My sunglasses were not quite right & they were replaced immediately with ones I hat worked. - really friendly service- would order again
Amazing everything I could ask for! Great service, product and prices. I could not believe how well I did by choosing Origin Glasses. 3 pairs thin lenses. Progressive prescription... made and delivered in about 8 days. Cost just over $800, yes really for 3 pairs. The last time I bought glasses it was $1100 for one pair. I can buy glasses every year now maybe twice a year. Origin will be my choice. Thank you so much!!!!! A very happy girl
Great glasses for a great price. Daughter is very happy, Vision is great. Took a bit longer than anticipated but worth the wait!
Very happy with my new glasses. Sent off prescription, chose glasses, in no time great quality specs and lenses arrived. So pleased I ordered a second pair. Don't belive the adverts , you're NOT better off going to Clearly. Go to Origin Glasses com for quality and great value
Glasses look just like the picture, very quick delivery and amazing quality and value, thanks.
Frame width is the horizontal diameter of the full frame width, and it’s the primary way we determine fit. (Note: You will not find this number on your glasses.). If your current glasses do not fit well, use them as a gauge towards a better fitting pair. Find a frame that is slightly wider than your face — no more than a finger width between the temple and your face. Origin offers 4 different frame sizes (XS, S, M, L) so choosing the right one is key to making sure your new glasses correctly fit your face.
|XS||110 -122 mm|
|S||123 - 128 mm|
|M||129 - 134 mm|
|L||135 - 150 mm|
For example if your glasses has the numbers 55  18 - 145 (in millimeters), here are what they represent:
55 (mm) will represent the width of the lens. Usually a 2 digit number in the 40-62mm range. You have a leeway of 2-3mm on this measurement
18 (mm) will represent the width of the bridge. Usually a 2 digit number in the 14-24mm range. You have a leeway of 1-2mm on this measurement
145 (mm) will represent the overall length of the arm. Usually a 3 digit number in the 110-150mm range. You have a leeway of 2-3mm on this measurement