WHAT IS PUPILLARY DISTANCE (PD)?
Pupillary distance is the space between the pupils of your eyes and is measured in millimeters. This measurement is important to make sure that your eyes match up with the center of your prescription lenses.
I DON'T KNOW MY PD. HOW DO I FIND IT?
Your PD is sometimes included in your prescription, but don’t worry if it isn’t! Simply email the below info to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Order #
- Photo of your valid prescription
- *Your height
- *Photo of you wearing your selected frames. Take the photo in a well-lit area, looking straight on. Be sure that your selected frames are sitting at a comfortable position.
Alternatively, we’ve included some easy steps below to measure your PD.
How to measure my pupillary distance (PD)
What you’ll need:
- Ruler marked in millimeters
Step 1: Stand about 8” away from the mirror. Align the ruler’s 0mm with the center of your right pupil.
Step 2: Looking straight ahead, measure the distance between the center of your right pupil and the center of your left pupil. Hold the ruler against your brows for extra stability.
Step 3: Measure again to make sure you got it right first time. Same numbers? You’ve found your PD! (Fun fact: Adults generally have a PD range between 54-74mm.)
*If you placed an order with prescription lenses, we’ll need your PD to start processing your order. Email us a copy of your prescription and PD to email@example.com with your Order Number.