How to get our Prescription Glasses Online

Whether you're Looking to order our prescription glasses or just  renewing your prescription lens,Vocalskull make stake care of it easy.

Prescription Glasses Customization Guide

For someones with prescriptions, all you need is your most recent lens prescription from your optometrist. Or those who have never worn prescription eyeglasses need to get an in-person eye exam.

Finding Most Fittable Prescription lens For You

Tailored to one focus length,Find lenses in every conceivable color, or style,function, or need so you can quickly find the perfect fit for your Prescription,making ensure you get clear vision.

Choose A Lens Brand And Model

We only use the centuried quality lenses available in the U.S. - Kodak lenses. For every lens group, you will see a "good, better, best" choice within that group. We do not sell any low quality, cheap lenses.

4 required information about custom lenses

Custom prescription glasses online need 4 important pieces of information, Sphere (SPH); Cylinder (CYL), Axis, and Pupillary Distance (PD).

  • Sphere(SPH )

    Sphere(SPH ) stands for this indicates the amount of lens power, prescribed to correct nearsightedness or farsightedness. If the number appearing under this heading has a minus sign (–), you are nearsighted; if the number has a plus sign (+) or is not preceded by a plus sign or a minus sign, you are farsighted.

  • Cylinder (CYL)

    Cylinder (CYL) – This indicates the amount of lens power for astigmatism. If nothing appears in this column, either you have no astigmatism, The number in the cylinder column may be preceded by a minus sign (for the correction of nearsighted astigmatism) or a plus sign (for farsighted astigmatism).

  • Axis

    Axis – The numbers under this column refer to angle degrees (1 to 180) and not diopters.If an eyeglass prescription includes cylinder power, it also must include an axis value, which follows the CYL power. this only applies to astigmatism prescriptions.

  • Pupillary Distance(PD)

    PD, or pupillary distance, refers to the distance in millimeters between the center of one pupil to the center of the other. Having a correct PD on your glasses prescription ensures that you’re looking through the ideal spot in your lenses, so it’s important to know what is PD.

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  • Single Vision

    Single Vision – Single Vision prescriptions are used to correct either nearsightedness (myopia) or farsightedness or astigmatism. which is the standard eyeglasses for one field of vision across the entire lens. Correct one field of vision (near, intermediate, or distance).

  • Progressive

    Progressive prescriptions are used to correct both near, intermediate and distance in one lens. contain two or more vision-correcting prescriptions. also, known as varifocals or Multifocals, An all-in-one lens solution.which allowed the wearer a seamless and uninterrupted transition when looking from up-close objects to far-away distances.

  • Non-Prescription

    Non-prescription lenses offer protection and style with no vision correction. (no power).

Step 2. Confirm Prescription Lenses Type

  • Standard Clear Lenses

    Traditional and transparent lenses for those who are near-sighted (minus lens) or farsighted (plus lens) are fit for everyday use. Astigmatism prescription can also be incorporated within the lens to ensure you get a clear vision.

  • Blue-Light Blocking Lenses

    The lenses are designed to deal with eyestrain caused by computer screens.With a pale yellow fort-like protective coating which filters out harmful blue light emitted by digital screens, providing comfort to your eye, and helps to reduce artificial glare & eyestrain.

  • Photochromic(Light-Responsive) Lenses

    Photochromic lenses adapt to changing light that Lenses are clear indoors and darken automatically when exposed to sunlight.The lenses remain clear indoors and once the UV light hits the lens it changes to a dark tint offering comfort and protection from sunlight.

  • Tinted Colour Lenses

    Custom choose your favourite tint colour, darkness and dip style of lens type based on your everyday activities and lifestyle! Available in full tint (one colour depth all over the lens) and gradient tint (Darker at the top, gradually lighten towards the bottom).

  • Polarizing lenses 

    Polarizing lenses eliminate glare, with a filter that blocks intense reflected light, improves clarity and enhances contrast whilst protecting your eyes from harmful UV light rays. add comfort and enhance vision when cross-country skiing, fishing or driving. Perfect for driving and outdoor sports, most notably water and winter sports

  • Mirror Lenses

    These lenses by providing a reflective surface that makes the eye virtually invisible to viewers, mirrored lenses also protect your eyes from heat and glare. with a highly reflective and eye-catching coating, available in a wider choice of colours.