non prescription glasses

Our team is committed to providing you with the non prescription glasses amazon on the market. Throughout our website, we strive to offer you the most spectacular and exquisite classic, beautiful and lovely men glasses that you can find online. Koboguide’s glasses experts handpick the most beautiful and unique glasses from around the world to offer to our valued customers. There are a number of unique kinds of men activewears available on Koboguide, including non prescription glasses men, non prescription glasses for kids and non prescription glasses blue light.

We are committed to providing you with the non prescription glasses ray ban on the market. Through our website, we strive to offer you the most beautiful, elegant, and wonderful  glasses that you can find online. Our glasses experts then handpick the most incredible and unique frames from around the world and offer them to you. A number of unique kinds of glasses are available on Koboguide, including non prescription glasses for distance and non prescription glasses target. Order yours today!

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Tortoise Green Hepburn -  Acetate Eyeglasses
Tortoise Green Hepburn -  Acetate Eyeglasses

Tortoise Green
Clear
Ivory/Tortoise
Tortoise
Gray/Floral

Hepburn $42 2-Day Delivery

Red
Ivory Tortoise
Tortoise

Quill $39 2-Day Delivery

Burgundy
Ivory Tortoise
Black
Clear
Tortoise

Romy $39 2-Day Delivery

Matte Silver Tortoise
Matte Black/Golden
Matte Black
Navy Blue & Tortoise
Matte Gold Tortoise
Coral & Tortoise

Intense $49

Teal Hollie -  Fashion Plastic, Metal Eyeglasses
Teal Hollie -  Fashion Plastic, Metal Eyeglasses

Teal
Green
Clear
Clear Melon
Blue
Pink
Cassis

Hollie $35 2-Day Delivery

Black
White
Ivory Tortoise
Clear
Navy
Gray Floral

Jasmine $35 2-Day Delivery

Matte Tortoise
Matte Pink
Clear
Clear Black
Marbled Gray
Tortoise

Escape $35

Rose Gold Daydream -  Vintage Metal Eyeglasses
Rose Gold Daydream -  Vintage Metal Eyeglasses

Rose Gold
Brown Golden
Black Silver

Daydream $32 2-Day Delivery

Golden
Silver
Black
Bronze

Palo Alto $35

Non-Prescription Eyeglasses

  • Why wear non-prescription glasses? Some say eyeglasses make people look smarter. We’re not sure about that, but we do know frames are more than just a tool for poor eyesight — they’re a fashion statement unlike any other. We carry more than 1000 trendy frames in tons of different styles, and any of them can be worn as non-prescription eyeglasses.
  • Customize your look Fake glasses are a great style opportunity for those who don’t need vision correction. We stock a huge amount of frames with a variety of shapes and colors, and you can improve any outfit with a well styled set of non-prescription glasses.
  • Blue light protection Most of us are exposed to digital screens every day. Harmful blue light from these screens can cause long-term damage to your eyes. You can add digital screen protection to your non-prescription glasses by selecting the option at checkout.
  • Affordable accessories Our frames are a great value way to accessorize your outfit. They are available from $6, meaning you don’t need to break the bank to add some on-trend fake glasses to your wardrobe.
Mellow Yellow Sixto -  Vintage Acetate Eyeglasses
Mellow Yellow Sixto -  Vintage Acetate Eyeglasses

Mellow Yellow
Coffee
Gray
Teal

Sixto $35 2-Day Delivery

Red & Gold
Black Gold
Green & Gold

Garance $35 2-Day Delivery

Warm Tortoise
Gray Clear
Clear
Tortoise

Morning $35

Clear Vinyl -  Geek Acetate Eyeglasses
Clear Vinyl -  Geek Acetate Eyeglasses

Clear
Clear Brown
Tortoise
Black
Orange

Vinyl $39 2-Day Delivery

Clear
Tortoise
Black
Gray
Green Tortoise
Blood Orange

Tower $39 2-Day Delivery

Clear Melon
Clear
Ivory Tortoise
Black
Coral

Attitude $45 2-Day Delivery

Emerald Green
Raspberry
Tortoise Green
Pink
Purple
Coral

Aroma $55 2-Day Delivery

Matte Clear
Tortoise
Ivory Tortoise
Clear
Floral
Gray Clear
White

Primrose $32 2-Day Delivery

Rose Gold
Golden
Silver

Octave $35

Black Cupertino -  Vintage Metal Eyeglasses
Black Cupertino -  Vintage Metal Eyeglasses

Black
Silver

Cupertino $32

Ivory Tortoise Noun -  Acetate Eyeglasses
Ivory Tortoise Noun -  Acetate Eyeglasses

Ivory Tortoise
Clear
Pink
Purple
Yellow

Noun $35

Purple Equality -  Colorful Acetate Eyeglasses
Purple Equality -  Colorful Acetate Eyeglasses

Purple
Navy
Red
Blue
Green
Yellow
Orange
Pink

Equality $35

Leopard Lena -  Acetate Eyeglasses
Leopard Lena -  Acetate Eyeglasses

Leopard
Ivory Tortoise
Clear Beige

Lena $35

Matte Pink Wistful -  Lightweight Metal Eyeglasses
Matte Pink Wistful -  Lightweight Metal Eyeglasses

Matte Pink
Coffee
Black

Wistful $32 2-Day Delivery

Rose Gold
Black
Brown

Synapse $32

Red Movement -  Lightweight Metal Eyeglasses
Red Movement -  Lightweight Metal Eyeglasses

Red
Golden
Rose Gold

Movement $32 2-Day Delivery

Gray
Black
Tortoise

Borderline $55

Orange Sebastian -  Fashion Acetate, Metal Eyeglasses
Orange Sebastian -  Fashion Acetate, Metal Eyeglasses

Orange
Rose Gold
Tortoise
Burgundy

Sebastian $39 2-Day Delivery ®

Tortoise
Clear
Cafe Glace
Taupe
Warm Tortoise
Chestnut

Prism $70 2-Day Delivery

Red
Black
Silver

Pearl $35 2-Day Delivery

Blue
Black
 Golden

Woodrow $35 ®

Ivory Tortoise
Champagne
Clear Jade
Matte Champagne
Warm Tortoise
 Translucent
Jet Black
Celeste

Aura $70 2-Day Delivery ®

Cognac
Clear
Striped Granite
Warm Tortoise

Theory $70 2-Day Delivery

Black
Brown/Tortoise

Claudia $39 2-Day Delivery

Rose Gold
Coffee
Navy

Dapper $35 ®

Translucent
Charred Quartz
Amber Tortoise
Ocean Tide

Sequence $70 2-Day Delivery

Navy & Gold
Pink & Gold
Yellow & Gold

Altar $35

Styling your non-prescription glasses

  • Face shapes Matching your frames to your face shape is an important step in styling your eyeglasses, see our guide to matching your glasses here. You have so many choices when it comes to frame shapes, so it’s important to know what will suit you!
  • Choosing the right finish for your frame Fake glasses are all about style, so choosing the right color and material for your frame is important. Do you want a classic look like a black plastic frame, or something more bold like a colorful acetate finish?
  • Match your style The right set of eyeglasses can enhance any style. A set of sharp, cat eye eyeglasses work perfectly with a formal outfit, while an oversized, hipster-style frames can work with more casual clothes. Use our try on feature to find the best frame for you.

2-Day Delivery

Rose Gold
Black
Gunmetal

Urban $52

Black Decadence -  Fashion Acetate, Metal Eyeglasses
Black Decadence -  Fashion Acetate, Metal Eyeglasses

Black
Tortoise

Decadence $32

Glitter Gold Spark -  Metal Eyeglasses
Glitter Gold Spark -  Metal Eyeglasses

Glitter Gold
Glitter Rose Gold
Glitter Silver
Glitter Red

Spark $42 2-Day Delivery

Gold
Rose Gold
Lavender
Burgundy
Mint

Star $39

Clear Pink Moon River -  Fashion Plastic, Metal Eyeglasses
Clear Pink Moon River -  Fashion Plastic, Metal Eyeglasses

Clear Pink

Moon River $32 2-Day Delivery

Black
Tortoise

Alchemist $69 2-Day Delivery ®

Champagne
Brown Tortoise
Gray Clear
Floral
Tortoise
Clear Blue

Planete $70 2-Day Delivery Ray-Ban

Tortoise Brown
Black
Clear & Gray

Ray-Ban RB7047 $153 2-Day Delivery

Gray Floral
Black

Absolutely $45

Clear Black Ray-Ban RB7066 -  Fashion Plastic Eyeglasses
Clear Black Ray-Ban RB7066 -  Fashion Plastic Eyeglasses
Ray-Ban

Clear Black
Black
Clear Gray
Tortoise Brown
Tortoise Blue

Ray-Ban RB7066 $153 2-Day Delivery Oakley

Matte Brown Tortoise
Satin Black
Polished Clear & Gray

Oakley Holbrook Rx $141 2-Day Delivery Ray-Ban

Black Multicolor
Black
Tortoise
Gold Tortoise
Gold Transparent
Clear

Ray-Ban RB5154 $189 2-Day Delivery Ray-Ban

Matte Black
Black

Ray-Ban RB5277 $149 New Ray-Ban

Yellow Tortoise
Black & Gray
Black
Tortoise

Ray-Ban RB5279 $149 2-Day Delivery Oakley

Satin Black & Blue
Satin Pewter
Polished Black
Matte Midnight

Oakley Socket 5.5 $186

Gray Red Ray-Ban RB7046 -  Plastic Eyeglasses
Gray Red Ray-Ban RB7046 -  Plastic Eyeglasses
Ray-Ban

Gray Red
Tortoise
Clear & Pink Beige
Clear Blue
Black
Clear Red
Clear Green

Ray-Ban RB7046 $143 Ray-Ban 2-Day Delivery

Black & Gray
Black
Tortoise

Ray-Ban RB5228 $189

Tortoise Gold Ray-Ban RB6489 -  Vintage Metal Eyeglasses
Tortoise Gold Ray-Ban RB6489 -  Vintage Metal Eyeglasses
Ray-Ban

Tortoise Gold
Gold
Silver
Black Gold
Black

Ray-Ban RB6489 $177

People wear glasses for a variety of reasons — and not just for vision problems. 

In fact, many people today are wearing non-prescription glasses strictly as a fashion statement. This trendy accessory is readily available in a range of designs, colors and materials that can add just the right touch to your outfit!

It’s important to note that non-prescription “plano lenses” have zero corrective power whatsoever, while non-prescription reading glasses offer some level of magnification, enlarging what you see up-close. 

If you don’t have vision issues that require prescriptive correction, wearing plano lenses shouldn’t be a problem — they will neither damage your eyes nor cause structural issues. Some non-prescription specs, such as the type that block damaging blue light, can actually be beneficial to your eye health.

One negative is that cheaper over-the-counter (OTC) glasses can often fit poorly and cause you unnecessary discomfort, while lenses may scratch more easily.

Quality non-prescription glasses for all types of budgets can be found with a little research. Knowing more about what to look for can help ensure you find the right type for you.

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Do you need non-prescription reading glasses?

If you find yourself squinting to read small print (text messages, food and medication labels, etc.) and nearby objects start to seem blurry, you probably need reading glasses

Straining to read can be a symptom of presbyopia, a condition that can be easily corrected with non-prescription reading glasses (also called “readers”). Presbyopia is quite common in people over the age of 40, a time of life when age-related changes in the eye begin to make it more difficult to focus on close-up objects or smaller printed text. 

Reading glasses can help. They work to magnify words and images on the page or digital screen, and to enlarge the appearance of nearby objects, making it easier for you to read and see clearly — all without the need for a prescription from an eye doctor. 

The level of magnification (or “power”) on the lenses of over-the-counter (OTC) readers ranges from +0.25 to +6.00. The right level for you will depend on the specific reason you need to magnify text, images or objects. 

For computer work, for instance, low-power reading glasses (+1.25 to +1.5) are probably enough, while stronger glasses (+2.0 to +2.5) might make more sense for reading things up close.

Since both lenses in a pair of readers typically have the same power, this option is not suitable for more complicated vision problems that do require a prescription, such as astigmatism, myopia (nearsightedness) and hyperopia (farsightedness). 

People who are simply losing sharp, focused vision due to age, however, will likely benefit from the type of magnification offered by non-prescription reading glasses. Other advantages include: 

  • Cost – These glasses are less expensive than those available from your eye doctor, making them ideal for people who may want multiple pairs for home and office use — or for people who continually lose or break glasses and need frequent replacements. 
  • Choice – You’ll find a wide selection of magnification power, as well as lens types, including options for bifocals and aspheric lenses. You may want to think about pairs with differing strengths for different activities, such as reading vs. detailed computer work.
  • Customization – Reading glasses can be customized with extras that best suit your needs, such an anti-reflective lens coating, which will help protect your eyes from glare. 

The best part? Many non-prescription readers are eligible for FSA or HSA expenses

It’s important to keep in mind that reading glasses are intended for occasional use and not for full-time wear. If you feel like you need to use glasses regularly, consult your eye doctor. 

Stylish non-prescription glasses

Gone are the days of wearing glasses only because you need them to see. These days, many people are wearing non-prescription glasses as fashion accessories to complement their outfits, moods or activities. 

If this sounds like you, consider plano lenses without any magnification — you’ll get the stylish look you want without any visual distortion. 

For a bold fashion statement, why not play around with frame color and lens tints? You’ll find a wide range of colors, materials and designs to suit every occasion, personality and budget. Just keep in mind that high-quality non-prescription glasses are typically more expensive because they are lighter (though still durable) and more comfortable for daily wear, while cheap lenses can scratch easily and cause focus issues.

Non-prescription glasses that filter harmful blue light 

Like many people today, you’re probably spending large amounts of time in front of digital screens (TV,  computer, phone, etc.) for work and for play. As a result, your eyes may feel dry and tired, or you may get annoying headaches that make it even more difficult to focus. 

These symptoms can be an indication of computer vision syndrome, a type of digital eye strain caused by increased exposure to the harmful blue light that emanates from our various screens. In an ideal world, the solution would be to minimize screen time; however, doing so is not always possible given modern work obligations and lifestyle habits.

If you can’t get away from your screen(s), why not try non-prescription glasses that filter the harsh glow  of damaging blue light?

Blue light glasses can alleviate the need to continually refocus your eyes when you’re looking at digital screens, while reducing eye strain by blocking blue light and glare. 

You can purchase these without a prescription and they come with lenses of varying power — unmagnified, magnified and multifocal lenses — depending on what level of power you need (or don’t need) for your given activities.

Another advantage of blue light blocking glasses is that you can wear them all day with no side effects. This solution is ideal for those who spend long hours in front of digital screens. 

Are non-prescription, light-adaptive glasses right for you?

Light-adaptive glasses feature clear lenses that darken automatically when exposed to sunlight. Also called photochromic lenses, these are convenient for people who want the benefits of sunglasses without having to get a separate pair. 

If you experience light sensitivity (photophobia), transition-style glasses might be a good option for you. 

While Transitions Lenses is the most well-known when it comes to light-adaptive glasses, there are other brands out there that offer similar design and color options. The best part is that these light-adaptive lenses are compatible with all kinds of frames and materials — and you can even find non-prescription, transition-style glasses for kids!

One disadvantage that should be noted: These glasses don’t work as well from within a vehicle, as most windshields already have UV protection — meaning sunlight is less likely to enter and trigger the lenses to change. If you drive longer distances as part of your daily routine, these may not be right for you.

Non-prescription glasses for kids

According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology, it’s perfectly safe for kids to wear non-prescription glasses. 

This eyewear is increasingly popular as part of “geek chic” fashion, and your child may one day request a pair to fit in with their peers who are wearing non-prescription specs. If you have the budget for extra accessories, there’s certainly no harm in giving them a pair of glasses with plano lenses, which have no magnification power. 

Just be sure to visit an eye doctor first — they will determine whether or not your kid has any existing vision problems that do need correction via prescription lenses.

When you are ready to purchase non-prescription glasses for kids, how will you know what to look for? Some factors to consider are:

  • Materials – Plastic frames are always a good choice for young people, as they’re lightweight and flexible. If you choose metal, ensure that the particular metal (or metal alloy) is hypoallergenic. 
  • Durability – Frames should be strong enough so that kids don’t end up breaking them while playing, while lenses should be sturdy enough to withstand scratches, as these can distort your child’s vision. 
  • Style – The type of glasses you choose should suit your child’s preferred activities. Outdoorsy kids, for example, may benefit from a pair of non-prescription transition-style glasses that will protect their eyes from sun damage.

Ultimately, if you do decide to buy a pair of stylish glasses for your kid, either with or without prescription lenses, you want them to wear them. Be sure to include children in the decision-making process and get frames in a modern design they truly love so they’re more likely to stick with it. 

Choosing the right non-prescription glasses

Once you’ve decided to purchase stylish non-prescription glasses, you’ll find a lot of fashionable choices on the market, at all kinds of retailers — including drugstores, department stores and a variety of online sellers. 

How to choose what’s right for you?

It may seem confusing, but an excellent way to start narrowing your search is to remember why you would like a pair. 

  • If you want them purely for style, you can simply pick a pair (or two) in your favorite frame shape and have just fun with them. 
  • If you’d like them for reading or computer work, in addition to frame style, you’ll want to pay attention to the level of magnification (and even anti-glare coating).

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