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An accurate eyeglass prescription is just the beginning. Properly fitted frames and lenses are equally essential to helping you see your best. That's the science of AccuFit™, the exclusive Digital Measurement System at LensCrafters. Come experience it for yourself.
Only LensCrafters uses the exclusive AccuFit Digital Measurement System to determine the ideal placement of your prescription in your custom-made lenses. Watch the video to see the AccuFit experience in action.
How it works:
Custom fit eyeglass frames A store associate adjusts your frames to fit the unique contours of your face.
Attach the FitSensor™ Our unique FitSensor attaches to your eyeglass frames to create clear guide points for the AccuFit Digital Measurement System.
Capture digital measurements Our exclusive software measures the location of your pupils and spacing of your eyes relative to your frames.
Find your perfect fit The associate determines the ideal placement of your prescription with 5x the precision of manual eyeglass measurements.
Why are precise eyeglass measurements important?
Nothing helps you see your best like glasses crafted just for you. Roll over key factors on the right for more information to help determine your ideal fit.
Prescription For your prescription to work perfectly, it has to be placed in your glasses directly in front of the center of your pupils — precisely where light enters your eye.
Frame Shape Measuring the precise dimensions of your frames is critical to crafting your lenses and placing your prescription within them.
Lens Types Certain lens types, such as Progressive, bifocals, and trifocals, require additional measurements to ensure each vision zone (distance, intermediate, and near distance) is correctly placed in your lenses. So you can see comfortably at any range.
Eye Positioning No two eyes are the same. That's why we measure the exact position of each eye. So we can ensure that your prescription is placed in your glasses to align with your precise line of vision.
Facial Features The location and dimensions of your nose, cheekbones, and brow affect the way your frames fit your face, and therefore where the lenses are positioned in front of your eyes.
Lifestyle The way you look through your lenses may change depending on your activities. Eyewear for specific purposes, like reading, using the computer, or playing sports, can be designed to accommodate these distinct needs.
More from AccuFit
The AccuFit Digital System provides advanced benefits from look to lens.
Finding the perfect frames How do you see what you look like in new frames if you're not wearing your glasses? The answer is myLook. It uses the AccuFit System to capture your image from different angles while you're trying on frames. Once you put your own glasses back on, you can examine the photos side-by-side and select a style with confidence. Explore myLook
Selecting the right lenses From special coatings and tints to high definition lens technologies, there's a lot to consider when choosing a lens. Fortunately, the AccuFit LensSimulator™ lets you experience the benefits of different lenses virtually so you can determine which ones will work best for you. Try our LensSimulator
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Once you've used our online tools to determine your favorite styles and browse our recommendations, visit a LensCrafters near you to use myLook and find the perfect frames.
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Independent Doctor's Notice
*In California, eye exams are available at LensCrafters locations from licensed optometrists employed by EYEXAM of California, a licensed vision health care service plan. The optometrists are not employed by LensCrafters, which does not provide eye exams. Eye exams available by Independent Doctors of Optometry at or next to LensCrafters in most states. Doctors in some states are employed by LensCrafters.
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