Looking to order prescription glasses online? EyeBuyDirect makes it easy. All you need is your most recent lens prescription from your optometrist. Seriously, that’s it! And it gets even better...since it’s all online, you can take your time browsing through all the different frame styles, whenever and wherever!
With over 2000 styles to choose from, picking just one pair of glasses is a sight we rarely see. But with prices for every budget, you’ll be able to shop guilt-free! Already have a style in mind? Streamline your search by a specific color, size, or shape so you can quickly find the perfect frame.
If you’re looking for high-quality prescription eyeglasses, EyeBuyDirect offers handcrafted eyewear made from a variety of materials — from acetate and plastic, to metal and titanium. In addition to our in-house styles, we offer heritage designer brands like Ray-Ban and Oakley, along with our own premium brand, RFLKT.
See, It’s Easy!
Our Virtual Try-On lets you see how you look in a frame before you buy it. Just upload a pic or record a video after selecting the feature, and voila! Easily change colors, styles, and sizes to see what suits you best.
Frames For Days
With over 2000 frames at your fingertips, and new frames every month, the eyewear possibilities are endless! Looking for a specific style, size, or shape? Our streamlined search bar lets you choose how you browse so you can quickly find the perfect frame (or two).
Reading Your Eyewear Prescription
Understanding The Numbers
Have you ever wondered, “what do all those numbers on my glasses prescription mean?” You’re not alone. It may look like another language, but those numbers are easily decipherable with a little help! Your prescription indicates the type and extent of your vision problem. For example, the spherical error (SPH) refers to how much correction you need if you are farsighted or nearsighted. If you have astigmatism, you’ll have a cylinder number indicating how much lens power you need to correct blurry, distorted vision.
Multifocal Eyeglass Prescriptions
If you need reading or multifocal correction, you’ll have an ADD (additive power) number on your prescription. And just for clarity, those “+” or “-” signs you see scattered around those numbers tell the expert interpreting your eyeglass prescription how much correction is needed.
Your Pupillary Distance Number
Ordering glasses online also requires your pupillary distance number (often referred to as PD), or the distance between the pupils. We need this information to make sure your prescription is located on the proper area of the lenses for the frames you select. Check out our guide for how to read your prescription.
Lightweight frames weigh 15 grams or lighter without the lenses.