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Anyone buy Specsavers Contact lenses?

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Been looking at some contact lens, and was wondering it says for daily contact lens, 30 pairs so does that mean they give 60 lens in a pack? Is a stupid question, but on most other sites I've seem… Read More
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Been looking at some contact lens, and was wondering it says for daily contact lens, 30 pairs so does that mean they give 60 lens in a pack?

Is a stupid question, but on most other sites I've seem, they state 30 lens
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9m, 2w agoPosted 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Also what would you guys recommend daily or monthlies? Will be wearing them more or less everyday
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I used to wear lenses from Specsavers. 30 days worth is 60 lenses, one for each eye. There's no guarantee your eyes require the same lenses. I used Daily ones; wasn't much of an issue, unless I was drunk.
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andywedge
I used to wear lenses from Specsavers. 30 days worth is 60 lenses, one for each eye. There's no guarantee your eyes require the same lenses. I used Daily ones; wasn't much of an issue, unless I was drunk.


How much were you paying?
#4
I currently subscribe to a monthly contact lens package and I receive 3 pairs every 3 months with the solutions and a case
#5
andywedge
I used to wear lenses from Specsavers. 30 days worth is 60 lenses, one for each eye. There's no guarantee your eyes require the same lenses. I used Daily ones; wasn't much of an issue, unless I was drunk.
Bruised eyes or losing them by accident? I've done both! Take a spare pair out with me now (they fit perfectly in a Go Pro battery case.
#6
I use Specsavers Dailies on contract. They're the dearest option, as I find them the most comfortable,having tried lots. I've astigmatism and the start of a cataract in the same eye, so very different prescriptions and thickness etc. Full support, eye tests, big discounts on specs, any problems I can just pop in - £31 a month direct debit or a pound a pair. I know it's a bit dear but feel it's worth it. They're delivered every 3 months, and if I have a backlog say using glasses for a while, they suspend the order and DD till wanted again. Dailies are more hygienic, I think as long as you take reasonable care (hand washing and so on). They're definitely more comfortable than specs. And you can wear shades!
#7
my local spec savers does a trial. but you need to attend checkups every 2 weeks to make sure your eyes are okay.
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dcx_badass
andywedge
I used to wear lenses from Specsavers. 30 days worth is 60 lenses, one for each eye. There's no guarantee your eyes require the same lenses. I used Daily ones; wasn't much of an issue, unless I was drunk.
Bruised eyes or losing them by accident? I've done both! Take a spare pair out with me now (they fit perfectly in a Go Pro battery case.
Losing one & having no control of my fingers when I tried to take them out too
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Deal7372
andywedge
I used to wear lenses from Specsavers. 30 days worth is 60 lenses, one for each eye. There's no guarantee your eyes require the same lenses. I used Daily ones; wasn't much of an issue, unless I was drunk.

How much were you paying?
I honestly can't remember; they would get delivered and I paid by DD

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