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Focus Dailies AquaComfort Plus contact lens free trial
Focus Dailies AquaComfort Plus contact lens free trial

Focus Dailies AquaComfort Plus contact lens free trial

Simply complete your details on the website and you will be given a page to print out and take to your local optician.

*fitting fees may apply* but I assume this is if you don't already have contact lenses.

Theres a maximum of 5 pairs of trial lenses per customer.

Open to UK and Eire only

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i've voted cold because it's not really free if you hafve to pay a fitting fee. I've worn contact lenses for ages but since i've moved to the UK the opticians always want to charge me a fitting fee when i already know everything i need to know about contact lenses so i will just wear my glasses. I'm not giving them my money for something that i already know.

zeus if you already know your prescription get some from here

]daysoft lenses

ive been wearing them for a few months now cuase i kept getting eye infections when wearing monthlies
at 4.99 per 32 (although you have to order 4 boxes (or 2 months worth) to get this price) they are really cheap and really comfortable.

i was recommended by some other members of the forum actually

Interesting, might give them daysoft a go, great price.

Currently wear monthly's myslef so may fancy a change. :thumbsup:

Also have a contact lense appiotment this Friday, so may give the voucher a go first

Also, tesco opticians charge a £10 fitting fee for new users, and i tried 5 different brands for free before giving up!, just for those thinking of giving contacts a try....

Thanks,guerilla just had a look at the daysoft ones,im using monthlies and my eyes get very dry think I`ll give these a go in couple of weeks when I need to replace,cheers:thumbsup:

Daysofts are great value, but also not nearly as nice as focus dailies (for example). Incidentally you can buy pretty much any lens without going to an optician - and usually more cheaply - from places like visiondirect. It is difficult to get truly free trials though, unfortunately.

I've switched from focus dailies to daysoft, I actually prefer daysoft!, so much easier to remove as they are thicker and for me just as comfortable, I usually wear mine for 12 hours and I dont have any issues, just ordered 4 months worth last week.

If you have a had a fitting in a certain timeframe, they won't charge you again, only if you go outside of their recommended period I think?

CorpJones;2835741

I've switched from focus dailies to daysoft, I actually prefer daysoft!, … I've switched from focus dailies to daysoft, I actually prefer daysoft!, so much easier to remove as they are thicker and for me just as comfortable, I usually wear mine for 12 hours and I dont have any issues, just ordered 4 months worth last week.



another vote for daysoft. i switched from focus dailies and daysoft are FAR more comfortable. the rounded edges are great, they don't "cut" intou your eye when you're putting them in as much.

Anyone know where I can get cheap daily toric lenses from?

Just went to use my free trail voucher at specsavers but they don't use them so couldn't do it.

guerilla;2833462

zeus if you already know your prescription get some from here ]daysoft … zeus if you already know your prescription get some from here ]daysoft lensesive been wearing them for a few months now cuase i kept getting eye infections when wearing monthliesat 4.99 per 32 (although you have to order 4 boxes (or 2 months worth) to get this price) they are really cheap and really comfortable.i was recommended by some other members of the forum actually



DONT!!! DAYSOFT ARE AWFUL COMPARED TO THE ONES ABOVE, THEY DRIED MY EYES AFTER A COUPLE OF HOURS, THE CIBA VISION ONES LAST ALL DAY.

I wear these, have worn focus dailies for years and had a free trial at Tesco opticians for the aquacomfort plus, and they are so comfortable. They are £32 for 30 pairs, and of course you get points too. I thoroughly recommend these lenses to anyone. Hope this helps someone xx
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