Where is the model number on my glasses?
Prescription glasses or optical grade glasses always have their model name and model number printed on the inside of either the right or left temple (arm) of the frame; model names and model numbers are not always printed in the same place.
What are the numbers on my sunglasses?
Answer: They’re size measurements in millimeters.
The first number (e.g. 52), is the width of the lenses. The second number (e.g. 20) is the distance between the lenses. And the third number (e.g. 135) is the complete length of the temple arm, which includes the portion that goes behind your ear.
How do I know what type of lens I have?
Your type of vision problem will determine the shape of your lens. You’ll need a concave lens (curves inward) if you’re nearsighted. A convex lens (curves outward) will help if you’re farsighted. If you have astigmatism, your cornea is shaped wrong, so your lenses may be more like a cylinder.
How do I know my eyeglass prescription?
Your prescription will be registered at any optician or eye practice where you have had an eye exam. In most instances, you will be given a copy of your prescription after the exam, but in the event that you are not, you can always request one.
How do I find the same glasses frames?
The key to finding the right frames is to remember that opposites attract. Select eyeglasses that contrast from your facial contours and bring symmetry and balance to your prominent features. At Eyeconic you can try on hundreds of eyeglass frames virtually to see which styles complement your appearance.
Is minus 3.5 eyesight bad?
If your number is between -0.25 and -2.00, you have mild nearsightedness. If your number is between -2.25 and -5.00, you have moderate nearsightedness. If your number is lower than -5.00, you have high nearsightedness.
Can you check Ray-Ban serial number?
Look for the model number inside the “arms” of the glasses.
On the left arm, you’ll see your glasses’ serial and manufacturing numbers. On the right arm, you should see the Ray-Ban logo, “Made in Italy”, and a stylized “CE” (which signifies that the glasses are certified to be sold in Europe).