The latest generation of Acuvue daily contact lenses is the 1-DAY ACUVUE TruEye. This advanced lens combines the benefits of more oxygen transmission (98%) with the highest UV protection (96% of UVA and 100% UVB blocked) to bring you a contact lens that can be worn comfortably and safely each day and then be thrown away.
The TruEye contact lens is a world first for incorporating a new generation silicone into a daily lens, the result is a contact lens that lets almost 100% of the oxygen in the air to your eye. 1 Day Acuvue TruEye also has a high volume of moisture rich wetting agent embedded in the lens, making the lens ultra smooth for all day comfort.
1-DAY ACUVUE TruEye also have a visibility tint for ease of handling and a `123` indicator for ease of insertion.
A great replacement for 1 Day Acuvue Trueye - but 2/3 cheaper. We have had 1000's of customers successfully change between 1 Day Acuvue Trueye and Crystal Aqua Daily.
|Daily Lenses||Cost Per Month||Cost Per Year||Switch to Crystal Aqua and SAVE|
|1 Day Acuvue Trueye||£47.98/30 pairs||£575.76|
|£239.76 EVERY YEAR!|
Switch to Crystal Air Silicone Daily Lenses and SAVE!
Each box contains 30 daily disposable soft contacts in buffered saline solution. 46% polymer (Narafilcon A or Narafilcon B) 52% Water.
I would definately order the acuvue trueye lenses if they were available in + are there any plans to product them in the plus prescription?
Contactlenses.co.uk Reply - Extending the product range is up to the manufacturer (JOhnson & Johnson), so far they have not indicated that any extension of the range is imminent.
Hi I have been wearing acuvue moist for the last 12 months which are a really good soft lens and are comfortable. how ever I am always looking for the next generation of lenses to which I came across daily acuvue truEye lenses which are a new silicon type of lense with a higher air and water percentage unfortunately they are only available in the minus powers where I am in the + power.
is there any reason why they don`t cover both minus and positive powers??