You can use credit cards, including Amex, Discover, Mastercard, Visa, JCB, and Diners Club. We support Express Checkout, including Paypal, Shop Pay, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Amazon Payments.
We also support installment payments and financing powered by Klarna (currently available only in the United States).
We accept payments in the following currencies: United States Dollar (USD), Euro (EUR), Pounds (GBP), Canadian Dollar (CAD), Australian Dollar (AUD), Danish Krone (DKK), Swedish Krone (SEK), Norwegian Krone (NOK), Swiss Franc (CHF), Hong Kong Dollar (HKD), Japanese Yen (JPY), Singapore Dollar (SGD), New Zealand Dollar (NZD).
Sorry, but we do not allow multiple discounts. That means only one coupon per purchase.
Klarna is a payment service provider that offers various financing options, including 'Pay later in 4 interest-free installments' or 'Pay later in 30 days', allowing you to split or delay the payment of the total value of your order. Read more about Klarna here.
You will receive an order confirmation email after your order is confirmed, please check this to make sure your address is correct.
If your address is incorrect, please email email@example.com immediately, and we will do our best to update your details. You will receive a shipping confirmation email containing your tracking number once your order is shipped.
Once the order has been submitted, we cannot amend the type of shipping or change/add products to your order.
Focucci aims to ship all orders within 1 business day from receiving the order; therefore, no changes can be made after you have placed your order. All cancellation requests will be reviewed as soon as possible, and if the order has not been submitted to our warehouse, then we will process your cancellation if possible.
Send us an email regarding the cancellation to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Cancel Order' in the Subject field of the email. Please include your full name and order number in the body of the email. Cancellations not titled in this manner will not be refunded.
If your order was unexpectedly canceled, the chances are that our fraud filter marked your order as fraudulent. If you are sure that that is not true, please order again using a different payment provider.
We work as hard as we can to keep our virtual shelves fully-stocked, though sometimes we sell out of a popular frame or color. If a frame is sold out for an extended amount of time, an anticipated restock date will be listed on the product page. We encourage you to join our mailing list to be notified when the frame is back in stock.
Focuccis are sold exclusively online. We realize glasses are something people would like to try on before committing to, which is why we offer a 30-day risk-free return policy after the delivery of your order! To learn which frame may fit you best, visit our Fit Guide.
Yes! we offer glasses with prescription, non-prescription, and reading lenses.
We ship worldwide. If your country is not available in our checkout, we cannot ship there at this time.
United States: FREE Standard Shipping (4 - 7 business days) Express Shipping (3 - 4 business days) Priority Express Shipping (2 - 3 business days)
Rest of the World: FREE Standard Shipping (10 - 15 business days) Express Shipping (6 - 10 business days) Priority Express Shipping (3 - 6 business days)
Keep in mind that if you order glasses with prescription or reading lenses the delivery may take up to 7 additional business days.
We work to fulfill our orders as promptly as possible. Our warehouse begins processing your order within 1-2 business days after it is submitted. Keep in mind that packages aren't transported over weekends or local public holidays.
Please note that our expected time frames are estimates and can vary due to factors outside of Focucci's, and the courier's, control.
As we process and ship all orders as soon as possible, we do not accept any shipping method or address changes after your order has been placed. However, all address change requests will be reviewed as soon as possible, and if the order has not been submitted to our warehouse, then we will process your cancellation if possible.
Send us an email regarding the change of address to email@example.com with 'Change of Address' in the Subject field of the email. Please include your full name, order number, and corrected shipping address in the body of the email, and we will do our very best to update your details for you before your order is shipped. Address change emails not titled in this manner will not be processed.
We cannot ship directly to APO/FPO, PO BOX, or Parcel locker addresses. Since we cannot track packages after their arrival at these drop-off points, we are reluctant to make shipments that may be misdirected or lost.
You will receive a tracking number once your order has been dispatched from our warehouse. We can't wait for you to get your Focucci glasses!
Please carefully examine your package as soon as it arrives. If any of your ordered products are damaged (whether visible or hidden) during transport, please report the damage to the carrier within 7 days. Transportation damage must also be reported to Focucci within 7 days of receiving your order.
Send us an email regarding this matter to firstname.lastname@example.org with 'Parcel Damaged' in the Subject field of the email. Please include your full name and order number in the body of the email. Emails not titled in this manner will not be processed.
If your order is held in customs, it is the responsibility of the buyer/customer to contact their local customs and organize for their order to clear customs.
Focucci is not liable to contact customs officials or refund any orders which are refused by local customs and returned to Focucci. Focucci provides all necessary documents to clear customs with each order.
Your order may be subject to import duties and taxes, which are levied once a shipment reaches your country. The general amount for the duties and taxes fee is about 20% of the dollar amount of the merchandise. However, this is just a general guideline and may vary depending on the country to which the order was shipped. You should contact your customs office for specific amounts and percentages.
Focucci cannot control and is not responsible for any duties/taxes applied to your package. You will be responsible for paying additional charges for customs clearance. Customs policies vary widely from country to country; please contact your local customs office for further information. Note, on rare occasions, customs agents may delay delivery of some packages.
If your parcel is marked as 'delivered' by the local postal service, yet you do not physically have your parcel, it is up to the customer, not Focucci to contact the local postal service to follow up the problem.
If the local postal service and the customer do not resolve the discrepancy, Focucci is not liable to refund or resend your order. Still we will work with you to resolve the situation.
RETURNS & REFUNDS
Our policy lasts 30 days. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately, we can't offer you a refund or exchange. Focucci will only accept a return, exchange or refund if the products are returned in their original packaging and condition; no refund will be made for products that have been opened or are returned damaged.
To return a product, please contact email@example.com. You will be responsible for paying for your own shipping costs for returning your item. Shipping costs are non-refundable.
If you are shipping an item over $75, you should consider using a trackable shipping service or purchasing shipping insurance. We don't guarantee that we will receive your returned item.
If the product purchased is defective, arrives damaged, or you feel it is not as advertised, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org prior to returning the products, and we will work with you to resolve the issue.
Chat or email us to email@example.com within thirty (30) days of receiving the item to get your return authorization (RA) number. These items must be included in the package: The eyeglasses, and any accessories, in the cardboard box that contained the glasses.A note with the RA# and a brief description of the issue that caused you to return the glasses. Returns should be sent to the address provided with your RA number. You must pay the shipping fee to mail the glasses to us. Shipping costs are non-refundable. Remember that the products should be in their original packaging and condition; no refund will be made for products that are returned damaged.
Exchanges: The fastest way to ensure you get what you want is to return the item you have, and once the return is accepted, make a separate purchase for the new item.
Once your return is received and inspected, we will send you an email to notify you that we have received your returned item. We will also notify you of the approval or rejection of your refund.
If you are approved, your refund will be processed. A credit will automatically be applied to your credit card or original method of payment within a certain amount of days.
Unfortunately not. As part of PCI compliance, no refunds will be issued to any card other than the credit card used for the order.
Improve visual clarity: Exposure to blue light can lead to eye strain and blurred vision. Our lenses are topped off with a premium anti-glare coating, increasing clarity and aesthetic.
Reduce fatigue and headaches: Reading on screens makes your eyes continuously focus, which puts more stress on their muscles. Our lenses help to reduce visual fatigue and prevent headaches.
Improve sleep quality: Having your eyes in front of a digital device during the day can contribute to sleep cycle disruption. Our glasses help to improve sleeping routine and quality.
Reduce digital eyestrain: Each time you use your laptop, tablet, smartphone, or tv, you're exposed to harmful blue light rays. Our glasses filter blue light from digital devices reducing digital eye strain.
Protects from light rays: Whenever you are outside in daylight, your eyes need protection from solar radiation. Our glasses are certified on blocking 100% all light rays with wavelengths up to 410nm. This covers all of UVA and UVB rays.
Prevents eye diseases: Blue light may also contribute to long-term eye damage. Our glasses filter blue light and eliminate glare preventing unnecessary feedback from entering your eyes and keeping them safe.
Our lenses filter high-energy visible light (HEV) emitted from digital devices. They block 100% of the Blue Light rays up to 410nm, 60% up to 430nm, 32% up to 450nm, 22% up to 480nm, and 14% up to 500nm.
Our mission as a company is to offer high quality, sustainable, eco-friendly products at affordable prices. We love our planet, nature, and the ocean. For each pair of Focucci we sell, we donate to non-profit organizations such us ProArtso that created 'The Nature Project' facilitating the clean up of plastic waste from the Oceans.
Our frames are made of high quality, ultra light-weight TR90, giving you the sense that you are not wearing anything, but knowing that you are fully protected against the harmful effects of blue light.
Our lenses are made of premium, impact resistant polycarbonate (or CR39 for prescription glasses) that filter high-energy visible light (HEV) emitted from digital devices. They are also certified to protect against solar radiation blocking 100% all UV rays.
When you open your premium Focucci box you will find your Focucci Bluelight glasses, a magnetic solar clip-on (if applicable), a soft bag to take them everywhere, a soft cloth to take care of them, and an eyewear cord.
We encourage you to check our Fit Guide to figure out which glasses fit best on you.
Yes! Our lenses come with certified protection against solar radiation blocking 100% all light rays with wavelengths up to 410nm. This covers all of UVA and UVB rays.
- Use the original cleaning cloth to clean fingerprints, dust, and other imperfections. - If additional cleaning is required, use a PH neutral soap with lukewarm water. Avoid alcohol and solvents. - Avoid the use of abrasive products and unclean clothes, as these can alter the characteristics of the lenses. - Keep your glasses in their original case, in a dry place with a temperature between -20°C and 40°C.
We designed our glasses to be flexible, allowing you to mold them into your unique fit. If your pair gets bent-out-of-shape through regular use, gentle adjusting at the temple arms of the frame will get your eyeglasses back into perfect shape!
While the temple arms have an inner frame wire to maintain the glasses' integrity, the nose bridge does not so. Please avoid adjustments to the bridge of the frames. You can adjust them yourself or take them to an optical provider to fit your face perfectly since they have the proper instrumentation for adjustments.
The numbers on your eyeglass prescription describe precisely how your glasses lenses should be cut. Keep your prescription up to date so these numbers can accurately reflect your visual needs. Typically, you’ll see several abbreviations and words labeling all of the important data on your prescription ( SPH, CYL Axis, Prism, PD, and more).
OD is short for the Latin term oculus dexter which means right eye. OS is an abbreviation of the Latin oculus sinister which means left eye.
Sphere: The sphere (SPH) on your prescription indicates the lens power you need to see clearly. A minus (-) symbol next to this number means you’re nearsighted, and a plus (+) symbol means the prescription is meant to correct farsightedness.
Cylinder: The cylinder (CYL) number indicates the lens power needed to correct astigmatism. If this column is blank, it means you don't have astigmatism.
Axis: An axis number will also be included if you have astigmatism. This number shows the angle of the lens that shouldn't feature a cylinder power to correct your astigmatism. If you do not have astigmatism and do not have a cylinder power on your prescription slip, you will not have an axis number, either.
Add: The number associated with either of these terms indicates the additive power needed to correct your immediate near vision if your prescription is primarily for distance correction.
Prism: A prism number indicates the amount of prismatic power, measured in diopters, needed to compensate for any alignment problems in your eyes.
Base: This will either appear in a column of its own or be included in the prism column. This column indicates the direction of a prism by noting the relative position of its thickest edge. The orientation of the prism will be indicated by 'BU' (base up), 'BD' (base down), 'BI' (base in), or 'BO' (base out).
Pupillary Distance (PD): This number indicates the distance from the center of one pupil to the center of the other, and is an important number for lens customization.
The higher the number on your prescription, the stronger your prescription is. A number with a minus symbol before it means you are nearsighted, and a number with a plus symbol, or no symbol, means you are farsighted. A number over 5 is generally considered to be on the stronger side.
If you have an astigmatism, indicated by an “axis” and “cylinder” number on your prescription, it means that the front of your eye is irregularly shaped. This stops light from focusing properly on your retina and makes your vision blurry. It usually occurs along with near or farsightedness.
Astigmatism is often present at birth, but it can develop, or become more severe, as you get older.
Diopter is the measurement used for the strength of eyeglass lenses. The number under the 'OD' and 'OS' measurement in your prescription is measured in diopters.
If you don’t have any medical issues that affect your vision, you should have a comprehensive eye exam every one to two years. Children should have their first eye exam when they are around six months old, and then another just before they start school. This ensures that they can see clearly in class; poor vision can seriously impact a child’s learning
PD refers to the distance in millimeters between the center of one pupil to the center of the other. Having a correct PD on your glasses ensures that you are looking through the ideal spot in your lenses.
Your PD number will be in the PD or pupillary distance section of your eyeglass prescription. This is often separate from the grid section of your prescription - where the doctor writes out the main prescription information.
Yes, you can measure your pupillary distance with a ruler (Printable Ruler).
Instructions: - Stand 8 inches (20 cm) away from a mirror or a friend. - Place & hold the PD ruler against your brow. Keep your face straight. - First, close your right eye and align the ruler’s zero to the center of your left pupil. Next, open your right eye and close your left eye. - Look straight ahead and read the millimeter line that matches up with the center of your right pupil. This number represents your single PD in millimeters.
You usually can’t find your PD number written on your eyeglasses. The numbers on the inside of the temple arms of some frames show the measurements for the frame itself. Your PD number should be written on your eyeglass prescription in the PD section.
Your PD should be exact. If your lenses aren’t centered correctly, they can cause discomfort and eye strain. A small margin of error might not cause problems, but it’s better to be as accurate as possible.
If your eyeglass lenses aren’t properly centered based on your PD number they can cause dizziness, headaches or blurred vision. Your vision is centered on a small section of the lenses, so a PD number is needed to shape the lenses to perfectly suit your needs.
Your PD has no effect on the size of your eyeglass frame. The PD number influences the shape of your lenses, but not the frame.
A person’s pupillary distance will change when they are young as they are still physically growing. Once we reach maturity and stop growing, our pupillary distance will change very little, if at all.
The PD number indicates exactly which part of the lens you look through; therefore, the PD number is important for every type of prescription lens, including single vision glasses.
A single pupillary distance number is the distance in millimeters between one eye’s pupil to the other eye’s pupil. A single PD will be just one number.
A dual pupillary distance number is the distance in millimeters from each eye’s pupil to the center of your nose. A dual PD will have a number for each eye; the first number is always the right eye (OD) measurement, and the second number is the left eye (OS).
HIGH INDEX LENSES
Lens index is a number that describes how thick or thin your lenses are. The higher a lens' index is, the thinner it becomes. Higher prescriptions require higher index lenses, while lower prescriptions require lower index lenses.
Deciding which you should get depends on your prescription and your lifestyle. Thicker lenses are more affordable, but can only accommodate lower vision correction needs. Thinner lenses are lightweight (and more stylish!) and can accommodate MANY kinds of vision needs, including higher prescriptions. In terms of balancing price and quality, polycarbonate lenses accommodate most prescriptions and are extra durable.
1.59 index Polycarbonate lenses: Made with premium polycarbonate. Features 100% UV protection. Durable, thin, and impact-resistant.
1.61 index CR39 lenses: Stylish and thin, recommended for strong prescriptions (if total power is up to +/-2.5).
1.67 index CR39 lenses: 20% thinner, recommended for very strong prescriptions (if total power is above +/-2.5).
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