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First - Check out our Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do I need to send in my frames?

Yes! We need your frame to custom trace, cut, colored, and coat your lenses. Every order is done this way to ensure that your Fuse Rx lenses offer both perfect vision, and a perfect fit. The lenses will be sent back to you, already installed in your frames.

Q: Can I change the lenses myself?

We ask for you to send in your frames so that we can custom trace your glasses and mount your lenses to ensure perfect fit and vision. However, if you want to change out your lenses at home after this process, it can easily be done! Click here for an installation help video.

Q: I don’t see my sunglasses listed, can I still get your lenses?

Yes! Check out our Custom Lens Program! We will email you a shipping label for your frames and a PayPal invoice (payable by any major credit card). Once we receive your payment, frames, and Rx information - we will get started custom-cutting your lenses!

Q: What is the difference between single vision and Progressive?

Single Vision lenses are for people who need to correct one field of vision - either distance or near. These lenses have the same correction over the entire area of the lens.

Progressive Lenses, also known as no-line bifocals, are a multi-focal lens. They provide a seamless progression between distance vision, through intermediate, and to near vision to allow for clear vision at any distance.

Q: Can you make Bifocals?

Unfortunately, we do not do Bifocal lenses. Our progressive lenses are a great option for those in need of lenses with multi-focal capabilities.

Q: Can you make readers?

Sure! If you would like to add power to your lenses, we just require a current prescription to create your lenses.

Q: What is the difference between Polycarbonate and Trivex?

Both materials produce an impact resistant, UV protected lens. Polycarbonate is a thinner material; however, Trivex lenses are lighter in weight. Also, Trivex lenses have better optical clarity, in both central and peripheral vision, that is more similar to the vision you would get with glass lenses. You can upgrade to Trivex lenses for an additional $50 during checkout.

Q: Do you accept insurance?

No. Fuse is privately owned and operated, and we do not accept any insurance. However, because we are independent, we are able to offer great deals on Rx pricing!

Q: How long until I get my lenses?

Once we receive your frames, it typically takes 7-to-10 business days for us to process your order and custom cut your prescription lenses before they are on their way back to you.

Q: Can you ship internationally?

No. We apologize, but we are unable to process any international orders at this time.


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Fuse RX's


UV Protection

Our lenses filter out 100% of harmful UVA/UVB/UVC Rays. This helps protect your eyes from some serious health problems including painful sunburns, cancer, and deteriorating vision.

Impact Resistance

All Fuse Rx lenses surpass ANSI Z87.1 and Z87.3 standards in impact resistance, driving suitability, and visible light transmission. They even stopped a .22 caliber bullet in its tracks. How is that for peace of mind?

Anti-Reflective Coating

Our Ion, Anti-Reflective, Coating is is applied in a vacuum chamber to ensure a uniform, microscopically thin optical layer on the lens. This coating helps to reduce eyestrain, diminish distortion, and improve vision. It also increases the scratch resistance of your lenses. Add this onto any lens for an additional $50.


Glare is concentrated light that bounces off of flat surfaces such as water, asphalt, snow, and sand that can temporarily blind you and cause discomfort, distortion, and eye fatigue. Fuse polarized lenses block 99% of all surface glare, allowing you to both see clearer and let your eyes relax.

Optical Grade Material

Fuse Rx lense are available in optical grade Polycarbonate or Trivex Material. Each of these lightweight, impact resistant materials are perfect for day-to-day life and all day wear. Upgrade to Trivex’s HD optics for an additional $50.

Fuse Force

Hard Coating: Fuse's Fuse Force high-end lacquer hard coating is fused to every lens during a thermal heating process. This scratch-resistant, thickening layer ensures that both the appearance and optical quality of our lenses remain intact for a longer period of time.

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