Introducing our new virtual personal shopping service

Our eyewear consultants will help you find the perfect frames and lenses from the comfort of your home.

We invite you to be one of the first to try our exciting new virtual shopping  service. Our knowledgeable eyewear consultants will personally assist you in finding the perfect glasses.

Through a professional video chat platform, your eyewear consultant will showcase personalized suggestions from our wide assortment of fashionable and affordable frames. They will also ensure your frames are matched with Canadian-made lenses that fit your prescription.

Right now we are offering 40% off one complete pair.

We understand that new glasses are a commitment, which is why we also offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not completely happy with your selection, we provide 90 days to return your glasses and find a style that you are happy with.

Ready to book an appointment with one of our eyewear consultants? Fill out the form below and we can get started.

 
Customer Information
Prescription Information
All glasses prescriptions require a Pupillary Distance (PD). A prescription missing entries for SPH, CYL, Axis, and ADD may mean you do not require that type of correction. *Please note that if you have previously purchased eyewear from us, we have this information on file and you can leave these fields blank*
OD (Right)
OS (Left)
PD
Step 1. Find a millimeter ruler for measurements and a mirror or a friend. If using a mirror, try to look into the distance as you measure. If a friend is taking your measurements, try to look past them into the distance to avoid the result being too narrow. Step 2. Hold the ruler against the bridge of your nose and line up the middle of your left pupil with the 0 line of the ruler. You can now measure the distance between your pupils! Step 3. Measure across to the middle of your right pupil, still looking into the distance. Your PD should be between 46 and 74. Repeat these steps 2 to 3 times to get a consistent number. Note that PD is measured in millimeters. If your ruler is in centimeters, you can convert it online, but don’t measure your PD in inches. It might result in a wrong conversion and your measurement won’t be accurate. If you measure your PD the wrong way, you won’t have the right lens placement.
What are you looking for?
To optimize your virtual shopping experience, please answer the following questions so we can select a mix of frames that suit your style, face shape and, most importantly, your needs.
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