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10 Everclear ADM Contact Lenses free with code CLEAR10 at Vision Direct - just pay £2.98 postage
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10 Everclear ADM Contact Lenses free with code CLEAR10 at Vision Direct - just pay £2.98 postage

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Posted 13th Aug 2018Edited by:"barnesy99"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Go via link and use promo code CLEAR10 to get two boxes of 5 everclear ADM contact lenses for free. Only pay £2.98 for postage.

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CLEAR10 didn't work, please use TRAIN2 as @sanmoh mentioned in the comment

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I can't understand why people buy online.

I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.

Same price as these ones posted by the OP.

But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.

Much better value for money in my eyes.
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Do you need a special prescription or will standard glasses prescription do?
Gollywood3 m ago

Do you need a special prescription or will standard glasses prescription …Do you need a special prescription or will standard glasses prescription do?


there is a difference between prescriptions for glasses and lenses.
for me, it's 0.25 less for lenses, eg -3 and -2.75
Edited by: "mcek" 13th Aug 2018
Ordered and heat added. Thanks.
You need to be a new customer for the promo code to work, well at least according to my attempt.
I found these harder to handle (no tint) and less comfortable to wear all day, compared to my usual lenses.
Ordered thanks. Be interesting to see how they compare to my usual lenses. (Daysoft)
Can you order any lenses? I need torric lenses.
It looks like a clearance and that is why the code CLEAR ha ha...heated
Edited by: "kkthomask" 14th Aug 2018
I bought these in the past as part of a discount deal to try them.

My greatness. I did not get on with them at all.

Everybody is different, so it may just have been me.
Expired? Says Oops code isn't right and I entered CLEAR10.
Same - i cant get it to work?
34759677-h1q3V.jpgJust saw this advert on the train !
sanmoh23 m ago

[Image] Just saw this advert on the train !


Thanks! Your code worked but OP's code didn't.
contact lenses caused my cornea to ulcerate - even with the best make of lenses. Avoid if you can!
I ordered yesterday and got it today
I can't understand why people buy online.

I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.

Same price as these ones posted by the OP.

But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.

Much better value for money in my eyes.
Not free if you have to pay £2.95
chodu66615 m ago

I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily …I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.Same price as these ones posted by the OP.But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.Much better value for money in my eyes.


True. I get mine through Vision Express on their Direct Debit scheme. It costs me just less than £10 and I get one pair of monthly lenses and solution delivered to me (they send three months worth at once in advance). They also offer free sight tests each year and a free pair of glasses up to the value of £59 I believe. In addition to this, my lenses have tore on a few occasions in the past and they ordered new ones in for me and replaced them for free. They also gave me travel friendly sizes of solution for free once when I went on holiday. Oh and they also checked my eye sight again once when I had trouble with my updated prescription. I think Specsavers and Vision Express so some great deals on contact lenses so worth checking them out. Plus, if you are new to contact lenses they give some great advice.
chodu66614/08/2018 21:34

I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily …I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.Same price as these ones posted by the OP.But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.Much better value for money in my eyes.


I'm with Specsavers and I have to pay £25 a month any tips on saving ???
chodu66623 m ago

I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily …I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.Same price as these ones posted by the OP.But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.Much better value for money in my eyes.


Mine are monthlys and i got charged £30 a month for a 3 month supply - £90 in total for 3 months with solutions. I can get 6 months foe £23 online and solutions for £5 in local shop so its better value for me.
chodu66614/08/2018 21:34

I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily …I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.Same price as these ones posted by the OP.But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.Much better value for money in my eyes.


"I can't understand why people buy online"

32 pairs of daily disposables delivered for £13.38 says the wife.
I guess it depends on what your prescription is like. Mine isn't that bad and my eyes don't get irritated easily so I use the basic ones. Plus I like being able to go in to the branch to get my eyes checked regularly. They also like to call people back every 6 months too for aftercare to make sure your eyes are healthy.
Edited by: "PreetsCloset" 14th Aug 2018
Arbk6614/08/2018 22:00

"I can't understand why people buy online"32 pairs of daily disposables …"I can't understand why people buy online"32 pairs of daily disposables delivered for £13.38 says the wife.



Daysoft, amirite?
chodu66614/08/2018 21:34

I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily …I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.Same price as these ones posted by the OP.But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.Much better value for money in my eyes.


You do realise £15 gets you the most basic contact lense available. No good after 8 hours. They don't let your eyes breathe mush healthier to go for a better one. Specssavers normally advise against the bottom range lense
Paul_Liggins8 h, 40 m ago

I'm with Specsavers and I have to pay £25 a month any tips on saving ???

I'm on the £25 lense scheme. It gets you a lense that will last more than 8 hours and is comfortable and healthy for the eye. £15 is bargain bucket lenses that dont let the eye breathe. For a £10 and the amount I wear lenses it's a no brainer. Iv found in the past cheaper lenses after a while rub on the eye and you end up having to have a few weeks off them to let the eye recover
chodu66610 h, 49 m ago

I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily …I can't understand why people buy online.I get 30 pairs of daily disposable contacts delivered by Specsavers for £16 a month.Same price as these ones posted by the OP.But my payment includes the lenses/delivery plus all my eyetests, contact lens appointments and free glasses.Much better value for money in my eyes.


Totally agree
I've been using Daysoft for years now and would recommend them. I pay for a contact lens eye test at Specsaver and then use the prescription to order lenses from Daysoft.
Just paying cost price really a pair of contact lenses is around 70p anyway
My acuvue moist toric lens costs £40 for 30 pairs :/
I thought everclear was a liquor?
Arbk6614/08/2018 22:00

"I can't understand why people buy online"32 pairs of daily disposables …"I can't understand why people buy online"32 pairs of daily disposables delivered for £13.38 says the wife.


I get that, but my point was that for an extra 2.62 a get a fully inclusive eyecare package. I dont pay any extra for my annual eyetest, my annual contact lens checkup. And i get a free pair of glasses up to £45. I feel I get very good value for money and am happy to support my local store which happens to be run by two very friendly local partners.
Paul_Liggins14/08/2018 21:42

I'm with Specsavers and I have to pay £25 a month any tips on saving ???


You must be on a better quality lens than me. Mine are great for me as I don't wear them all day every day.
Edited by: "chodu666" 15th Aug 2018
jamesturner28078312 h, 15 m ago

You do realise £15 gets you the most basic contact lense available. No …You do realise £15 gets you the most basic contact lense available. No good after 8 hours. They don't let your eyes breathe mush healthier to go for a better one. Specssavers normally advise against the bottom range lense


Luckily I only wear mine for 6-8 hours a day and am more than happy to wear my glasses once I'm home.

Back to the comparison to the original post, I'd be confident in saying that my contact lenses can't be any worse than these unbranded online cheapies. At this price point of circa £15. I think at this price they're all ones that have a restricted amount of oxygen going thru the lens.
Edited by: "chodu666" 15th Aug 2018
ss663314th Aug

contact lenses caused my cornea to ulcerate - even with the best make of …contact lenses caused my cornea to ulcerate - even with the best make of lenses. Avoid if you can!


Same to me even I tried best lenses
Mihir9515/08/2018 10:26

My acuvue moist toric lens costs £40 for 30 pairs :/


I'm paying £45 for Acuvue daily lenses, although I have astigmatism, so they told me i need special contacts which cost extra. I really need to check with Specsavers, VisionExpress etc because I went to Scrivens only and this is the first time after countless eye tests I've been told I have astigmatism at the age of 28.
Edited by: "hasj2" 16th Aug 2018
hasj21 h, 30 m ago

I'm paying £45 for Acuvue daily lenses, although I have astigmatism, so …I'm paying £45 for Acuvue daily lenses, although I have astigmatism, so they told me i need special contacts which cost extra. I really need to check with Specsavers, VisionExpress etc because I went to Scrivens only and this is the first time after countless eye tests I've been told I have astigmatism at the age of 28.


I got my first eye tested when I east 18 and I had -0.25 and -0.75 and that time optician told me I have rugby ball eye shape and have astigmatism. then afer 4 years (now) it increased to -0.75 and -1 so I was like let me get contacts so I got trial and then bought my acuvue moist toric 30 days for £40
Age doesn't matter for astigmatism. Daily toric are more expensive try monthly contact lenses they are a bit cheaper but you have to clean them and take care of it
Edited by: "Mihir95" 16th Aug 2018
chodu66615/08/2018 18:16

I get that, but my point was that for an extra 2.62 a get a fully …I get that, but my point was that for an extra 2.62 a get a fully inclusive eyecare package. I dont pay any extra for my annual eyetest, my annual contact lens checkup. And i get a free pair of glasses up to £45. I feel I get very good value for money and am happy to support my local store which happens to be run by two very friendly local partners.


I got all that, but I was quoting your opening line, "I cant understand why people buy online" and cited a reason.

That aside, apart from the free pair of glasses up to £45, I dont see what the wife misses out on. She has her annual eye-tests for glasses & contacts done by a local independent optician who she's used for years. The only real difference being she chooses to buy her daily disposables online instead, and save money in the process.

I suppose her shout would be "I cant understand why people dont buy online" Lol, each to their own. The bottom line being as long as you are happy with your eyes, regardless of what route you go down, that's all that really matters.

Her eyesight must be tip top, she misses nothing.
Arbk6616/08/2018 13:16

I got all that, but I was quoting your opening line, "I cant understand …I got all that, but I was quoting your opening line, "I cant understand why people buy online" and cited a reason. That aside, apart from the free pair of glasses up to £45, I dont see what the wife misses out on. She has her annual eye-tests for glasses & contacts done by a local independent optician who she's used for years. The only real difference being she chooses to buy her daily disposables online instead, and save money in the process. I suppose her shout would be "I cant understand why people dont buy online" Lol, each to their own. The bottom line being as long as you are happy with your eyes, regardless of what route you go down, that's all that really matters. Her eyesight must be tip top, she misses nothing.

That's fair, probably not the best opening line!

I guess what I meant was there is not always a saving buying online. Unless your wife's eye test and contacts check combined cost less than 31.44.

Most opticians charge more than that as far as I know.

So once again for me buying daily disposables online would cost me more than buying from specsavers if I total up everything.

However, I can see some contacts probably are cheaper online, but I feel the majority of contacts are pretty reasonably priced in the all inclusive packages with the major players on the high street.
Avoid lenses like these, Daysoft, etc. Made from Hydrogel, a material designed in the 1960's. Poor comfort, very poor oxygen transmissibility, high risk of problems, ulcers, etc.

If you value your eyes, look for lenses made from Silicone Hydrogel. Much better comfort, vastly improved oxygen transmissibility, many are UV protecting, much less risks to your eyes.

Pretty much all modern contact lenses (eg Coopervision, Acuvue, etc.) available at reputable opticians will be made from Silcone Hydrogel. Very good deals in Specsavers, Vision Express, etc. as mentioned above (also available affordably online).

As with everything, you get what you pay for...
Edited by: "baztek" 17th Aug 2018
chodu66623 h, 6 m ago

Unless your wife's eye test and contacts check combined cost less than …Unless your wife's eye test and contacts check combined cost less than 31.44. Most opticians charge more than that as far as I know.


Her eye care is free.
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