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Zenith 73

Zenith

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  • We do not do Bifocals or Varifocals online because of the importance of proper measurements. If you need this lens type you should visit us in-store.prescription_help1

    You don't need to enter, or even understand your prescription to order online.

    If you dont have your prescription handy, regardless of where you had your eye examination, you can click the first button, and one of our trained staff will contact your optician on your behalf to obtain your prescription details.

    Maybe you have purchased from us before, or have had a sight test at our practice. If so, select the second button indicating you believe we have your prescription details on file.

    If you have your prescription handy, and would like to enter your prescription details, then select the 3rd button indicatin you wish to enter your details now.

    Below, is some additional information about your prescription, just in case you are interested.

    The Sph value is the 'Sphere' value and represents the 'spherical' part of your prescription. In basic terms, if it has a minus symbol written before (or above), you are short sighted or myopic. If it has a + symbol (or no symbol), then you are long sighted (hyperopic). In the example below, the Sph values have a + sign.

    The Cyl value is the 'cylinder' part of your prescription and represents the degree of astigmatism present. Again, it has a + or - sign associated with it.

    The Axis is the meridian of the astigmatism, and is a value between 0 and 180.

    The Near Add (if present) is the additional power needed for reading or close up work.

    The PD is the 'pupillary distance'. It is the distance between the centres of the 2 pupils in millimeters.

    Read off the SPH, CYL, and Axis values from your prescription and select the appropriate numbers from the dropdown menus.

    Remember if the is a minus - sign usually written before or above the SPH value, (see example) then select the minus sign value number from the dropdown menu.

    In this example, the Left Eye Sph (Sphere) value is +0.75. For this, select the 0.75 value from the Sph dropdown menu. The Cyl (Cylinder) value for the left eye is -0.75. So, for this, select the -0.75 value from the dropdown menu.

    The Axis number is a value from 0 to 180. Simply select the right value for each eye.

    If you are ordering reading glasses, or are ordering bifocal or vari-focal lenses, then you need to enter the Add value.

    The ADD is usually exactly the same for both eyes. Some optometrists only write down the ADD for 1 eye. (as in the above example). Others write it down for both eyes.

    Enter the same number, into the RIGHT EYE field as the LEFT EYE field for the ADD.

    PD (Pupillary Distance)

    The best way to get your PD is to request that your optometrist give it to you at the time of your sight test. They must give you your prescription BY LAW, but they do not have to give you a PD measurement.

    Thus, your prescription may or may not have the PD written on it. If your optician has made glasses for you before, he or she should know it and so ought to be able to supply you with it.

    The PD is often called the 'Pupillary Distance, or more correctly, the 'Inter-Pupillary Distance'. It is the distance between the centres of the 2 pupils, whilst looking straight ahead into the distance.

    If you cannot obtain this, then don't worry. If you leave this field blank, we can use an average measurement based on the UK population.

    It is possible to measure your own PD - or get somebody to measure it for you.

    Method 1

    In order to measure your own PD, you need a mirror and a ruler. 

    1. Look into the mirror and hold the ruler across the bridge of your nose, so the ruler is against your forehead, and the ruler markings are clearly seen.
    2. Line up the centre of your right pupil, with the zero mark on the ruler. It might be easier if you keep the left eye closed, whilst looking straight ahead at the reflection of your right eye, with your right eye.
    3. Then, close the right eye and read off the distance to the centre of the left pupil, still looking straight ahead with the left eye, directly at the reflection of the left eye in the mirror.
    4. Be careful not to move the ruler sideways whilst measuring. Touching your forehead with the ruler gives it a rest, and helps stop unintended movements.
    5. Check your measurement by closing the left eye and then the right eye alternately. This way, you can check the zero is still lined up correctly.

    Most people have a PD of between 55mm and 70mm.

    Method 2

    1. You can get a friend or partner to measure your PD for you.
    2. Sit opposite your partner, with your eyes at the same level, about 2 feet apart (arms length)
    3. Your partner then asks you to look into his/her left eye. You keep both eyes open. Your partner can close his/her right eye.

    Your partner aligns the ruler, which is held across your forehead and the nasal bridge, so that the zero mark of the ruler is aligned with the centre of your right pupil (which is looking directly ahead at his/her left eye)

    Then, your partner asks you to look at his/her right eye (which is exactly opposite your left eye).

    Your partner can close his/her left eye, but you keep both eyes open. The partner reads off the centre of your left pupil, against the ruler, ensuring the ruler has not moved. The partner can check, by going back and forth between the two eyes, asking you to look at his left eye, then right eye in quick succession.

    Method 3

    Take a picture of yourself (or ask somebody to take it for you) looking into the distance, with a ruler rested across your forehead over the bridge of your eyes, so that the markings can be seen. E-mail the picture to us along with your order number. We will read off your PD for you.

    Now you have entered in all of your prescription details, you are ready to proceed to the checkout or continue shopping.

    RIGHT EYE (OD)
    LEFT EYE (OS)
    PUPILLARY DISTANCE (PD)

    Please email your prescription details to:  email@oticians.co.uk

    Note: we are unable to process your order before receiving a copy of your prescription.

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    Your glasses will be made with the highest quality lenses for superb clear vision.

    If you would like your glasses lenses to look thinner, and also be considerably lighter, then you need to select Extra Thin, Very Thin or Super Thin lenses. Depending on the Sph value of your prescription, we recommend thin lenses for all Sph values over 2.5. The table below shows which lens to select.

    Prescription Sph Value

    Recommended lens Type

    Lens Thickness

    0 to -2.50 or 0 to +2.50

    Standard Thickness (1.5)

    Standard

    -2.75 to -4.5 or +2.75 to +4.50

    Extra thin lens (1.6)

    Up to 15% thinner

    -4.75 to -6.00 or +4.75 to +6.00

    Very thin lens (1.67)

    Up to 30% thinner

    • + £
    • +40 £
    • +40 £
    • +120 £
    • +150 £
    • +240 £

    You can make your glasses LOOK BETTER by choosing anti-reflection coatings. This coating also reduces reflections when driving, particularly at night. In bright lights, it allows your eyes and face to be seen better by others, instead of the reflections of the lights and surrounding area.

    You can PROTECT you eyes from sun damage by choosing a UV400 coating. Harmful rays from the sun can lead to increased chances of developing cataracts and other conditions such as pterygium. A UV coating offers protection from these harmful rays.

    • 12 £
    • 25 £
    • £

    You can make your glasses LOOK BETTER by choosing anti-reflection coatings. This coating also reduces reflections when driving, particularly at night. In bright lights, it allows your eyes and face to be seen better by others, instead of the reflections of the lights and surrounding area.

    You can PROTECT you eyes from sun damage by choosing a UV400 coating. Harmful rays from the sun can lead to increased chances of developing cataracts and other conditions such as pterygium. A UV coating offers protection from these harmful rays.

    • 50 £
    • 0 £

    You can make your glasses LOOK BETTER by choosing anti-reflection coatings. This coating also reduces reflections when driving, particularly at night. In bright lights, it allows your eyes and face to be seen better by others, instead of the reflections of the lights and surrounding area.

    You can PROTECT you eyes from sun damage by choosing a UV400 coating. Harmful rays from the sun can lead to increased chances of developing cataracts and other conditions such as pterygium. A UV coating offers protection from these harmful rays.

    • 0 £

    *Colour and Tint Options

    You can make you glasses look like stylish prescription sunglasses by adding some colour.

    If you would like lenses that go dark in the sunlight automatically, choose Transition lenses.

    The most important categories in which modern self-tinting lenses have to be measured are speed, protection and colour. The new ColorMatic IQ® assortment of lenses from Rodenstock is impressive in all three areas with outstanding performance.

    Phototropic lenses react to sunlight and use photoactive molecules to darken when UV radiation is incident on them. If the radiation decreases, the lenses become lighter again. The reason for this is a chemical reaction that takes place on the surface of the lens. Specific molecules are deposited there during production. They fold open in sunlight - like thousands of sun umbrellas - and that way colour the lenses. Our self-tinting ColorMatic IQ® lenses adjust to the light conditions as quick as a flash. From almost transparent, ColorMatic IQ® lenses darken smoothly up to 85%. The result is intelligent sun protection for indoors and out.

    *Plain
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £

    Graduated

    Turn your glasses into Graduated prescription.

    • 25 £
    • 25 £
    • 25 £
    Transitions / Photochromic

    Make your lenses transitional for both indoor and outdoor use.

    • 40 £
    • 40 £

    *Colour and Tint Options

    You can make you glasses look like stylish prescription sunglasses by adding some colour.

    If you would like lenses that go dark in the sunlight automatically, choose Transition lenses.

    The most important categories in which modern self-tinting lenses have to be measured are speed, protection and colour. The new ColorMatic IQ® assortment of lenses from Rodenstock is impressive in all three areas with outstanding performance.

    Phototropic lenses react to sunlight and use photoactive molecules to darken when UV radiation is incident on them. If the radiation decreases, the lenses become lighter again. The reason for this is a chemical reaction that takes place on the surface of the lens. Specific molecules are deposited there during production. They fold open in sunlight - like thousands of sun umbrellas - and that way colour the lenses. Our self-tinting ColorMatic IQ® lenses adjust to the light conditions as quick as a flash. From almost transparent, ColorMatic IQ® lenses darken smoothly up to 85%. The result is intelligent sun protection for indoors and out.

    *Plain
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £

    Graduated

    Turn your glasses into Graduated prescription.

    • 25 £
    • 25 £
    • 25 £

    *Colour and Tint Options

    You can make you glasses look like stylish prescription sunglasses by adding some colour.

    If you would like lenses that go dark in the sunlight automatically, choose Transition lenses.

    The most important categories in which modern self-tinting lenses have to be measured are speed, protection and colour. The new ColorMatic IQ® assortment of lenses from Rodenstock is impressive in all three areas with outstanding performance.

    Phototropic lenses react to sunlight and use photoactive molecules to darken when UV radiation is incident on them. If the radiation decreases, the lenses become lighter again. The reason for this is a chemical reaction that takes place on the surface of the lens. Specific molecules are deposited there during production. They fold open in sunlight - like thousands of sun umbrellas - and that way colour the lenses. Our self-tinting ColorMatic IQ® lenses adjust to the light conditions as quick as a flash. From almost transparent, ColorMatic IQ® lenses darken smoothly up to 85%. The result is intelligent sun protection for indoors and out.

    *Plain
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £

    Graduated

    Turn your glasses into Graduated prescription.

    • 25 £
    • 25 £
    • 25 £
    Transitions / Photochromic

    Make your lenses transitional for both indoor and outdoor use.

    • 50 £
    • 50 £
    Polarised

    Make your lenses Polarised for both indoor and outdoor use.

    • 65 £
    • 65 £

    *Colour and Tint Options

    You can make you glasses look like stylish prescription sunglasses by adding some colour.

    If you would like lenses that go dark in the sunlight automatically, choose Transition lenses.

    The most important categories in which modern self-tinting lenses have to be measured are speed, protection and colour. The new ColorMatic IQ® assortment of lenses from Rodenstock is impressive in all three areas with outstanding performance.

    Phototropic lenses react to sunlight and use photoactive molecules to darken when UV radiation is incident on them. If the radiation decreases, the lenses become lighter again. The reason for this is a chemical reaction that takes place on the surface of the lens. Specific molecules are deposited there during production. They fold open in sunlight - like thousands of sun umbrellas - and that way colour the lenses. Our self-tinting ColorMatic IQ® lenses adjust to the light conditions as quick as a flash. From almost transparent, ColorMatic IQ® lenses darken smoothly up to 85%. The result is intelligent sun protection for indoors and out.

    *Plain
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £
    • 20 £

    Graduated

    Turn your glasses into Graduated prescription.

    • 25 £
    • 25 £
    • 25 £
    Transitions / Photochromic

    Make your lenses transitional for both indoor and outdoor use.

    • 50 £
    • 50 £

    *Colour and Tint Options

    You can make you glasses look like stylish prescription sunglasses by adding some colour.

    If you would like lenses that go dark in the sunlight automatically, choose Transition lenses.

    The most important categories in which modern self-tinting lenses have to be measured are speed, protection and colour. The new ColorMatic IQ® assortment of lenses from Rodenstock is impressive in all three areas with outstanding performance.

    Phototropic lenses react to sunlight and use photoactive molecules to darken when UV radiation is incident on them. If the radiation decreases, the lenses become lighter again. The reason for this is a chemical reaction that takes place on the surface of the lens. Specific molecules are deposited there during production. They fold open in sunlight - like thousands of sun umbrellas - and that way colour the lenses. Our self-tinting ColorMatic IQ® lenses adjust to the light conditions as quick as a flash. From almost transparent, ColorMatic IQ® lenses darken smoothly up to 85%. The result is intelligent sun protection for indoors and out.

    *Plain
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    Transitions / Photochromic

    Make your lenses transitional for both indoor and outdoor use.

    • 50 £
    • 50 £

    *Colour and Tint Options

    You can make you glasses look like stylish prescription sunglasses by adding some colour.

    If you would like lenses that go dark in the sunlight automatically, choose Transition lenses.

    The most important categories in which modern self-tinting lenses have to be measured are speed, protection and colour. The new ColorMatic IQ® assortment of lenses from Rodenstock is impressive in all three areas with outstanding performance.

    Phototropic lenses react to sunlight and use photoactive molecules to darken when UV radiation is incident on them. If the radiation decreases, the lenses become lighter again. The reason for this is a chemical reaction that takes place on the surface of the lens. Specific molecules are deposited there during production. They fold open in sunlight - like thousands of sun umbrellas - and that way colour the lenses. Our self-tinting ColorMatic IQ® lenses adjust to the light conditions as quick as a flash. From almost transparent, ColorMatic IQ® lenses darken smoothly up to 85%. The result is intelligent sun protection for indoors and out.

    *Plain
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
    • 15 £
Zenith 73

Zenith

73

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

ZENITH 73 is available to buy online. Brown and White Opticians are authorised stockists of Zenith. All frames will come with an authentic case and cleaning cloth.

If you have questions about this frame then please call us on 0800 999 2111, or email us at online@brownandwhite.co.uk

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