I made new eyeglasses at a spectacle store called Warby Parker in Seattle University Village . WA has another in DT Seattle.
Like JINS and Zoff in Japan, you can order online if you have a prescription, and you can order at a store with a valid prescription or after a vision test at the store.
The good thing about WP is that you can select up to 5 designs you care about from the website before purchasing, mail them free of charge, and try them on at home.
In addition, you can choose the size of narrow, medium, wide, extra wide even with the same design.
Furthermore, there is also a low bridge nose model (although the number is small), so it is OK for Asians who want to have a flat face.
I have a big face, a low nose, and my eyes are far from average, so it’s hard to find glasses that look good in America, but I found the one that was right for me.
The frame starts at $ 95 including the basic lens, and the price will be added as a lens option.
Since PD was not listed on the prescription, I was a little worried about online ordering and went to the actual store.
The power is as prescribed, but to measure PD, I wore something like binoculars and measured the distance between the left and right black eyes individually from the center. When I asked the optometrist, it seems that some people do not have black eyes symmetrically.
Also, I was measuring the position of my eyes with respect to the lens when I put on the glasses I chose, and after all I went to the store and the answer was correct.
I picked it up at the store or by mail, but I wanted to have the frame adjusted after it was completed, so I picked it up at the store. It will be finished in about 1 to 2 weeks.
It comes in a cute box and comes with a solid hard case.
In the United States, it is good to cover a certain amount of optometry fee, frame, lens fee, etc. with the insurance that you take out once every two years to make eyeglasses.
All the processes were professional, the glasses looked good and I was very satisfied.