Cateye, Wayfarer, Aviators, wrap, oversized, Rimless (3 piece), half rims, Clubmaster, Rectangle, round, square and oval shaped lenses.
Progressive, Bifocal, Reading and Distance lenses. Please contact us to get a quote for any other type.
Premium A+ grade lenses, tested by COLT labs for highest performance and clarity scores.
Eyeglass lens replacement orders marked with Rush Service ship overnight to us and then the next day back to you! Regular orders are shipped free USPS (3-5 days) and processed in just 2-3 days.
With over 250 years of combined experience, our optical team guarantees that your lenses are made at 100% accuracy or your money back.
Prescription lenses for your frame start at $54 and includes premium anti-glare, easy clean, anti-static, UV protection, and anti-scratch coatings.Shipping is free both ways.
This will depend if your frame can hold prescription lenses. If so, we can work on any such frame including very old and vintage eyewear.
Yes. We can copy prescription values from your current lenses. Please note that we recommend to recheck you eyes and obtain a recent copy of your prescription if it has been over a year since your previous checkup.
Only if requited due to a medical condition such as cataract removal, lasik and blindness. Overnight glasses is committed to maintain high product quality and so we do not replace just one eye for any other reason. Different lens materials reflect light differently and when mixed together, can cause headaches, eyestrain and other known eye and health issues.
This would really depend on your prescription strength and need. Trivex lenses are the best lenses for lower prescription strengths. It is the clearest, lightest and strongest lens material.
Most lens replacement and new lenses orders are delivering to us and back to you in less than a week.
Unfortunately, no. even though we maintain a library of all frames lenses shapes and sizes, we learned that even the same frame model and size will have slightly different lens sizes and may result in the lenses sitting too loose inside the frame. A lens that isn’t sitting tightly inside the frame, can lose its axis and distort your required vision correction.