Of course we are. See.Saw.Seen Eyewear is founded by an optometrist with nearly twenty years of optical expertise in the United States and abroad. Our frames are hand-picked with meticulous quality control. Our lenses are customized in a certified optical laboratory. Our optical staff members verify your prescription and your eyeglasses are fully customized to your specific needs.
We source the best frames wholesale and sell them at reasonable prices. Just like your favorite boutique stores, we don’t have to deal with the middle men of the major brands and optical chains. Our goal is to provide the best eyewear at the most affordable price to everyone.
Yes! We open our flagship store in San Francisco as of July 2018. Address is 515 Gough Street, San Francisco, CA 94102. Please say Hi and shop for some cool specs.
Every vision plan is different. We suggest that you contact your insurance provider to find out how you can get reimbursed for your eyeglasses. We will gladly provide you with a receipt to submit to your insurance company. As a alternative, we can help you submit your claim for reimbursement. Note that prescription glasses and sunglasses are considered medical devices that are usually covered under most flexible spending (FSA) accounts. Every plan is different, so we recommend that you contact your Human Resources Department for more information.
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You need a valid prescription only if you plan to get prescriptive glasses and sunglasses. That means you do not need a prescription for plano (non-prescriptive) glasses and sunglasses. The prescription must be current, which is usually two years within the date of your most recent eye exam. Consult your optometrist if you don't have a valid prescription.
You can provide us your prescription by:
- Filling out the order form at Check Out
- Emailing or faxing a copy to us (firstname.lastname@example.org / 1-415-795-4700)
- Giving us your optometrist's information so we can contact them for you. Please note that some practitioner's office may require you to sign an authorization release form.
Upon receiving your order, we are required legally to verify your prescription with your eye care practitioner if your prescription eyeglasses are shipped to the states of AK, AL, AZ, CA, CT, FL, GA, KY, MA, NC, NJ, NV, NY, OH, RI, SC, TN, VT, and WA.
Of course you can. Email us email@example.com or fax to 1-415-795-4700. Please make sure to include your order number, which can be found in the order confirmation email sent to you.
Don't worry. Just email or fax us a copy and we will contact your optometrist's office to verify the prescription.
No. Contact lenses prescriptions can be very different from your eyeglasses prescription. Because contact lenses are placed much closer to your eye than eyeglasses, the powers you need are different. Make sure you enter the prescription for your eyeglasses and NOT for contact lenses.
The sphere limit is from +4.00D to -12.00D. The cylinder limit is up to -2.00D. If you have a prescription that is beyond this range, we can still make the lenses for you with an extra charge. Please contact us for more information.
Absolutely. You can order frames with plano (non-prescription) polycarbonate lenses. You can also order the frames without any lenses and get a ten percent (10%) discount.
PD stands for pupillary distance, which is the distance between your pupils. It is important to make sure your lenses are well-centered for your eyes to prevent unnecessary eyestrain. This is necessary only if you get prescription glasses or sunglasses. To measure your PD, consult your optometrist as they have special instrumentation to get an accurate reading.