Glasses online at Mister Spex UK.
Are you looking for new glasses but don't want to run from optician to optician trying different frames? We have good news for you. Buying glasses has never been easier and can be done from the comfort of your own home! With a huge selection of more than 4,000 pairs of prescription glasses, there is something for everyone at Mister Spex. Read on to find out what you should consider when purchasing glasses online and how to find the right pair to suit your faceshape, fashion and lifestyle.
Find the right glasses for your particular needs
Today, 69% of people in the UK wear glasses. But not everyone needs them for the same reason. For some, it is to correct shortsightedness, for others it is to help with longsightedness, or for reading. In any case, glasses should not just be functional but also fashionable. We have thousands of glasses from today's hottest designers. Choose frames from Ray-Ban, Oakley, Tom Ford, Boss, Michael Kors, Chloe and more. Find the right frames to flatter your face and let your unique style shine.
Your perfect pair of glasses depends entirely on your own individual needs. We stock thousands of frames which can be fitted with different types of lenses to match your requirements. Our range of prescription glasses includes:
- Single vision glasses: Single vision glasses correct either longsightedness (hyperopia) or shortsightedness (myopia). Prescription values with a plus are for longsightedness, whereas values with a negative are for shortsightedness. As long as the values are not very high, there are no special hurdles when selecting frames, and for most glasses wearers a pair of prescription glasses with single vision lenses is the right choice. It is only in the case of high dioptre values in the minus range that you need to resort to thicker spectacle frames. If you are unsure, contact us; our team of experts is happy to help you find the right frames!
- Reading glasses: From about the age of 40 upwards, a natural loss of function of the eyes makes itself felt - a condition known as presbyopia. As the years go on, it can become more difficult to read books, labels or cards and reading glasses are a helpful tool. They are designed to correct vision in a close range of approximately 30 to 45 centimetres. The only downside is that reading glasses must be constantly put on and taken off because they distort long-range vision, which is why the frames of reading glasses are so narrow. A practical alternative to reading glasses, especially for those who already have glasses to correct vision problems, is varifocal lenses.
- Varifocal glasses: Varifocal lenses correct not only shortsightedness or longsightedness, but also presbyopia. Their lenses have three different zones: the upper area corrects shortsightedness or longsightedness, the middle is the area for interstitials, which also allows for a seamless transition from near to far vision, and the bottom replaces the reading glasses. For the three zones to have enough space, only larger frames with sufficient space can be fitted with varifocal lenses; small frames are not suitable for this purpose. Browse our selection of varifocal glasses.
- Workplace glasses: If you work with a computer regularly, you should think about a so-called workplace glasses. These glasses are optimised for extended close range, which includes the distance from your face to the computer screen. They are available either as single vision glasses or as varifocal glasses with different viewing areas: Mister Spex offers workplace glasses with so-called "room comfort lenses". This not only gives you a clear view of your PC, but also the mouse, the keyboard and even the colleagues outside the extended range. Workplace glasses make the office day easier for people who suffer from long-term or age-related problems.
Shop by shape, width, colour and more with our filter functions
In order to make it easier for you to find a new pair of glasses, we recommend using the filters on the left navigation bar. Activate one or more to find the right glasses to suit your needs. It only takes a few clicks of your mouse to see which frames our experts have picked out. Here are just a few of your options:
- Face shape: use this filter to find glasses that will flatter your face shape. Choose from round, square, heart-shaped or oval.
- Frame width: as a general rule, glasses frames should not be wider or narrower than your face. The exception, of course, is a striking model selected to make a fashion statement. If you already have a pair of glasses that fit you well, you can measure the width along the top frame line and enter it directly in millimetres. Just click on the ruler which is shown under the filter. If you are unsure which frame is ideal for you, you can find some helpful tips in our service section.
- Frame shape: if you like the shape of a pair of glasses, you can select them here. Choose from narrow, rectangle, square, round, aviator, cat-eye or sporty. However, if you are unsure about what is best for you, we recommend using the facial shape tool to find a flattering style.
- Frame type: this filter sorts models by rimless, full-rim or half-rim. Rimless eyeglasses are very discreet and ideal for minimalistic looks. Full-rim glasses are the classic style, but can also work as a striking, on-trend accessory, thanks to a variety of colour and shape variations. Half-rim glasses are available in two styles: glasses with a lower half-rim are often used as reading glasses, whereas an upper half-rim is a trendy accent - but still more subtle than full-rim glasses.
- Colour: it is best to consider your hair and eye colour when shopping by glasses colour. Lighter types should opt for golds, browns and pastel colours. Bold and strong colours are best for darker features.
- Material: if you are looking for a specific frame material, this is your filter. Plastic frames provide a comfortable fit and are available in a wide range of shapes and colours. Metal, titanium or carbon frames are ever-classic and extremely robust - and are the best option for those who want very thin frames.
Buy cheap online glasses at Mister Spex - a step-by-step guide.
Ordering glasses online may seem like a strange and daunting process. However, we at Mister Spex have done our very best to make it as uncomplicated and risk-free as possible. What's more, you can try on glasses without risk: simply use our online fitting tool or order up to four models to try on at home. Read on for our step-by-step explanation and please do not hesitate to contact the trained opticians on our customer service team if you have any questions.
- Use the filter options on the left side of our website and narrow your selection according to your personal needs to create a wishlist.
- Use our online fitting tool: either upload a photo of yourself or try the selected glasses on virtually with your webcam in 3-D.
- Choose up to four pairs of frames for trying on at home. You can then try them risk-free and under no obligation for up to ten days.
- If you opt for a pair of glasses, please give us the details of your prescription on the enclosed return note and return all four frames free of charge.
Of course, if you know what frames you want, you can skip step 3 and just place your order. It is really that simple!
The price of each model includes quality glasses, including ultra-reflective coating, hardening treatment and UV filter.
Great quality and service from Mister Spex
We offer free delivery and returns on orders over £29.00. You will receive your new glasses within just a few days after placing your order. If something is wrong, or you are in any way dissatisfied with your order, you have the opportunity to send the glasses back to us free of charge within 30 days. Shop Mister Spex and enjoy:
· Great selection of thousands of designer frames
· Easy-to-use filters to make sure you find the right pair of glasses
· Free delivery on all orders over £29.00
· 30-day money back guarantee and free returns
· Helpful and knowledgeable customer service team
Start your search now by browsing through Mister Spex's range of products for men, women and children.