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Tim Dilsen 019 GOLD (50) Glasses

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Tim Dilsen 019 GOLD (50) Glasses Front view
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Frame dimensions

'Frame dimensions'

Frame width: 132

Lens width: 50

Lens height: 30

Bridge width: 18

Arm length: 135

Gold TIm Dilsen Spectacles

Women's glasses that have gold frames and translucent brown arms adorned with small diamontes. The lenses are oval and the frames are made from metal and acetate.

Brand: Tim Dilsen  Model: 019 GOLD (50)  EAN:   Size: 50 Colour: gold and translucent brown with gem accents

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Right eye

Left eye

Sphere (SPH)

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Sphere (SPH)
The strength of your prescription is determined by the Sphere value.

If you are short-sighted, this value will be negative. If you are long-sighted it will be a positive value.

You may see a negative value written on your prescription by a dash above the number.

Occasionally you will see the value written without a decimal point (e.g. +1.75 might be written as +175), but it means the same thing.

The values for the left and the right eye will either both be negative or both be positive.

Cylinder (CYL)

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Cylinder (CYL)
If your CYL value is greater that 4.00 or less than -4.00, please email with your prescription for a quotation.

If an eye is not a perfect sphere, it is said to have an astigmatism. The level of correction for an astigmatism is determined by the cylinder (CYL) value on your prescription.

It may be that you have a correction value for one eye but not the other. If your prescription shows DS this means there is no correction so simply leave this box blank.

Negative values are often written with the dash above the number and occasionally opticians will leave out the decimal point (e.g. +1.75 is written as +175), but it means the same.

Axis (AXE)

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Axis
Together with the CYL value, the axis value is used to correct an astigmatism, where an eye is not a perfect sphere. If this is blank on your prescription (or the value is written as DS meaning no correction required), leave this box blank.

Cylinder and Axis values are used together, so if you have a value in CYL you should have a value for Axis.

You may well have a reading for one eye and not the other.

Addition (ADD)

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Addition (ADD)
Sometimes the optician will write on your prescription a value to convert a general use prescription into a reading prescription. This will be called the addition or ADD. It may be written just once or once for each eye. We will use this value if you are ordering reading glasses.

Pupillary distance

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Pupillary distance
Pupillary Distance (PD) or interpupillary distance (IPD) is the distance between the centres of the pupils in each eye.

Many prescriptions given by high street opticians do not include a PD measurement, so we can make your glasses using an average pupillary distance (62mm for women, 65mm for men) that will suit most people.

If you know that you have a particularly strong prescription, it may be better to revisit your optician and ask for your pupillary distance to be measured, although not all opticians will oblige.

Alternatively, you could ask a friend to measure it for you simply by using a non-permanent marker and your current glasses. Looking straight ahead, get your friend to put a small dot on the front of the lens at the centre of your left and and your right pupil. Then simply use a ruler to measure (in mm) the distance between the dots. It really is that straightforward!

These glasses will be used for...

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These glasses will be used for...
Please indicate whether these glasses are to be used for general purpose use, driving, etc or whether they are to be used as reading glasses. This will help us when assessing your prescription.

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Crizal Alizé™ coating

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For sunglasses you are required to select a tint from below:

Cosmetic tint +£25

These tints are designed primarily for aesthetic appeal but do reduce light slightly for those with an aversion to brightness.

Red tint Yellow tint Blue tint
UV400 +£40

Sunglasses for bright sunny days with 100% protection against harmful UVA/UVB rays. Please note, as with all sunglasses, these are not suitable for night driving.

UV400 brown UV400 grey UV400 green
Graduated +£40

Great, cool image - especially in the larger retro frames. Ideal for driving in sunshine as you can still clearly see the instrument panel.

Graduated brown Graduated grey
Transitions™ +£70

Progressively darken as light brightens. Lenses darken outside and stay clear inside. No need for a separate pair of sunglasses. Note that they won't get dark in the car as UV is already blocked by windscreen.

Transitions™ brown Transitions™ grey
Polarized +£70

Blocks out 99.7% of glare - which is light coming off a horizontal surface. Perfect for fishing, sailing etc. Also great for driving on sunny days after rain. Full UV protection.

Polarised brown Polarised grey

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