This is a demo store. No orders will be fulfilled.
Yes. We guarantee all of our brand frames are 100% authentic. We are a certified reseller of all the brands on our website; all items are acquired directly from the brand manufacturers and distributors.
a. If you want just the frame press on “Add to cart” button.
b.If you want with prescription lenses, press "Buy with lenses". Our automatic system will select just available options for your frame and prescription. Choose accordingly. At the end “Add to cart”.
The numbers on your eyeglass prescription describe precisely how your lenses will correct your vision. Keep your prescription up to date. Typically, you’ll see several English or Latin abbreviations:
OD=oculus dexter=Right eye
OS=oculus sinister=Left eye
SPH = Sphere (the number can be with +sign or -sign… very important-do not forget it)
CYL =Cylinder (the number can be with +sign or -sign… very important-do not forget it)
Axis = a number from 0 to 180
Prism =rarely you will see a number but if you do please write it down for us(otherwise you can see double).
Base -this is the direction for the prism (if you have one) = a word= (UP, Down, IN, OUT)
PD=pupillary distance (see next topic)
PD, or pupillary distance, refers to the distance in millimeters between the center of one pupil to the center of the other. Having a correct PD on your glasses prescription insures that you are looking through the ideal spot in your lenses. If this number was not provided on your prescription by your eye Doctor, you can measure it yourself. On your prescription the PD number will be in the ‘PD’ or ‘pupillary distance’ section of your eyeglass prescription. This is often separate from the ‘grid’ section of your prescription - where the doctor writes out the main prescription information. A ‘single’ pupillary distance number is the distance in millimeters between one eye’s pupil to the other eye’s pupil. A ‘dual’ pupillary distance number is the distance in millimeters from each eye’s pupil to the center of your nose. A single PD will be just one number, while a dual PD will have a number for each eye, marked ‘right’ and ‘left’. (Some prescriptions may have ‘OD’ for the ‘right’ eye, and ‘OS’ for ‘left’ eye.)
Absolutely. We care about your security and privacy very much. Our site is secured by SSL certificate from SECTIGO. This allows your access over a secure connection using the HTTPS protocol.
This encrypts the data transmitted between you (the visitor's web browser) and our website, ensuring all data transmitted back and forth is safe and secure. Also our site is hosted and the server managed professionally by DreamHost.
After filling out our Returns form, you can drop the glasses at any USPS drop box.
Go to our Order page. You'll need the email address you placed your order with and your order ID (found in your confirmation email).
Not in US. Prescription glasses and contact lenses are exempted from taxes.
Yes, you can. However, we check what you entered against your doctor prescription if you sent it to us. Usually if we find a mismatch we will contact you. But if you know something went wrong, please make sure to contact our customer service prior to making any changes.
There are two ways to shop on BroadwayGlasses.com using your FSA/HSA money.