Currently, Zyber lens insert are only available for the following optical range:
SPH: -8.00 to +8.00
CYL: -6.00 to +6.00
SPH: The spherical (SPH) determines if you have hypermetropia (+) or myopia (-). The number indicates the strength of the lens you need. A smaller number signifies a milder condition.
CYL: The abbreviation CYL refers to cylinder and indicates the seriousness of astigmatism.
AXS: Axis is a number from 1 to 180. If your doctor has included cylinder power, there will also be an axis value to indicate positioning. Axis is measured in degrees and refers to where the astigmatism is located on the cornea.
Learn more prescription lens terms from this guide: https://zybervr.com/blogs/news/how-to-read-the-prescription-when-buying-vr-lens-inserts
The Oculus Quest has an inbuilt system which willl adjust to your optimal PD position. So you don't need the PD number for prescription lens. And this is our guide for PD measurement and adjustment: https://zybervr.com/blogs/news/a-complete-guide-of-pd-what-is-pd-ipd-why-important-and-how-to-adjust-the-pd-of-oculus-quest
You could figure out the Right and Left lenses by the "R" and "L" marks on the lenses base and lenses.
Please use the cleaning cloth to clean your prescription lenses.
- A pair of prescription lenses
- Storage case *1
- Cleaning cloth *1
- User Manual *1
Order & Shipping
Production Leadtime: 1-3 working days
Delivery Time: depends on which country you are live in.
Please find delivery time from the shipping policy: https://zybervr.com/policies/shipping-policy
We will send you the tracking number by email. And you could check the shipping status from this link: https://www.17track.net/en
Since this is a custom product, we only accept returns when your prescription lenses are not consistent with the order you placed or other quality issues. Contact us within 30 days of receiving your items and we will replace the lenses freely.
This was my second attempt at getting prescription lenses for my Oculus Quest 2. I am not disappointed this time. The optics are absolutely perfect. Just be sure you have an updated prescription and double check your input. I was about to give up VR because of the damage I was causing to my expensive glasses. This will free you up to enjoying what VR has to offer.