YOUR PRESCRIPTION CHECKLIST

We want to ensure that we can fill your efficiently to supply you with a product that meets your needs. Here's a checklist of the information we need to fill your prescription.

✓ Your Name
✓ Optometrist Name & Signature
✓ Optometrist Address/Phone Number
✓ Prescription O.S/O.D (Right/Left)
✓ Pupillary Distance
✓ Expiration Date
✓ Add (Only used for progressive vision)

The average cost of a pair of prescription lenses is $289.

NURILENS eyewear offers great quality and premium features on your prescription lenses for a fraction of the price.

Your Pupillary Distance is a Big Deal!

Your Pupillary Distance (PD) is a measurement of the distance between the center of your pupils.

 

Why is Pupillary Distance so Important?

Your PD helps us to locate the center of your vision and ensure sure that aligns perfectly with the prescribed in your frames.

How do I measure my Pupillary Distance?

Your optometrist or optician are the best people to provide an accurate measurement of your Pupillary Distance. They can use an autorefractor machine or the more traditional PD ruler in order to obtain this information.

Your PD is not likely to change over time, so you can also pull your PD from a previous prescription that was filled for you.

Can I measure my PD myself?

The NURILENS Team is currently working on instructional tools and videos that will inform you on how to properly measure your Pupillary Distance. Either measuring it yourself or through the help of a friend, we hope these upcoming tools allow you to measure your Pupillary Distance for your next set of NURILENS Frames!

Why NURILENS Eyewear?

Anti Blue-Light

Our lenses filter blue-light rays that may cause digital eye-strain or negatively impact sleep patterns.

High-Index

Our high-index lenses allow a thinner lens, no matter how strong the prescription.

Superhydrophobic

Aside from being scratch resistant, our lenses are water and oil resistant making them easier to clean.

READING | DISTANCE | MULTIFOCAL

What is My Prescription Type?

Single Vision

Single vision lenses are used for all day wear and use. It helps correct nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatisms.

Progressive Vision

Single vision lenses are used for all day wear and use. It helps correct nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness (hyperopia), and astigmatisms.