O'NEILL Harlyn 2.0 Polarized Sunglasses

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O'NEILL Harlyn 2.0 Polarized Sunglasses

O'NEILL Harlyn 2.0 Polarized Sunglasses

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There will only be an AXIS figure if you have a CYL figure. It tells us where exactly on your eye the astigmatism is. Be particularly careful inputting this figure to us. It is measured in degrees from 0 to 180. Occasionally there will be a 1/2 or .5 figure. Craftsmanship and attention to detail are central to O'Neill's eyewear production. Each frame undergoes meticulous construction and quality control processes, ensuring durability and longevity. O'Neill's commitment to excellence is evident in the brand's dedication to creating frames that can withstand the demands of outdoor activities. You can also measure your PD yourself, although we recommend you have someone help you rather than use a mirror:

In addition to sunglasses, O'Neill offers a selection of optical frames suitable for everyday wear. These frames embrace a sporty and casual aesthetic, catering to individuals who seek eyewear that reflects their active lifestyle. O'Neill's optical glasses are designed with comfort and durability in mind, utilizing materials like acetate and metal. The frames often feature streamlined designs and subtle branding elements, appealing to those who appreciate a blend of performance and style. This renowned surf and lifestyle brand that offers eyewear collections reflecting its adventurous spirit and commitment to performance. With their sporty designs, technical features, and reliable eye protection, O'Neill's sunglasses and optical frames allow wearers to embrace an active lifestyle while making a fashion statement. Whether it's catching waves or enjoying outdoor activities, O'Neill provides the perfect combination of functionality, durability, and style. Your brand new Oneill sunglasses will come including all official accessories and will be covered by our 24 month global warranty. Often, your optician will not include your PD measurement on your prescription so you can ask him/her after you have had your eyes tested or get in touch with him/her at a later date (see below on getting your PD measurement from a prescription). If your prescription is not too high, (a sphere (SPH) reading between -2 and +2) we can make your sunglasses for you using an average pupillary distance measurement.

The simplest way for you to get the right frame size is to read the measurements from a comfortable pair of sunglasses (or glasses) that you already own. Often, your sunglasses will have wider lenses than regular glasses (to better protect against the suns rays) so it's probably better to read the measurements from your sunglasses. You can usually find the dimensions (perhaps with the help of a magnifying glass) on the inside of the arms/sides of your sunglasses and occasionally on the inside of the bridge (the part of your sunglasses that sits on your nose). The ADD('s) is the Additional correction needed for READING and/or COMPUTER USE. The figure is almost always the same for each eye so if it is just written once on your prescription, do not be confused - you can just add the same figure into both boxes on our form. If there are 2 PD measurements shown on your prescription, such as 63/60, this will mean that the 63mm figure is for distance use and 60mm will be your reading or computer PD.

Occasionally, your optician may write your PD for each eye, for example: 32/31. In this case, please write these figures into the 'Any Additional Information' box. The first figure is always the measurement for the right eye; the second figure, the measurement for the left eye. This figure designates the strength of lens needed to correct your focus: A positive (+) SPH for long sightedness (problems focusing on close objects) and a negative (-) SPH to correct short sightedness (problems focusing on far objects). If you are neither short nor long sighted, on your prescription, you will see the word PLANO or PL, or the figure 0 (sometimes 0.00), or the sign for infinity:∞ However, this does not necessarily mean you have perfect eyesight as you may have an astigmatism (see below). If you have just one PD, this will more than likely be your distance PD. You may want to confirm with your optician as there is the possibility this was written with reading or computer glasses/sunglasses in mind. The CYL figure helps to correct an Astigmatism - which means the eye has problems focusing at particular angles. The eye will be slightly rugby ball shaped rather than football (soccer for our American customers!) shaped. This box on your prescription MAY BE EMPTY, in which case you do not have to put anything in the ‘CYL’ part on our prescription form. Similarly, an optician may write: ‘DS’ in the CYL box. If you see this, you can ignore the ‘CYL’ part of our form. They do not need to be an exact fit but the nearer they are to your current pair, the more likely the sunglasses you buy from us will be a comfortable fit. Please note that the Arm Length is less important in determining a comfortable fit than the Eye Size and Bridge Size are.

The minimum horizontal distance between the rims on a metal or plastic frame or the minimum horizontal distance between the lenses for rimless frames. If you cannot identify any measurements (perhaps because they have worn away with time), you can either: Here at internetspecs.co.uk, we have kept our sunglasses lens options simple and at a great price . Because of their high overheads, high street opticians need to charge you a lot for both the sunglasses frame and any alternative lenses required. Online opticians will often make high profits on just the lenses. We have chosen to do neither! Our overheads are not high so there is no need to have our prices high - good for you!

Best-selling O'NEILL HARLYN features a statement square front shape, in classic and on-trend colorways and lens treatments. Featuring HYDROFREAK™ lenses for optimal POLARIZED protection and ZEROFORM™ frame material for comfort. The eye size is the maximum horizontal width of either one of the lenses on your sunglasses/glasses. O'Neill sunglasses feature sporty designs and technical features to enhance performance. The collection includes frames with wraparound styles and durable materials, such as nylon and polycarbonate, which are lightweight and resistant to impact. O'Neill's sunglasses often incorporate polarized lenses, reducing glare and enhancing visual clarity, particularly in bright and reflective conditions. These lenses also provide reliable UV protection, safeguarding the wearer's eyes from the sun's harmful rays. It is usually written in the format: 56-18-140 Thankfully, it is easy to distinguish what these numbers refer to: Your Pupillary Distance (PD) is the distance between your eyes, measured from the centre of one pupil to the centre of the other. Once we have your PD, we can then ensure that your lenses are made so that the centre of each lens lines up with the centre of your pupils. If you have a high strength prescription, (a sphere (SPH) reading higher than +/-3) a precise PD measurement is very important.This brand has gained popularity among surfers, outdoor enthusiasts, and individuals who appreciate the brand's adventurous spirit and commitment to quality. O'Neill frames are favored by those who seek eyewear that combines performance, style, and a touch of the surfing lifestyle. O'Neill's eyewear collection is designed for individuals who lead an active and adventurous lifestyle. The brand offers a variety of sunglasses that combine style with functionality, providing reliable eye protection for outdoor activities.

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