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2 month supply of Daily Contact Lenses: £19.96 delivered at Daysoft

£19.96 @ Daysoft
Daysoft have an offer on their daily contact lenses at the moment if you buy a two month supply, which is terrific when compared to other daily disposable contact lenses. I used to wear Acuvue dail…
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Daysoft have an offer on their daily contact lenses at the moment if you buy a two month supply, which is terrific when compared to other daily disposable contact lenses.

I used to wear Acuvue dailies, which were costing me about £60 for the same quantity, so I decided to try Daysoft and they were just as good...if anything they're a little more comfortable. Delivery is extremely quick as well, and I've never had a problem with customer service.
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#1
No toric lenses?
#2
Quite decent, 'worth a try' as they say. Voted hot.
#3
Thanks very much for sticking this deal up.
I wear monthlys and they are starting to get uncomfortable and drying my eyes out. For the price I can give these a try without committing. :thumbsup:
#4
momagic
No toric lenses?

I wear Torics, if you look under the Q&A's on this website you will see that they don't do Torics yet, only sperical which are not recommended, such a shame, I'm really disappointed!

Great post though!
#5
i give a big thumbs up to this company :thumbsup:

me and the missis have been using this co for a couple of years now

for anyone in doubt

the guy behind this company invented daily disposables
#6
Do they check your prescription/contact your optician?
#7
They're mad prices. I'm paying £18 a box at contactlenses.co.uk, and they're £5 a box here.

Fantastic post - best one I've ever seen on here, it'll save me £150 a year!
#8
fantastic, ordered some today, can't wait to try 'em, they're certainly cheap! :w00t:
#9
freakfire
Do they check your prescription/contact your optician?

I think by law they have to have the option to check, but rarely do.
#10
I tried these about 2 months ago. Sent them back after 2 days as they hurt my eyes!!!
#11
They aren't the best lenses in the world, but they are cheap. The fact that they change you to their brand without any check-ups from the contact lens fitter is very dodgy. As for the owner inventing daily disposables - it's true, but doesn't make them good lenses - Alexander Graham Bell's phone is rubbish compared to newer developments.
#12
I started using these last year and am very happy with the lenses and the service, not to mention the very cheap prices
#13
Can't go wrong since they have a 7 day full money back guarantee.

I think I'm going to try these out. Thanks!
#14
any more feedback on these...good or bad???
#15
I used to wear contacts in my early 20s with no problems, over a decade later my eyes get very dry after 6 hours or so. My optician said it's because I'm getting older, sob.

My brand was always Focus Dailies. Daysoft contact lenses are just as good, though I can't wear them as long as I used to years ago. Don't think you'll get daily lenses cheaper!

I've been using Daysoft for over a year, thumbs up from me!
#16
ryoooh
any more feedback on these...good or bad???

Yeah I use them all the time, they are better than the ones my optician advised because they have a bigger circumference and seem to be more moist.

I have had one bad packet which I duly informed them of and they immediately sent me out a brand new pack (3 months supply for both eyes), can't be bad ...

not sure what someone meant by not the best lenses in the world ... which ones are the best lenses in the world??
#17
I'll have to wait since they do not have my contact lenses listed...
#18
I've used these sporadically over the past few years with Focus Dailies. Come the evening, the Daysoft lenses seem to be the more comfortable of the two but I've always found my vision more blurred with these in. The quality is not as good either - couple of times now I've had torn lenses in the 'pods' that they come in.

Will stick to Focus Dailies but these are at a very good price.
#19
Just ordered some of these.......look like a very good deal..will soon find out for my self if they are as good a quality as focus dailies.
many thanks voted hot for now!!!
#20
i not tried these, but I have ordered some. Very good value even for one month £13.98.

I pay £22 for one month with contactlenses.co.uk - If these are good, they have my business.

Good find
#21
Have been using these for over three years. Morst comfortable contact lenses I found due to high water percentage (72%). Great Deal!
#22
just orderd some,,,thanks op

saved me £28 compared to specsavers prices

heat and rep added
#23
I've met the guy who owns this company, and yes he did invent the whole dailies thing and sold the rights to J&J or something like that (which is where Acuvues come from).

I only wish they did coloured lenses, I don't need them for correction but like to wear coloured lenses now and again so only dailies make any sense for my usage pattern. Acuvue colours dailies were good, but they're no longer made so the only ones left are focus dailies and the colour in those is ****, barely noticeable :-(

Great price for these, I'd gladly pay double for coloured ones if anyone from Daysoft is reading :-D
#24
Ordered some, thanks OP - heat added. :thumbsup:
#25
I'm going to give these a try, currently wearing monthy lenses but have had a few infections over the last few years and the hospital told me last time to switch to dailes when they run out. It's worth a go to see how I get on with them.

I presume when you run out you pay for another 2 months or is there a link somewhere to order a more substantial amount?

You must look after your eyes, otherwise you won't be able to read the bargains posted on this site!
#26
I've used these for a while now. I don't wear them everyday, just for sports or nights out. However on occassion I've worn them for fairly prolonged periods and found them to be no more uncomfortable than other more expensive lenses.
I actually had a sight/contact lense test last friday and was asked by the optician to bring along the packaging of the lenses I wore. She seemed a little perplexed by them as i don't think she was familiar with the manufacturer. But she did think they were fine and more importantly were appropriate to my perscription.
A word of warning though, don't order the high water lenses. I ordered these by mistake at the start and they were so uncomfortable I had to return them. If you do find yourself returning lenses though their customer service is really good and you will hopefully have no problems.
#27
sherr03
I tried these about 2 months ago. Sent them back after 2 days as they hurt my eyes!!!


I had the same problem. I tried a few pairs, but I literally couldn't keep them in my eyes for more than 15 minutes because they stung so much :(.
#28
I wear contacts very occassionally and daily suits me very well. I've not worn them for a year now as my last pack ran out and I just couldn't be bothered to get a new set.

I might just get some of these and give them a go again.

Edit: Just checked my last boxes of Contacts and the PWR -1.75 (R) & -2.00 (L)

but my latest prescription says Sph -1.5, Cyl -1.00, Axis 25 (R) & Sph -1.75, Cyl -0.25, Axis 150 (L).

Confused if I should get the same PWR as my last lenses?
#29
sooty if it is any help my last perscription for my glasses was -4.00 in both eyes and the optician advised contact lenses of -3.75 (because the lenses are that bit closer to your eyes and therefore require less strength to make the same correction). However I wouldn't take this difference as a hard rule, I would be inclined to book a contact lense appointment at specsavers or whereever.
#30
I can't believe this company is selling these lenses without checking your prescriptions. Also you need to have worn a certain lens before an optician will recommend you use it. This is a legal requirement as far as I am aware.

For example I am with specsavers and before I can try out a new lens they have to examine my eyes with that particular lens in.

I imagine they will be sending emails out before they ship asking for a copy of your prescriptions - if not then they are acting illegally as far as I am aware.
#31
sootyvrs
I wear contacts very occassionally and daily suits me very well. I've not worn them for a year now as my last pack ran out and I just couldn't be bothered to get a new set.

I might just get some of these and give them a go again.

Edit: Just checked my last boxes of Contacts and the PWR -1.75 (R) & -2.00 (L)

but my latest prescription says Sph -1.5, Cyl -1.00, Axis 25 (R) & Sph -1.75, Cyl -0.25, Axis 150 (L).

Confused if I should get the same PWR as my last lenses?


I would suggest seeing a qualified optometrist/ contact lens optician to get advice on your suitability for these lenses.

IMO they really are in breach of GOC regulations by dishing out lenses without checking prescription.
#32
Good buy , just bought some for my son,we get the same ones from specsavers we usualy pay £32 ! what a saving. thanks
#33
sorry forgot to say that was £32 for 1 month:thumbsup:
#34
Sorry cold for me, if they are willing to supply without checking a prescription, breaking GOC regulations and put your optical health at risk.
#35
Even the yanks won't ship lenses over here without seeing your prescription - is this site for real? Makes one wonder!
#36
Iznogoud
Sorry cold for me, if they are willing to supply without checking a prescription, breaking GOC regulations and put your optical health at risk.


And if they do the above - are they cutting corners in other places too one wonders! Perhaps on 31st October the lenses will suck out our eyeballs and we will be controlled by some martian force many miles away and we will hunt down Santa and destroy Xmas forever! :-)
#37
Robbieeee2k
Even the yanks won't ship lenses over here without seeing your prescription - is this site for real? Makes one wonder!


Unfortunately yes:x
#38
Robbieeee2k
And if they do the above - are they cutting corners in other places too one wonders! Perhaps on 31st October the lenses will suck out our eyeballs and we will be controlled by some martian force many miles away and we will hunt down Santa and destroy Xmas forever! :-)



Sorry I don't want to get on a soap box but..

The corners that have been cut are plain to see, supplied from Jersey with no provision / facility for any aftercare + customers have ticked a box to say they are suitable, even though it is unlikely they have ever worn daysoft lenses for a CL fit/trial.

They are a medical device and are regulated as such, not all problems will be preceded with a red eye or discomfort and may take many months to build up thus the need to have regular checkups.

Non-conformist wear of CL could lead to an increased risk of corneal infiltrates, ulcers etc..

Its also worth noting that lenses are made from different materials as well as designs. The amount of oxygen passing through the lens and comfort is not simply related to the water content. For the people that are paying a lot more you are likely to be wearing a silicon hydrogel lens which allows a lot more O2 to pass through.
#39
Been using these since June '06.

I get my aftercare from a local optician and have been checked for fit with these lenses and everything's fine.

Have had the odd lens with a tear in when removing from the container.

Was previously with Specsavers using their own brand and these were slightly more comfortable for me (my perception at least).

HTH

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#40
Iznogoud
Sorry cold for me, if they are willing to supply without checking a prescription, breaking GOC regulations and put your optical health at risk.

It's not Daysoft that potentially put the users' health at risk, it is the user themselves.

Just as with teeth etc., it's up to the individual to have the health of their eyes checked out. Just because they will ship these without checking a prescription doesn't mean that people should cut this corner.

I've used them for a while but still visit the opticians roughly every year to keep a check on things. Obviously opticians themselves are probably against Daysoft, but they also tried to get GlassesDirect banned...so that does show they're only interested in their profits, not about their customers because GlassesDirect offer a brilliant service.

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