The only service in the world that allows you to turn any frame into custom Blue Blockers.
Three Easy Steps
Step 1. Select any Frame
Any frame: from old glasses, from a local optician, or from an online retailer like Warby Parker or GlassesUsa.com
For the optimal pair of Custom Blue Blockers, we recommend trying your glasses on in person at any physical retail store, such as a local optician, Walmart, Target or Costco Vision Center, Lenscrafters, Visionworks, Warby Parker, etc. Supporting a local optician is ideal.
If you want a designer frame but can’t pay optician prices, you can always find a frame you like, then take the frame number and find it online for the best price available.
Step 2. Select a Lens Type, a Tint, and Place Your Order
Not all lenses can be tinted. Most lenses come with Anti-Scratch or Anti-Reflective Coatings that prevent proper tinting, or are made of non-tintable materials.
To make things easy, we offer lower pricing for tintable lenses than Walmart, Target, Costco, and most local opticians.
In order to maintain a uniform and efficient production process, we do not accept outside lenses.*
If you can show us a lower price for tintable lenses (CR-39 Plastic or Any Lenses with a High-Quality Tintable Hard Coat), we will be happy to match it.
Step 3. Send Us Your Frame
Send your frame to
215 Price Avenue
Once we receive your frame, we will cut and tint the lenses for your frame, and ship you your Custom Blue Blockers!
Standard turnaround time for new lenses, tinting, and assembly is 5 business days from the day your frame is received.
*The only external lenses we will accept are CR-39, 1.50 Index Lenses with NO anti-scratch coatings already included with the frame in non-prescription or low-prescription orders from GlassesUsa.com , as they are the only online lenses we have found that come without coatings
DISCLAIMER: As is standard policy among all optical labs, Ra Optics cannot be held liable for the cost of glasses frames or lenses sent to us. We treat all glasses with the utmost care, however people have sent us glasses frames that are old and worn, untouched for years, and we took on unnecessary liability when they were damaged because they could not handle the normal pressure of a properly-edged lens. Likewise, some lenses are claimed to be coating-free, but come with coatings that are damaged or stained the tinting process. Therefore, by purchasing the custom tinting service, you are acknowledging that we handle your glasses with the utmost care but cannot be held responsible customers’ glasses, and agreeing to release Ra Optics of all liability related to your glasses.