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What do people ask?

You should go to the ophthalmologist to check if you need glasses and to give you a prescription.  

First row of the prescription is usually for the right eye (OD) and second row is usually for the left eye (OS). 

The Values written on the prescription will be: SPH (Sphere), CYL (Cylinder), AXIS and PD. 

SPH value determines whether you are myopic or hyperopic. (-20.00<SPH<20.00) 

Negative SPH number is for nearsighted people and positive SPH number is for farsighted people. 

CYL and AXIS values are used for astigmatism correction. 

PD is the distance from the center of one pupil to the center of the other. You cannot order your glasses without the PD value. 

If your prescription also has ADD values, then these values will be used for the reading ability of Bifocal or Progressive Lenses. 

Pupillary distance is measured in millimeters and is defined as the distance from the center of one pupil to the center of the other pupil. 


If you have a millimeter ruler and a mirror in your home? Then you are able to measure your PD yourself! 

  1. Stand about 203 mm (or 8 inches) away from your mirror.
  2. Hold a ruler to your forehead.
  3. Close your right eye and align the 0 mm of the ruler with the center of your left pupil.
  4. Look straight ahead, then close your left eye and open your right eye.
  5. The mm line that lines up to the center of your right pupil is your PD.

And you are done. 

You have now found the distance between the centers of your pupils which corresponds to the distance of the single pupil. 

You can simply select the frame you want, choose the color of the frame you are interested in and click on select lenses and purchase, choose only frame, proceed with the payment and you are done. 

Processing time of all orders, is 2-3 working days. Delivery time depends mostly on the destination a package is shipped to. Usually delivery time within India is 5-7 working days. 

You can check the guide through our Virtual Try-On page. 

We supply our customers only with high quality frames and lenses since our aim is to have always 100% satisfied customers. 

You can contact us at support@opticsfit.in to inform you with the procedure of returning the wrong product back to us and replacing it with a new one. 

No we do not have available contact lenses at the moment. 

Opticsfit is happy to offer you with Opticsfit glasses for men, Opticsfit glasses for women and Opticsfit glasses for children. 

No you do not need to have an account as to be able to place an order. You can place your order as a guest user if you want. 

Please contact us at support@opticsfit.in and we will assist you with the tracking of your order. 

At the moment, we only have online store. 

Non prescriptive products can be returned or exchanged within 15 days of order delivery. Refunds will be processed within 5 working days of receiving the product. The returned products need to be in their original condition.

No, not every power fits every frame. Power compatibility is mentioned for each of our frames. When you choose a frame you like, you can check the powers it is compatible with on the product page.

You can submit your eye prescription details while placing your order; alternatively you can also submit your prescription within 48 hours of placing your order. For more information please contact us on support@opticsfit.in

All our glasses are covered with a 1 year warranty from the date of purchase. For more information please contact us on support@opticsfit.in

Currently we do not offer repairing services at this time; however we will be doing so in the future.

You can cancel an order for prescription eyewear within 48 hours. However, you would be subjected to a restock fee. All other non-prescriptive eyewear orders can be cancelled anytime. For more information please contact us on support@opticsfit.in

Order processing time depends on inventory and delivery timelines. Ideally, deliveries will not take more than 9 working days, for more information please contact us on support@opticsfit.in

Currently we do not offer eye checkup services, however we will be doing so in the future. We would advise you to have the latest prescription before placing your order.

  1. Measure Your Face Shape:

Round Face:

    • Look for angular or geometric frames to add definition.
    • Frames with bold lines and sharp angles can complement a round face.

Square Face:

    • Choose rounded or oval frames to soften facial features.
    • Cat-eye or oval-shaped frames work well for square faces.

Oval Face:

    • Lucky you! Oval faces can pull off most frame shapes.
    • Experiment with different styles to find the ones you like best.

Heart-shaped Face:

    • Opt for frames with wider bottoms to balance the narrower forehead.
    • Aviator or cat-eye frames can be flattering for heart-shaped faces.

Diamond Face:

    • Look for frames that highlight the eyes and cheekbones.
    • Oval and rimless frames often complement diamond-shaped faces.
  1. Understand Frame Measurements:

Lens Width (A):

    • Measure the width of one lens horizontally in millimeters.
    • Standard widths range from 48mm to 58mm.

Bridge Width (B):

    • Measure the distance between the lenses at the nose bridge.
    • Typical bridge widths range from 16mm to 23mm.

Temple Length (C):

    • Measure the length of the temple arm from the hinge to the end.
    • Standard lengths range from 135mm to 150mm.

Frame Width (D):

    • Measure the total width of the frame from temple to temple.
    • Usually, this ranges from 120mm to 150mm.
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