1 Month Supply of Daily Disposable Contact lenses (64) - £9.98 delivered @ Daysoft - HotUKDeals
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One month supply of Daily Disposable contact lenses - £9.98 delivered @ Daysoft

Just as comfortable as Acuvue, delivery is always very quick and customer service is good too.

£9.98 delivered for 32 pairs is an unbeatable price. They have been a similar price for two month supplies for a while now (x2 obviously!), but this is the first time I've noticed the price be equal for just a one month supply.

Might be good for those wanting to try but were put off at having to order two months worth.
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#1
They've been always at this price... they were absolutely uncomfortable for me and for my GF. They are even much thicker than most monthly lens... I wouldn't recommend, but it is up to you.
#2
Posted this myself and seen many others in the past.

Great to keep putting it up there. These are great lenses at a great price.
Can't fault them for service, delivery or price.
No good for astigmatism though (just so that you know)
#3
cool! many thanks Adam2050
#4
JanisCehovs
They've been always at this price... they were absolutely uncomfortable for me and for my GF. They are even much thicker than most monthly lens... I wouldn't recommend, but it is up to you.

Try a different brand, as there are hundreds 8)
#5
Fine for me and my son - as per above pick the variety you currently use and they will match the most appropriate ones to you. Been using them for 2 years, saved bundles and just as comfortable (for me anyway) as Focus Dailies
[mod] 1 Like #6
Thanks for posting Adam 8)

I used to wear the monthly disposable lenses but switched over to dailies when I discovered this site a couple of years back. The dailies worked out miles cheaper for me plus you don't have the cost of solutions ... I personally think they are more hygenic, and better for my eyes.

I've had great CS from this company, they have saved me a fortune and I love the lenses, what more can I say!

Oooh if anyones interested, I use the Daysoft 58 lens


Edited By: millarcat on Nov 17, 2010 10:21
#7
i love these used them for months with no problem, brilliant price aswell!
#8
millarcat
Thanks for posting Adam 8)I used to wear the monthly disposable lenses but switched over to dailies when I discovered this site a couple of years back. The dailies worked out miles cheaper for me plus you don't have the cost of solutions ... I personally think they are more hygenic, and better for my eyes.I've had great CS from this company, they have saved me a fortune and I love the lenses, what more can I say!Oooh if anyones interested, I use the Daysoft 58 lens

Mod approval in a thread oo winner.

I went for the Daysoft 58 as they are moister then the others.
#9
Lilmonkey
Posted this myself and seen many others in the past.Great to keep putting it up there. These are great lenses at a great price.Can't fault them for service, delivery or price.No good for astigmatism though (just so that you know)

i use this company and have bad astigmatism and get on with them great save fortune and have had no problems at all even though they are not officially for it
#10
Been using them for a year. Best contacts ever.
#11
I've been using them for well over a year now (daily disposables) and they suit me just fine. Absolutely no problems and very prompt delivery when ordered. The £9.98 for a months supply has been that since I started using them but Hot anyway because it's still a good price!!
#12
just ordered my 2nd months supply. They are thinner than the monthly ones I had before, but I have occasionally taken them out, rinsed, and put back in again without ripping them. Definitely more hygenic and great peace of mind knowing there is a stash of them to hand.
#13
Ok i am with specsavers, i pay £13 a month for 1 pair of monthly contacts and solution. Usualy by the end of the month my contacts are blurry and im sick of cleaning them with solution and still having bits so i always bin them early and open the next months pack before im supposed to.

Im thinking of changing to this, can someone explain can you set up a monthly order/payment or do i have to re order every month?

Im liking the fact of using a pair and after the day just binning them and having a fresh new pair the day after. No solution, no cleaning - sounds like heaven!! No horrible little solution pot that i always knock over!

So i just pick which ones im on and they will give me a suitable match and then i just enter my prescription - No catch? Also i wear mine for over 12hrs a day so i was given a certain type that allow the lens to "breathe" oO - They will be able to give me the nearest match?

Edited By: Smaybelline on Nov 17, 2010 11:31
#14
Smaybelline
Ok i am with specsavers, i pay £13 a month for 1 pair of monthly contacts and solution. Usualy by the end of the month my contacts are blurry and im sick of cleaning them with solution and still having bits so i always bin them early and open the next months pack before im supposed to.Im thinking of changing to this, can someone explain can you set up a monthly order/payment or do i have to re order every month? Im liking the fact of using a pair and after the day just binning them and having a fresh new pair the day after. No solution, no cleaning - sounds like heaven!! No horrible little solution pot that i always knock over! So i just pick which ones im on and they will give me a suitable match and then i just enter my prescription - No catch?

They don't give you the option on the site to direct debit, I have only ordered one set as I'm not going to use them all the time. So will likely last me a couple of months as I'd rather just use them when i go out.

They do offer an email reminder every month when thery are due to run out.

Or you could order 1, 2, 3, or 6 months I believe.

If I find them comfortable I will go back for a longer supply.
#15
Mine have already been dispatched ordered this morning.
#16
Smaybelline
Ok i am with specsavers, i pay £13 a month for 1 pair of monthly contacts and solution. Usualy by the end of the month my contacts are blurry and im sick of cleaning them with solution and still having bits so i always bin them early and open the next months pack before im supposed to.

Im thinking of changing to this, can someone explain can you set up a monthly order/payment or do i have to re order every month?

Im liking the fact of using a pair and after the day just binning them and having a fresh new pair the day after. No solution, no cleaning - sounds like heaven!! No horrible little solution pot that i always knock over!

So i just pick which ones im on and they will give me a suitable match and then i just enter my prescription - No catch? Also i wear mine for over 12hrs a day so i was given a certain type that allow the lens to "breathe" oO - They will be able to give me the nearest match?


I'm with Boots and I wear mine a lot too, 16 hours day/7 days a week. They changed mine from 1 pair/month for £10 to 2 pairs for £15 (without solutions). Much more comfortable having a new pair every fortnight.

Edited By: dirty_stan on Nov 17, 2010 11:41
#17
I'll give them a go and report back.
#18
I've worn contact lenses in the past but stuck to my glasses in recent years. Quite fancy the convienience of daily lenese though as it gives me more options. Would like to give them a try but currently dont have a "current brand" - what should i plump for?
#19
dblake
I've worn contact lenses in the past but stuck to my glasses in recent years. Quite fancy the convienience of daily lenese though as it gives me more options. Would like to give them a try but currently dont have a "current brand" - what should i plump for?

I don't have a current brand I went for the 'Daysoft 58' as I know my eyes get dry after a while with contacts in.

Totally dependant on your eyes. I prefer a moist lense.
#20
Adam2050
dblake
I've worn contact lenses in the past but stuck to my glasses in recent years. Quite fancy the convienience of daily lenese though as it gives me more options. Would like to give them a try but currently dont have a "current brand" - what should i plump for?
I don't have a current brand I went for the 'Daysoft 58' as I know my eyes get dry after a while with contacts in.Totally dependant on your eyes. I prefer a moist lense.

Thanks - worth a shot at this price - especially with the party season coming up!
[mod]#21
Very cheap for a months supply. Hot :)
#22
Good price, but i didnt get on with them, Very uncomfortable.
Suppose it depends on your eyes though
#23
I have been using these for ages now as well. Customer service excellent. Noticed when I switched from the 72's to the 58's and emailed me to see if this is what I meant to order. I better get my new order in now as they sent me a reminder as if they have an influx may have to wait a bit longer for my lens!!!
#24
I've got these in right now and they're ok.
The packaging is a bit cheaper than my usual, and I use them as a backup option.
I find them a bit floppy - as opposed to someone above finding them thicker. There's at least 2 a week won't go in properly because of that floppiness and end up down the sink.

I had a problem with one batch and sent off a quick email, and got one of the top people there getting in touch with me apologising and sending me a free pack and kept in touch to make sure they were ok. Really outstanding customer service....

Give them a try. They're ok.
#25
No gripes here after 2x years of using them.
The ones my optician gave were really thin and would pop out during sports, but these thicker ones were a lot better.

As I was new to contacts, I found the thicker ones a bit harder to put in, but you get used to it and its now completly fine.
#26
Ive also been using them for around 2 years now, never had a problem and always had top service from them.

I was using SpecSavers before untill they decided to charge me for check ups because
" People ar buying them from the internet so we need to charge people to recuperate lost revenue "

..thats an actual excuse a member of staff in Hanleys SpecSavers used. So off I went to Google and found this little Gem.
#27
dblake
I've worn contact lenses in the past but stuck to my glasses in recent years. Quite fancy the convienience of daily lenese though as it gives me more options. Would like to give them a try but currently dont have a "current brand" - what should i plump for?
you need to have a valid contact lens prescription to be able to order- you cna't jsut decide yourself on what lenses and the power etc. also need to have regular check ups on the lenses. if thry give them to you with no prescription they are breaking the law.
#28
My wife went from £15 per month with dolland for monthly disposibles to this: £10 a month for daily disposibles about six months ago.

Fantastic product and service. Wife has the 58 version

Edited By: alexandercooper on Nov 17, 2010 12:15
#29
been using these for several years. fast delivery, as comfortable as focus dailies and actually easier to handle being slightly thicker.
#30
beth25
dblake
I've worn contact lenses in the past but stuck to my glasses in recent years. Quite fancy the convienience of daily lenese though as it gives me more options. Would like to give them a try but currently dont have a "current brand" - what should i plump for?
you need to have a valid contact lens prescription to be able to order- you cna't jsut decide yourself on what lenses and the power etc. also need to have regular check ups on the lenses. if thry give them to you with no prescription they are breaking the law.

I've ordered without a prescription that is up to date, they can't be held responsible for it they have a disclaimer on the site which you tick.
#31
I suffer from dry irritbale eyes and tried these - these are fine as I did not wear them too long.

Have used monthly disposable, fortnightly disposable but I much prefer the current combination of specs and dailies. I wear my dailies disposable 3 days a week when I play football otherwise I stick to glasses. My eyesight is not that bad and I find that I just dont like wearing contacts for 16 odd hours a day.

Specs + dailies = best combination for me.
#32
I use the focus dailies and did not get on with these from when I can remember buying them (couple of years back) - But I have ordered some to try again.

Well worth the money, but the packaging is a bit shoddy and can be annoying when you are in a hurry.
#33
I have dry eyes and cant wear these for mroe than a couple of hours without having to use eye drops. But for the price I can't complain.
#34
Great deal. Shame they're not suitable for astigmatism but obviously they would cost more if they were.
#35
they have been this price for some time now, i've used them for a couple of years, very good service and the lenses are just as good as the ones i got from specsavers
#36
I bought these the other day.Never had lenses before and just used my glasses prescription to order.
Some folk have told me theyve done the same whilst others have said its dangerous!
Anyone know better?
#37
I currently wear glasses, so have an upto date prescription, but I've never tried contacts.

This sounds a bit dumb but is there a seperate prescription needed for contacts? Also if you want contacts isnt it best to go for a consultation and fitting etc?
#38
whitecarlos
I bought these the other day.Never had lenses before and just used my glasses prescription to order.Some folk have told me theyve done the same whilst others have said its dangerous!Anyone know better?

Wouldn't call it dangerous, I went to tesco and trialed a few pairs and found what I need which was very soft ones with monthlys and daily ones needed to be moist throughout the day. It didn't want to pay Tesco a fortune but I know which brands will work for me if I don't find these comfortable.
#39
numptyj
I currently wear glasses, so have an upto date prescription, but I've never tried contacts.This sounds a bit dumb but is there a seperate prescription needed for contacts? Also if you want contacts isnt it best to go for a consultation and fitting etc?

I trialed contacts at tesco cheif before going down this line as then you can use there free service under no obligation.
#40
Just to reassure everyone that maybe are doubting these. I have been wearing these and a customer of Daysoft for around about 3 years now. I have astigmatism.

I have to admit, I have noticed a significant improvement in the quality of these lenses in the last 18 months.
I'm not sure if they have improved them, as they don't advertise this on the website or the packaging, but they are definitely the most comfortable lens I have used to date.

You cannot beat the convenience of using daily lenses. Especially the way these are packaged in their unique 'strip of four' way.. it means you can have a few days or a long weekends worth of lenses in a compact form with no messing about having to clean them each night.

Highly recommended

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