole time, which can lead to eye strain and fatigue, or you can take the dangerous risk of blurred vision while you choose to wear your shades. Neither situation is safe. The only way to change that is with a pair of prescription sunglasses. You will be keeping yourself and others on and off the road safe from harm
To order prescription designer sunglasses online from Vizio Optic, all you need to do is have your most recent prescription available with your PD measurement. This is your pupillary distance, a figure we need to know so that the lens can have a correct optical center. If your prescription does not have this number, you will have to visit your eye care professional to find the correct distance between your pupils. This information can be faxed or emailed to us following your order.
Please note that we offer a one-time remake of prescription lenses for free. Returned lenses will receive a 50% refund. Please view our return policy for more information.
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