You may return, exchange or receive a refund on your glasses if you are unhappy with them for any reason, providing that the following conditions are met:
The returned glasses need to reach us, in the same condition in which you received them, within 120 days of our original dispatch date.
You have included the returns authorisation form (sent with your original order, or can be printed out from here) with your returns package.
Returns MUST be in their original condition and with all the accessories included in your package (e.g. cases and cloths). You may be charged for any unreturned items if not.
When returning your product, we recommend that you obtain proof of postage. If you take our pre-paid label to the post office then you will be given a free proof of postage receipt. If you have lost the postage label, you can print a new one on the Royal Mail website.
Alternatively, you could use a recorded delivery service via a courier company, but we are unable to take responsibility for packages lost in post via this method. Your statutory rights in relation to returns and refunds are not affected. See also the section of our terms and conditions titled: Your right to cancel.
Faults & exchanges
Should you find anything wrong with the glasses you received from us, please contact us and we'll be happy to help. Note that exchanges will always replace both frame and lenses, even if only one part is faulty.
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Other returns questions
You have 120 days from dispatch date to return your glasses.
To return your glasses you will need the included free returns label, your order number (which can be found on your delivery invoice), and the returns form must be enclosed. If you experience vision issues with your new glasses, please also enclose a copy of your prescription.
If you're not comfortable making adjustments yourself, you can either take your glasses into an optician (who may request a small fee) or contact us to inform us of the adjustments we need to make for you. We recommend that you send us your rimless frames if these need adjusting as rimless frames are slightly more delicate.
If you're returning glasses to us for adjustment, please use the back of the returns form to describe your issue in as much detail as possible, making it clear if the arms are too long, nose pads are uncomfortable, if the frame feels wonky or too tight around the temple or ears, or whether it's something else. You can also place another frame that fits well on the form and trace its outline as a reference on the paper. Additionally, photos of you wearing the glasses you have an issue with, at eye level from the front and from the side to see how the arms rest on your ears, can also help our dispensing opticians identify any issues.