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One month supply of Daily Disposable contact lenses - £9.98 delivered @ Daysoft

£9.98 @ Daysoft
I used to use Acuvue Dailies but changed to these because of price, and I'm incredibly happy with them. Just as comfortable as Acuvue, delivery is always very quick and customer service is good too… Read More
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
I used to use Acuvue Dailies but changed to these because of price, and I'm incredibly happy with them.

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
I don't personally agree that they're as good as the accuvue lenses. The lenses seem very thin to me and are not as comfortable over prolonged periods. Also, if they don't go in correctly first time they have a habit of folding over on themselves and becoming very difficult to put back in. Still, as you say a good price for those wanting to try out cheap lenses. :thumbsup:
#2
:thumbsup:
#3
must be a personal choice thing - i love these lenses. In my opinion more comfortable than 1-day-acuvues. Ive been using them for nearly 18 months now - no problems.
#4
Anything there for astigmatism?
#5
gal2792t
Anything there for astigmatism?


officially no, BUT however i decided to try out these lenses with my prescription but just standard lenses after being told all over town once when i was desperate [lost some and needed them asap] that know where would stock any suitable for my astigmatism it would be a special order thing, and they are great very happy with them they fit perfectly and i have had no problem what so ever, i really cant tell the differance other than the cost and the ease of having dailys that i was aslo told i couldnt by vision express, ive never had a problem putting them in like others have said would recommend
#6
I ordered these for my daughter and I, we have both used them for the last year. my daughter actally prefers these to the ones that were prescribed by specsavers as she finds it easier to tell which way round they go. She had a few which tore when she put them in a one came with a hole in it ( out of a whole years supply) I contacted their customer services and they gave us a whole months supply to replace the few damaged ones.
#7
When entering my prescription it say I only need the power. Bit worried about these not being right. Usually I enter power/cylinder/mag
#8
gal2792t
When entering my prescription it say I only need the power. Bit worried about these not being right. Usually I enter power/cylinder/mag

That's a glasses prescription, you don't have that with contact lenses.
#9
i also use these and find them much more comfortable than the acuvue ones.
#10
I have used these for over a year when I finally got fed up with my daughter snapping the arms off my glasses. Never used other brands but these are comfortable and havent had any issues even when I fall asleep wearing them.
#11
Daysoft are brilliant... I have used them for a while now with no issues. Much cheaper than most lenses on the market......

HOT
#12
Neat deal, certainly better than the £27 I'm paying for acuvue via dollond & aitcheson.

Am going to order a months supply, give 'em a try, nothing ventured nothing gained.

Cheers OP !
#13
gal2792t
Anything there for astigmatism?


what are you on at the moment though?

I have specsavers MONTHLY disposables for £15 a month. Its a bother but the astigmatism limits my choices. The dailies for 32pairs are focus Dailies (Toric for astigmatism) are £35 from specsavers.

I know im going to get a lot of stick for being with specsavers , so anyone know any other cheaper options?
#14
I know they are daily disposable's but could you wear these for a couple of days? (taking them out and leaving them in solution over night) I used to wear the monthly ones for 2-3 months a pair and had know problems
#15
dean_brfc
That's a glasses prescription, you don't have that with contact lenses.


Odd, that's what I enter when I normally order my contacts. They are 1 month disposables though; that make a difference?
#16
I might get some, I have astigmatism in my left eye but could I just get the normal lenses for the left eye. Will I notice a difference as opticians have told me its a slight astigmatism. Thanks
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Niz
what are you on at the moment though?

I have specsavers MONTHLY disposables for £15 a month. Its a bother but the astigmatism limits my choices. The dailies for 32pairs are focus Dailies (Toric for astigmatism) are £35 from specsavers.

I know im going to get a lot of stick for being with specsavers , so anyone know any other cheaper options?


Acucure for astigmatism, 1 month disposables. I get them online at Optictal Express for £10 per pair (have to buy at least 3 months) to get it that cheap.
#18
666FU
I know they are daily disposable's but could you wear these for a couple of days? (taking them out and leaving them in solution over night) I used to wear the monthly ones for 2-3 months a pair and had know problems


You'll end up in that 0.04% of people who lose their sight due to the wearing of contacts.... :whistling:

1st of the month, mine are in the bin!
#19
anyone know the difference between the daysoft 58 and the daysoft 72?
#20
:thumbsup:i used to pay £32 for these from specsavers,until i found this offer on this site 2 years ago, saved a fortune ever since.
#21
Caroline72
anyone know the difference between the daysoft 58 and the daysoft 72?


Also interested in the answer to this.
#22
i've used daysoft for a whils now, very good service and lenses

I pay £20 for 2 months of lenses
#23
Caroline72
anyone know the difference between the daysoft 58 and the daysoft 72?


Most of the 72 ones seem to be the longer wearing day/night and extra aired ones.
#24
Caroline72
anyone know the difference between the daysoft 58 and the daysoft 72?


I just found out it means the different water content of the lenses 58% and 72%.
#25
Caroline72
anyone know the difference between the daysoft 58 and the daysoft 72?

Water content aint it
#26
Caroline72
anyone know the difference between the daysoft 58 and the daysoft 72?


It's the % water content. 72% will let more oxygen through to the cornea but will dry out a little quicker.
#27
so there the same price but the 72% would be better? cheerz
#28
The site doesnt ask for BC or Cyl or Axis only the Power, is that ok. Just thought I check before I order
#29
gal2792t
Odd, that's what I enter when I normally order my contacts. They are 1 month disposables though; that make a difference?



Contact lenses can still have Sphere/Cyl/Axis, the same as a spectacle prescription, if there is minimal astigmatism it will only be a Sphere. It should also have a BC (base curve) & TD (total diameter)
#30
Does anyone know what the Diameter and base curve are on these?
#31
dark_fusion86
Does anyone know what the Diameter and base curve are on these?


8.6 BC and 14.2 diam
#32
I started to wear glasses when I was 10 and then swapped to contacts when I got a bit older. 6 years ago I had laser for my short signt and astigmatism my eyes have been perfect since. It feels sooooo good not having to reply on glasses/ contacts, no more red or dry eyes!
#33
doesnt it say something about them being made to fit most eyes so you dont need to put anything but ur perscription distance thing in
#34
seriouslylovely
I started to wear glasses when I was 10 and then swapped to contacts when I got a bit older. 6 years ago I had laser for my short signt and astigmatism my eyes have been perfect since. It feels sooooo good not having to reply on glasses/ contacts, no more red or dry eyes!


cool story bro
#35
Have just ordered a months supply, was looking at these about a year ago but you could only order a couple or months at a time... 10 quid... nothing ventured nothing gained! :thumbsup:
#36
Good price, would be great to get a these and just use them as extras, when you travelling etc.
#37
trojanrabbit
8.6 BC and 14.2 diam


my prescription is 8.6 and 13.8, could i get away with these do you think?
#38
Great lenses, wear them at weekends and holidays
#39
Wow - been using [url]www.contactlenses.co.uk[/url] for mine, but these are less than HALF the price of the cheapest on there.

Have ordered, see how good they are...

Previously used focus-dailies @ £26/mo - which are ok..but a bit dry by the end of the day
then tried acuvue-moist @£ 41/mo - but found them too thin, prone to folding, and not all that comfortable?!
then returned to focus...

So these @ 9.99/mo are unbelievably cheap ;)
#40
ChipSticks
my prescription is 8.6 and 13.8, could i get away with these do you think?


Most daily disposable lenses are one fit now. I doubt you would notice a difference.

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