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How To Virtually Try on Glasses From Home

Vision Direct

Due to the pandemic, the world has shifted to a remote life. Checking up on your eye sight and buying the right glasses might seem hard to do from home. Luckily, there are two easy ways to measure your PD (Pupillary Distance) remotely and try on glasses online.

Try Glasses Online Vision Direct
Try Glasses Online with Vision Direct

Measure your PD


Step 1 ​– Hold a millimetre ruler up to the bridge of your nose.

Step 2​ – Have a friend stand about an arm’s length away from you.

Step 3​ – Close your right eye and ensure the ruler’s zero is aligned with your left pupil by asking a friend.

Step 4​ – Keeping the pupillary distance ruler still and look straight ahead, close your left eye and open your right eye.

Step 5 ​– Have your friend read the number that aligns with the centre of your right pupil. This number is your pupillary distance.

Step 6​ – Repeat the process to ensure the most accurate result.​​​​

Try and Buy Glasses Online

Try Glasses Online
Try Glasses Online

Shopping for glasses online has never been easier. It is possible to see yourself wearing the frames online before buying them.

Online Eyewear Shop
Online Eyewear Shop

Thanks to their ​virtual try-on tool and their glasses variety, retailers such as Vision Direct help you choose from over 180 designer brands and 80,000 glasses. There are also benefits like a 2 year warranty and 100 day easy returns.

More information on Vision Direct.

Ines Besbes

Written by Ines Besbes

Experienced in digital marketing, and business strategy. Ines previously worked for Google and other tech companies as well as the French Embassy. She speaks 5 languages and is pursuing a Mac of Commerce in Marketing and Strategy at Sydney University with a distinction average.


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