Step 1. Choose Your Frames
Now it is even easier to choose your frames with virtual try on and recommendations. Simply click the ‘Try on’ button, and follow the 3D tool’s prompts to visualise the selected frame on your face. Select from a range of styles and brands, or use our buyer's guide to help you choose a pair of glasses.
If you love the frames you already have, you can reorder them online. Look for the 8-digit number inside the left temple of your frames. Search for this number on our website, and if the glasses are still in stock you’ll find them straight away.
Step 2. Enter Your Prescription
You will need a copy of your prescription to buy glasses online. If you don’t know your prescription or if it has expired please contact your local store. If you already have your prescription, find out how to read it. Contact lenses and glasses prescriptions are different.
You will also need to measure your pupillary distance. Find out how.
Only single vision near or distance glasses can be purchased online. If you need multifocal glasses, please contact your local store.
Step 3. Choose Your Lenses
Next select the lens options and treatments to enhance your glasses. All Specsavers glasses come with standard single vision lenses plus a scratch resistant treatment.
Find out which lens options are right for you.
Step 4. Checkout
Once you’re happy with your order you can proceed to payment. Your glasses will then be made to order and delivered for free on orders over $79.
Orders usually take up to 10 working days to be delivered. However, due to COVID-19 and the reduction in air freight coming into New Zealand, we are experiencing some minor delays with some orders. We are doing our best to get orders out to customers as quickly as possible.
If for any reason you are not happy with your glasses you can return them to us. no quibble, no fuss.Buy glasses
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