Pupillary Distance (PD) is the distance measured in millimetres between the centres of the pupils of the eyes. We need this measurement to ensure that your prescription glasses will fit you correctly and that you're looking through the ideal spot of the lenses.
In the UK the PD won’t necessarily be included in your prescription as it’s considered part of the dispensing service.
The easier way to find out your PD is to or use an online measuring app or to ask your optician to measure it during your eye-test. This is normally done with a small ruler called a "PD stick" or with a pupillometer, a machine calibrated to help achieving a more accurate measurement necessary for bifocal and varifocal prescriptions.
You can also measure your PD at home with just a mirror and a millimetre ruler, just follow the simple steps below:
We currently offer standard prescriptions for free in either sunglasses or spectacles, including anti-scratch and anti-glare coatings.
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This article reflects MONC stock as of 06.05.2019. Frames availability might vary, please check the dedicated product pages for updated info.