Order-Made Lens

Custom, made in Japan order lenses are available for a wide range of GULL masks. These lenses are expertetly crafted by our Japanese partner company.

Lens types

VADERApplied full surface

MANTIS LVApplied full surface


  • Direct-Ground Lens
  • Applied Full Surface
  • Section Applied
  • Lower Section EX
  • Up/Low EX
  • Bifocal

Details required on order-made lens prescription

Spherical Lens Cylindrical Lens Cylinder Axis Base Naked Vision Corrected Vision Total Vision
R 1.D 2.D 3.

4. For distance   6. upillary distance   mm(Left   mm,Right   mm)

Spherical Lens Cylindrical Lens Cylinder Axis

*Required for bifocal lenses

5. For middle distance For reading Pupillary distance mm(Left mm,Right mm)

Things to be aware of when ordering

1. The range is limited when S and C values are [-] & [+] or [+] & [-];please check with us before sending the prescription
2. When ordering, be sure to include a prescription obtained from an ophthalmologist or optician.
Please understand that it may not be possible to accept an order without a proper prescription.
3. Gull order-made lenses are unable to provide prism correction.
4. Please understand that after an order is received, it is not possible to cancel it orchange any details or options, or to ask for an exchange of completed items.

Up/Low EX on different lenses

Required information for corrective lens orders

1. SPH or S indicates spherical lens. For near-sightedness (myopia), the negative S value is preceded by – (minus sign). For far-sightedness (hyperopia) the positive S value is preceded by + (plus sign).
2. CYL or C indicates cylindrical lens.
3. AX or axis indicates cylindrical axis. Value shows the amount of astigmatism as a   value between 0 degrees and 180 degrees.
4. Lenses to see distant things better are often indicated by“ for distance.”
5. Lenses to see close things better are often indicated by“ for reading.” (They are also sometimes indicated by an ADD value.)
6. PD indicates pupillary distance. It is the distance between the center of the pupils in the right and left eyes. Sometimes, separate values are entered for the left and right eyes, and sometimes the total distance is entered