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Contravex (802)


Find Your Lens Strength

  • Description

    Sizing: 40-24-145

    Available Powers: 1.5, 2.0, 2.5, 3.0

    These streamlined Antique Silver Non-Folding Frames sport a vintage-inspired saddle bridge and filigree temples that balance modern simplicity and a classically chic aesthetic. Features include a lightweight construction, acetate temple tips, and a simple fit. The Contravex comes in our classic cylinder case.

    • Ships with cylinder case
    • High Quality Nickel Silver Alloy


  • Find Your Fit

    Contravex (802) readers are recommended for Heart, Round & Square faces.

    Size Guide

    Frame size: Narrow

  • High Quality Nickel Silver Alloy

    Metal frames are designed with quality and durability as the most important factor. Hand polished for the smoothest feel

    Free Custom Case

    Ships with a free custom case; a simple and easy way to bring your readers with you wherever you may go. Comes with custom lens cleaning cloth.

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Find Your Lens Strength

Find Your Lens Strength

MySpex readers are available in multiple lens strengths, from +1.00 to +3.00. Use this chart to find out what lens strength is appropriate for you.

Step 1

Print the chart below on a 8.5" x 11" paper. Be sure to print it out as is. Do not adjust it to 'Fit to Page' or change the zoom.

Find Your Lens Strength Chart

Step 2

Place the chart about 12-14 inches away from your face, or where you would normally hold a book or newspaper.

Step 3

With your glasses off, begin to read the lines from top down. The first line you have difficulty reading is your lens strength. 

Some MySpex lenses are available in +0.25 increments. If your first difficult line is extremely blurry, consider choosing the strength in between.

The MySpex Promise

If you receive your glasses and they are not the appropriate lens strength, we will gladly exchange your readers within 12 months of your original purchase. Read more on our Warranty Page.

Have a question? See our FAQ Page or contact us directly. Ask Myspex