32 Sets of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses £12.98 delivered @ Daysoft
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32 Sets of Daily Disposable Contact Lenses £12.98 delivered @ Daysoft

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Found 5th Mar 2017
This is not a "deal" as such, this is their normal price for a months supply of lenses. I'm only posting it because some may not have heard of them before and it hasn't been posted for a long time.

You will get 32 sets of daily disposable lenses delivered for £12.98.

Much cheaper than other lens retailers and definitely cheaper than opticians prices.

I have been using Daysoft for years. Their service is excellent, and I find the lenses comfortable to wear but it's each to their own with contact lenses.

They also offer a money back guarantee. As long as you don't use more than 7 sets, return them for a for a full refund.
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Used them for years - stupidly, even after they changed their solution's formula which left me with 2 ulcers on my eye. Stopped using them a couple of months back when they recalled a batch with no explanation - turns out the solution pH was well out, causing burning/irritation of the eye.
Cheap, but ultimately haphazard & deceitful company. Can't put a price on your eyes!
hi Ive been using them for years now but I thinkas well they went down. Any advice for other ones with cheaper prices the high street please?
Specsavers Tearium lenses are only £16 a month, which is not much dearer once you factor in a 12 monthly eye check which you'd have to pay for anyway. I used them for years until I decided to upgrade to silicone hydrogel as I wear them all day, every day.
Been using these guys for years. Recommended. Had a dodgy batch a year or so ago, lenses kept tearing (I expect the odd one now and then but this batch was bad). I told them about it and they replaced the batch. Wasn't an issue. Not had any problems since.
I had problems with defective lenses from these, hurt when you put them in. Don't skimp on this kind of thing.
Electrostatic

Specsavers Tearium lenses are only £16 a month, which is not much dearer … Specsavers Tearium lenses are only £16 a month, which is not much dearer once you factor in a 12 monthly eye check which you'd have to pay for anyway. I used them for years until I decided to upgrade to silicone hydrogel as I wear them all day, every day.



​silicon hydrogel? any other info please, like how much it cost? where from? I wear my lenses all day every day like yourself only take them out before bed
Been using daysoft lenses for about 8 years or so and never had an issue. Comfortable daily disposables at a great price, I'd definitely recommend them!
Used these guys for a number of years and had issues with batches of dodgy contact lenses, didn't risk again. I'd recommend using Monthlies if your considering wearing them the majority of a month. Dailies can end up costing quite a bit if you wear them regularly. Silicone Hydrogel materials are the best from what I know.
Electrostatic

Specsavers Tearium lenses are only £16 a month, which is not much dearer … Specsavers Tearium lenses are only £16 a month, which is not much dearer once you factor in a 12 monthly eye check which you'd have to pay for anyway. I used them for years until I decided to upgrade to silicone hydrogel as I wear them all day, every day.




I'm with spec savers. i think i pay £30 a month and every 3 months i recieve 3 x 1 monthly lenses. as you say, you get the eye check but also ive stuck with them as if ive lost one or ran out i can just call in and they'll always give me a couple spares free of charge. very good service.
iliketodeal

Been using daysoft lenses for about 8 years or so and never had an issue. … Been using daysoft lenses for about 8 years or so and never had an issue. Comfortable daily disposables at a great price, I'd definitely recommend them!



Yep, me too. Been using them for 8/9 years and had no issues.

They did introduce 'Daysoft Silk' a few years ago which I tried and had issues with, went back to 'Daysoft Classic' and no issues whatsoever.

There's been times that a delivery has got lost in the post etc, I send them an email and they send me another batch with priority mail, can't fault the customer service.


Edited by: "gsj87" 5th Mar 2017
gsj87

Yep, me too. Been using them for 8/9 years and had no issues. They did … Yep, me too. Been using them for 8/9 years and had no issues. They did introduce 'Daysoft Silk' a few years ago which I tried and had issues with, went back to 'Daysoft Classic' and no issues whatsoever. There's been times that a delivery has got lost in the post etc, I send them an email and they send me another batch with priority mail, can't fault the customer service.


Agreed.. their customer service is excellent
the silk ones burn
iliketodeal

Agreed.. their customer service is excellent



​Hmmm, try getting a straight answer from them though, such as "how did you manage to release batches of lenses with incorrect pH if you conduct stringent tests?"...
Used to be a strong believer in these but have now moved on to a different brand. Comfort-wise they were pretty much equal to start with but I found these tended to make my eyes feel dry sooner.
I always use Feel Good Contacts. £26 delivered for a three month supply of lenses (monthlies). Fabulous customer service and speedy delivery in the four years I've been using them.

Plus, Specsavers allow a free trial of their lenses every 12 months, so I use them to check over my eyes for free. Winner!
feel good are cheap

as are lenson esp for bulk orders

vision direct also

I also use lenstore.co.uk/req…ent too as you get free sight test and contact lenses aftercare from vision express if you buy lenses on line with them

wearing toric dailies means mine cost a bit more so i shop around and stock up with whoevers cheapest
Edited by: "mrwhitelabel" 22nd Mar 2017
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