The Internet has changed the way we buy things. Nowadays even our prescription eyeglasses can be delivered to your door with only one click. Retailers have stepped up in order to meet not only the demand but the requirements of customers buying online world/wide. When you are buying from an e-commerce store, you want to be sure that when you order glasses online, you are getting accurate lenses to match your needs.
That’s why retailers like SmartBuyGlasses will want to be as accurate as possible when it comes to your prescription.
Don’t worry, you don’t need to be a tech whizz. In fact, there are simple steps you can take to order glasses online that make this an accessible option to all glasses wearers! Follow this easy guide and you’ll be ready to order glasses online today!
1. Get Your Prescription
Before buying a pair of eyeglasses it is very important to visit your optometrist, he should identify your vision problem and consequently your particular needs. Your Optometrist is responsible for writing you an accurate and detailed prescription; and also answers any question you might have in regards about your eye care.
Opticians should also be available to help you when it comes to your custom-made glasses. They are in charge of services like measuring pupillary distance and offering any relevant information to help you choose the best lenses and frames for your prescription.
SmartBuyGlasses’ Virtual Try On Technology
Once you have your prescription available, you can go to SmartBuyGlasses and choose any eyeglasses or sunglasses that appeal to you. It might be difficult or overwhelming to decide on the best frame or pair of sunglasses seeing all the options you have online; filtering for your particular preferences, in material, color or brand might be helpful.
Glasses are personal to everyone and retailers like SmartBuyGlasses understand that it might be a challenge; that’s why SmartBuyGlasses has come up with a virtual try-on tool (VTO). This technology allows you to virtually try on glasses using your webcam so there are no surprises or style risks.
The tool will also give you the possibility to take a snapshot and send it to your friends or family to receive the best style advice.
2. Get the Right Frame
Do you already have a pair of glasses in mind? You can search through SmartBuyGlasses’ extensive collection of designer eyeglasses or sunglasses and order directly online. SmartBuyGlasses has options for all budgets, styles, and eye care needs.
The right eyeglasses frames will bring out your greatest features. The first thing you should consider is face shape. If you used the Virtual Try-On tool, you might have noticed that it gives you information about your face shape and even gives you some advice on the frame shape that might appeal for you. However, if you didn’t try it; all you have to do is look in the mirror to determine your face shape and then you can go shopping.
Stylists recommend buying frames that have opposite shapes than the ones of your face; for instance if you have a round face you should probably buy more angular frames like rectangular frames.
Knowing what glasses will fit your face best is important when it comes to choosing the right eyeglass frames. If your glasses are too big or too small they could be disproportionate to your face. If they’re too loose they won’t be secure to your head while too narrow could restrict proper blood flow and cause a headache. If you’re just looking to replace your frames but like the way your old ones fit, just check out the measurements engraved on the temple.
3. Enter Your Prescription
Once you have chosen your frames, the only thing left to do is fit them with your prescription lenses. At SmartBuyGlasses, you can enter this information manually or upload it in the system.
SmartBuyGlasses is NZ’s most trusted online eyewear retailer. Whatever your style or eye care needs you’re sure to find what you’re looking for from their large selection of styles and brands. SmartBuyGlasses offer you 24-months warranty, FREE shipping and they guarantee you the best price in the market.