Prescription ski goggle with mirror lens

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SPHERE SPH CYLINDER CYL AXIS PRISM/BASE ADD/NEAR PD   SPHERE SPH CYLINDER CYL AXIS PRISM/BASE ADD/NEAR PD

 

          PD Help

WITHOUT A VALUE FOR YOUR PD IT IS NOT POSIBLE TO COMPLETE A PRESCRIPTION ORDER

P.D.= PUPIL DISTANCE

We require your pupil distance (PD) to ensure you will get the best optical vision from your sports eyewear. With the measurement we can ensure that the prescription lens optical centre is direct in line with each of your pupils. Most adult PD's are between 60-65mm the average being 63mm. The best and most accurate measurement of your PD will come from an optician. If you don't have a PD measurement on your prescription form, you can always contact your optician and ask them for it. If for any reason your optician is unwilling to provide the information, you can make the measurement by yourself using one of the methods below.

Online... use our free online pupillary distance measurement programme below allowing you to measure your own pupillary distance, all you need is a camera and a credit or store card. Click on the image below.

How To Measure Pupillary Distance

With a ruler... to obtain a P.D. Measurement it's best to ask a friend or member of the family to help you. Take a mm. rule and place it over the bridge of your nose with the 0 over the centre of your left pupil and take the measurement to the centre of the right pupil. If your eyes are very dark and the pupil cannot be seen clearly you can measure from the inner edge of the left iris to the outer edge of the right iris (see diagram below). Only one measurement is necessary any adjustments needed for reading or bifocal lenses will be made by us. To enter the value on our website take the total value, say 64mm and divide it by 2: 64/2 =32 and enter 32mm right eye and 32mm left eye. Take the measurement at least 3 times and achieve a measurement within 1 or 2mm

Note: If you are unsure about any of the advice given above you can always contact us and speak to a professional. They will be happy to clarify any points and talk you through the process. Call us on 08432892 099 our emergency number is 0797 3333 046

            PD Help

WITHOUT A VALUE FOR YOUR PD IT IS NOT POSIBLE TO COMPLETE A PRESCRIPTION ORDER

P.D.= PUPIL DISTANCE

We require your pupil distance (PD) to ensure you will get the best optical vision from your sports eyewear. With the measurement we can ensure that the prescription lens optical centre is direct in line with each of your pupils. Most adult PD's are between 60-65mm the average being 63mm. The best and most accurate measurement of your PD will come from an optician. If you don't have a PD measurement on your prescription form, you can always contact your optician and ask them for it. If for any reason your optician is unwilling to provide the information, you can make the measurement by yourself using one of the methods below.

Online... use our free online pupillary distance measurement programme below allowing you to measure your own pupillary distance, all you need is a camera and a credit or store card. Click on the image below.

How To Measure Pupillary Distance

With a ruler... to obtain a P.D. Measurement it's best to ask a friend or member of the family to help you. Take a mm. rule and place it over the bridge of your nose with the 0 over the centre of your left pupil and take the measurement to the centre of the right pupil. If your eyes are very dark and the pupil cannot be seen clearly you can measure from the inner edge of the left iris to the outer edge of the right iris (see diagram below). Only one measurement is necessary any adjustments needed for reading or bifocal lenses will be made by us. To enter the value on our website take the total value, say 64mm and divide it by 2: 64/2 =32 and enter 32mm right eye and 32mm left eye. Take the measurement at least 3 times and achieve a measurement within 1 or 2mm

Note: If you are unsure about any of the advice given above you can always contact us and speak to a professional. They will be happy to clarify any points and talk you through the process. Call us on 08432892 099 our emergency number is 0797 3333 046

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Before you place a prescription order if you are unsure of any part of the process, don’t hesitate to contact us. Our professionals are always happy to help and give advice, please take a moment to read this important information.
How to order your prescription lenses

Understanding your prescription isn’t as difficult as you may think. However if you are in any doubt about the information you need to enter on this web site we would encourage you to. Either contact us for help or email a copy of your prescription to:prescriptions@uksportseyewear.co.uk our professionals are always happy to help or extract the information we need for you.

After your eye test you will be given a copy of your prescription. The form will have values for both your Right and Left eyes. For most sporting applications all we require is your distance vision (single vision) these values will be displayed as 'SPH', 'CYL' and 'AXIS'. Don’t worry if any of the boxes are empty, it simply means you don’t require any correction. If you have had your eyes tested in a none English speaking country and you are unsure of how to read the prescription. Again send a copy to us we will take the information require.

SPH (sphere) this is the correction for long or short sight and can be shown as either a '+' or '-' value. These values increase in steps of 0.25, e.g. 0.25, 0.50, 0.75, 1.00 and 1.25 etc. For example, your eye test may show something like: -1.25 in the box. (Ensure you enter thecorrect + or – symbol)

CYL (cylinder) this details the correction for any astigmatism. It can be a '+' or '-' value and goes up in 0.25 steps, e.g. 0.25, 0.50, 0.75,1.00 etc. If DS (dioptre sphere) appears under the 'CYL' field, this indicates that there is no 'CYL' value. (Ensure you enter the correct + or – symbol)

AXIS (axis) the axis is a correction for astigmatism. There must be acorrection to the CYL for there to be an AXIS value. The figure is avalue in degrees 0 to 180.

ADD/NEAR (addition) you’re reading addition: we would only require this information if we were making a bifocals or varifocal lenses. In sports eyewear it is not popular to have this kind of lens as it may affect your ability to judge objects, speed and distance. If you need a reading lens we would recommend it be used when stationary and a reading spot.

Prism & Base. Are values for eye alignment problems, only a small percentage of prescriptions will have a value. If you have a prism and base correction, enter the values in the appropriate boxes as indicated on your prescription.

PD (Pupillary distance) This can be a Left and Right eye measurement or a single value (64mm) for single values simply divide by 2 (64mm) = Left 32mm & Right 32mm

To get the optimum vision from your sports eyewear we need your PD (Pupillary distance) Pupillary distance is the distance between the centres of your eyes; the value is typically given in millimetres or must be converted to millimetre to enter on this web site. If the PD measurement is not on your prescription your first step should be to contact your optician. Some opticians leave pupillary distance off prescriptions unless they are specifically asked to add them. But don’t worry if you can’t get the value it is also possible to measure pupillary distance at home with the assistance of a ruler. (We would only encourage you to measure the PD yourself if your net prescription value is below 4) It is usually helpful to have a friend or partner perform the actual measurement, although people can reasonably accurately do this by looking into a mirror and using a ruler. Pupillary distance can vary widely from person to person, and it is wise to take at least three measurements to confirm that the measurement is indeed correct, rather than assuming that it probably is on the first try: HOW TO MEASURE YOUR PD

IMPORTANT: Please note that PRESCRIPTION SPORTS EYEWEAR is non-cancellable, non-returnable & non-refundable (unless faulty) and by electronically signing (ticking our T&Cs) our terms and conditions you are agreeing to be bound by these conditions.

Prescription ski goggle with mirror lens
Prescription ski goggle with mirror lens
Prescription ski goggle with mirror lens
Prescription ski goggle with mirror lens
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Prescription ski goggle insert glazed to your prescription


New for 2013 the Dixon Cortina ski goggle with RX insert. The frame is light weight and made for a super flex material. The lens has a flash REVO mirror coating and is made Lexan a new material out of Japan. The Cortina has soft foam padding for all day comfort and has a fully adjustable head band.

Main Features: 
•    Mirror coated flexible Lexan lens
•    Vented ports that allows air flow but prevents snow & ice clogging
•    100% UVA, UVB protection
•    Designed for use with helmets
•    fully adjustable elasticized headband 
•    Ultra soft face hugging foam

OPTIONAL UPGRADES
All of our eyewear comes complete with a case or protection but can be upgraded as follows.
Micro Fibre goggle bag
Micro Fibre goggle bag
(+£3.05)
Micro Fibre Cleaning Cloth
Micro Fibre Cleaning Cloth
(+£1.02)
Your eyewear is required for:
Distance vision
Reading / Near vision
Distance + Reading spot

Select your prescription lens type:
Range A Standard
Range B (1.67 high index)
Range C (1.67 high power)

Prescription lens coatings:
None
Anti scratch
Anti glare
Anti mist
3 in 1 Mist + Scratch + Glare

PRESCRIPTION
Using the button to the left  select:
1.    What you require the glasses for Distance or reading
2.    Ensure you select the same range type as indicated
3.    Add any coatings you require to your prescription lenses

ADDITIONAL LENSES
All our lenses are 100% UVA & B rated and exceed CE requirements in all categories.
Here you can select any additional, none prescription FRAME lenses. By adding extra lenses your eyewear can be customized for use in all kinds of different light conditions and sports.
Product Code: 128 PRICE £80.00
You can select to try the frame before you buy:
Send frame with prescription
Send frame to try (-£60.00)
Try Before You Buy

Try before you buy is a feature we offer to customers who want to try the frame before the prescription lenses are fitted. UK Eyewear will send the frame in the post to allow you to try the fit, look, comfort and seal features of the product. We would also encourage you to take the frame along to your own optician if you have ever been informed of any irregularities or issues with the prescription regarding lens angles etc. If you are happy to have the frame fitted with your prescription. Simply return the frame in the packaging provided along with a copy of your prescription. Upon receipt the prescription will be checked by a professional and we will contact you to discuss your requirements and take payment.

Quick guide in how to enter your prescription

SPH (sphere) Please ensure that when you select the power of your sphere from the drop down box that you pay particular attention to choosing the correct + or – value.

CYL (cylinder) as above ensure that when you select the power of your cylinder from the drop down box that you pay particular attention to choosing the correct + or – value.

AXIS (axis) is the value you enter from 0 to 180°

ADD/NEAR (addition) you need only enter a value here if you require a reading correction. If the lenses are not having a correction for reading, leave as NONE.

Prism & Base Type in the correction as it appears on your prescription. This value is not common to all prescriptions. If your prescription is blank leave the box empty.

PD (Pupillary distance) the distance between your eyes. You may have been given or measured your PD with a single number e.g. (64mm) If this is the case simply divide your measurement by 2 e.g. a 64mm PD becomes Right eye 32mm and Left eye 32mm.

For a more detailed understanding about your prescription read our advice. Understanding more about your prescription. If you require further help, contact us or email your prescription, or professionals will take the information we need for you.

PRODUCT IMAGES: The product images and lenses shown are there as a guild only. It is for the customer to select the prescription lens type colour and finish.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Please note that PRESCRIPTION SPORTS EYEWEAR is non-cancellable, non-returnable & non-refundable (unless faulty) and by electronically signing (ticking our T&Cs) our terms and conditions you are agreeing to be bound by these conditions.
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