by Jamie Bartlett September 02, 2021 1 min read

Frames that outlive your prescription.

At Banton Frameworks, that’s what we endeavour to make.

If your prescription's changed, we’ll happily fit your updated lenses in any of our handmade frames. These can be spectacles or sunglasses dating from 2018 onwards. 

Maybe your lenses just got a little stronger or perhaps this is your first venture into varifocals; we actively encourage the “reglazing” of your existing glasses.


You can love your frame for longer and it’s kinder on the planet.


Ordering new lenses

  • Head to our handy lens menu
  • Enter your new prescription details
  • See the price of your lenses & coatings
  • Place your order & print your returns label
  • Post your frame to us
  • That’s it! We’ll get the rest



Ordering varifocals?

To order your updated varifocal lenses, we’ll need a quick measurement from you.

Measuring from the bottom of your lenses, to the centre of your pupils, this height lets us know where your eyes align behind the particular frame you’d like reglazed.

This measurement is in mm and is called your ocular height. If you’d like a more detailed guide on how to do this, hit the button below.



Jamie Bartlett
Jamie Bartlett

Co-founder of Banton Frameworks.

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