Try on glasses at home


Want to test out some new glasses?

Why not try on glasses at home before you buy with Klarna?

“Pay Later” gives you 14 days to pay once your order has been shipped. No fees, no interest.

If they don't suit, simply return the frames - no questions asked.


Try glasses online: with Klarna




How to order glasses with Klarna



If you haven’t heard of Klarna before, it’s fast becoming the new way to pay.

Our Try Before You Buy payment scheme utilises a silky-smooth payment process which means you can try on glasses at home without paying the full amount up-front.

Sounds good right, but we sense you want more details?

Very simply, Klarna safely captures your email address and automatically generates an account for you (if you haven’t already set one up.) Quite literally, you can order goods online for free on a 14 day payment delay.

Within your 14 days, you can pay Klarna if you decide that you want to keep your new pair of glasses or sunglasses from Banton Frameworks.

There onwards, your payment is owed to Klarna which you can pay at any time within your 14 day payment period.

Sometimes things just aren't meant to be. And if you'd like to return glasses thats fine too, Klarna won't charge you for them. (Shipping costs are non-refundable).

This is home trial designer glasses at it's finest.

*Please note, your credit score may be affected if you don’t pay Klarna for your order.



What about virtual try on glasses?

Yea, we’ve seen those before.

And those try on glasses online upload picture services too…

But sure, nothing beats the real thing, does it?

We’re good at making glasses, but making virtual ones? We’ll leave that to the boffins in the not so distant future.

Right now, we’d rather focus on building our factory and the best glasses we possibly can.


Get your free PD ruler 




Ordering your new glasses online is easier than ever with your free pupillary distance ruler. 
You might be missing this crucial measurement from your prescription. You'll need your PD to ensure the optical alignment of your new lenses.
Don't know what your PD is?