Free Trial Pair of 1 day or reusable Acuvue Contact Lenses - HotUKDeals
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Saw an advert for these on tv last night.

Youve heard about ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses, now try them for FREE*!
To claim a FREE* trial pair certificate for 1DAY ACUVUE® MOIST, ACUVUE® OASYS with HYDRACLEARPlus, and
ACUVUE® ADVANCE with HYDRACLEAR, choose an ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lens and click on the relevant link:

1DAY ACUVUE® MOIST

ACUVUE® ADVANCE with HYDRACLEAR

ACUVUE® OASYS with HYDRACLEAR Plus

1·DAY ACUVUE® for ASTIGMATISM

Might not be a very long trial if you normally buy the 1 a day lenses as they only give you 1 pair, but reusable pairs are available too.
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#1
Thanks richcf14 :)

Not sure if this is really a freebie :roll:
#2
Hi, I tried this "free trial" - You need to be careful that the optician does not charge for the consulatation - check that up front. They will not simply hand out a pair for you to try without checking your eyes etc. Luckily the optician I used let me off with the consultation fees. Just as well as the Oasys lenses are marketed as a "two-week extended wear" which was what I was looking for - but they are in fact only suitable for a weeks extended wear and could work out costly. Wasn't worth all the hassle - I stuck with my specsavers All Day All Night lenses which are much better and half the price.
#3
To get these lenses you are supposed to attend a fitting session, for which a charge is made. Most places give you your first pair free as a trial anyway, so I don't see this as any different.

Voted cold I'm afraid.
#4
it also says the free lenses have no prescription power so i guess u wont be able to see anything thru them anyway!

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