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How Do I Find Out What my Pupillary Distance Is?

Should your pupillary distance not on be on your prescription, this isn’t a problem! It can be figured out quite easily. Select one of the following two options:

1. E-mail us a front-facing photo of your face so we can determine your pupillary distance with the help of our optical software. Your photo will be handled with the strictest of confidence and never passed on to any third parties. When you have placed a home-trial order, please send us a front-facing photo with the selected frames. Home-trial is recommended by our opticians if you have especially high prescription values.

However, should you want to order your glasses with prescription lenses without home-trial, you can also send us a photo with a ruler held horizontally above your eyebrows.

2. Measure your pupillary distance yourself using a ruler.

Tip: Our opticians recommend the first option. Simply select "I don't know my PD" when ordering, and our team of opticians will contact you via email after your order has been placed with further assistance.

Detailed information on how to determine your PD: How to mesure your PD with a ruler


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