WebEyeCare's at-home eye vision test for glasses wearers
What's better than going to your doctor's office for an updated glasses prescription? Getting a new prescription from the comfort of your own home! With our online vision test, you can renew your glasses prescription and get a new pair with the click of a button.
Who is this vision test for?
If you haven't had an eye exam in over two years, this isn't for you. WebEyeCare's online vision test is only for those with single vision lenses who have a recently expired prescription and want it updated. When you're finished the test, you can check out our large selection of glasses frames here.
WebEyeCare's Digital Vision Test is not recommended for the following users:
● Users under 18 years of age
● Users above 45 years of age
● Users with a power/sphere not within -10.00 to +10.00
● Users with a cylinder not within -6.00 to +6.00
● Users who have not had a comprehensive in-person eye exam within the last 2 years
● Users not comfortable with using computers, internet browsers, and smart phones with touch screen display
Refractive Test vs. Comprehensive Exams: Know the Difference
WebEyeCare's online vision test is not a replacement for a comprehensive eye exam. A comprehensive eye exam not only checks your visual acuity but your eye health as well. It is recommended to get a comprehensive exam every 1 - 2 years depending on your age and prior eye health issues.
What You'll Need To Get Started
● A smartphone
● A large tablet or computer
● 10 feet of space
● Your current contact lenses & prescription values
WebEyeCare uses Visibly's Digital Acuity Product for the online vision test. Visibly Digital Acuity Product is manufactured and distributed by Visibly, Inc. and operates under the Enforcement Policy for Remote Ophthalmic Assessment and Monitoring Devices during the CoronaVirus Disease (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency issued by the FDA in April 2020. This product has not been approved by the FDA. The data and recommendations made by the Visibly Digital Acuity Product are adjunctive (supporting) recommendations that will be used by an Eye Care Provider, along with your medical history and profile, prior corrective eyewear prescriptions, and subjective data provided about your vision. It is the responsibility of the patient to provide accurate information through the process as all of this information will be relied upon as accurate by the reviewing Eye Care Provider.