Daily contact lenses are a great choice for anyone with an active life style, for occasional contact lens wearers and those new to contact lenses. Focus Dailies All Day Comfort are particularly suited to contact lens wearers who have dry eyes as contain a built in moisturiser that is blink activated, each blink releases a small amount of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) from the lens surface to the eye this helps to stabilise the tear film and moisturise the eye for all day comfort.
Focus Dailies All Day Comfort contains Ciba Visions patented lightStream technology creating an ionic surface which helps prevent build up of protein, helping the contact lenses remain fresh and clear throughout the day. The materials Nelfilcon A with added PVA and a high water content of 69% allows plenty of oxygen to get through to your eyes. When you take in their reasonable cost of just of under £1.00 per pair per day it's no surprise why these lenses are popular with both Optometrists and contact lens wearers.
Focus Dailies All Day Comfort with Aqua release are a healthy simple solution for contact lens wearers, there is no cleaning, rinsing, disinfecting or storing of the lens, you simply wear fresh new lenses every day. they are also a great solution for sports men and women who prefer to wear glasses but want the convenience of contact lenses whilst participating in their favourite sport.
Enter your current contacts into the 'Switch & Save Widget' and find out.
No, Focus Dailies All Day Comfort is not a silicone hydrogel contact lens. Nelfilcon A with added PVA and a high water content of 69% allowing plenty of oxygen to get through, plus the addition of Ciba Visions lightStream technology makes All Day Comfort help reduce dry eyes, meaning they are a great option for contact lens wearers who don't get on with Silicone hydrogel contact lenses or who are looking for a cheaper alternative.
Focus Dailies All Day Comfort are designed to be worn once then disposed of, because you are wearing a fresh, new lens everyday you can wear daily disposable contact lenses up to 14-16 hours per day.
Each box contains 30 lenses so you will need 2 boxes for 30 days wear.
No, although they are a lot cheaper than Acuvue daily contact lenses they are not the cheapest daily contact lenses, if you are looking for a cheap affordable daily contact lens then check out our Crystal contact lens range they come in as little as £13.99 per month and that's for 2 boxes of 30, so that's just 46.6p per day.
Manufacturer: Alcon/Ciba Vision
Wearing Type: Daily Disposable Contact Lenses
Power Range: +0.50 to +6.00 and -0.50 to -10.00
Base Curve(s): 8.6
Lens Material: Nelfilcon A (with added PVA)
Water Content: 69%
Oxygen Permeability: 26 Dt/k
Handling Tint: Yes - Blue Visitint
UVA/UVB Protection: No
Quantity per box: 30 Contact lenses per box
Availability: 100% availability
Although I absolutely love the lenses, and have used them for years,my problem is occasionally you get a,batch with so much glue on the lids that by the time you battle to remove them, the lens is useless. I have just had yet another batch where six lenses have been consigned to the bin. I have re ordered another batch, and if these are the same, I will be rethinking my next order.
I got both the Focus Daily Toric, and regular Focus Dailies for my other eye. They are now in the trash bin, as I just spent an hour fishing uncomfortably scrapey ripped pieces of a contact lens out of my eye - for the second time.
First time, the standard lens ripped into 3 pieces. This time, it was toric, down the middle - so I guess it *is* the brand, not the model problem. Both times, it took a long time to get the pieces out and it hurt. Back to Acuvue.
The convenience of purchasing my contact lenses online like this is great. Honestly, my Rx expired over a year ago, but my eyesight/vision has not really changed. I didn't want to get the costly eye exam. This site helps me save money and do away with the hassle of seeing an optometrist yearly.
I have been messing with contact lenses for a year or so as I have only a mild prescription for presbyopia so I use only a lens in one eye (either) for outdoor distance and sport, which works fine for me. I have used these Focus dailies and they are good, maybe prefer them to crystal dailies which are half the price and now available at -.75, but not sure so there can't be much in it. Crystal go in easilly but maybe not quite so comfortable. I know I prefer them to Bosch and Laum Softlenses which I struggle to get in and keep in as they seem "just too soft" but I guess there's a hint in the name.
I wear these like there's no tomorrow and they never let me down. I occasionally 'treat' myself to Acuvue Moist or other more expensive brands, but find them only marginally better than Focus. Recommended, and worth the extra vs Crystal, unless you are really up against it financially. I tried to save money that way but my quality of sight was so much worse, I definitely think it was a false economy.
Have used these lenses for some time and have never had a problem at all. I wear the lenses for lengthy periods of time and also live in a very dry environment (up a mountain for half the year) and still find these lenses very comfortable for all day wear. Great value
I have worn contacts everyday for years (acuvue) without any problems. A relative recommended this site and I decided to try the Focus Dailies. I have worn them 3 times (not consecutive days) and each time I have had to take them out as they end up uncomfortable and if I am not quick enough it leads to a migraine. The packaging and ease of use are fine, hence 2 stars but for wearability I must give a zero. I cannot overall recommend these and am throwing out the box as I cannot take the risk of a migraine. :-(
I get the feeling different contact lenses are comfortable for different people, dont assume one well reviewed lens will be for you. however I tried a few different lenses from specsavers, then acuvue, nothing was comfortable and they all seemed to dry quickly. these have been the easiest to put in, the most comfortable and have stayed moist for longer, although I still need to use eye drops after 5-6 hours, Im guessing thats just all me.
I have been using these lenses for about a year. I can say from personal experience they are excellent lenses for the money. After wearing them for 12 hours my eyes start to get a bit dry, but for going out, working jobs and busy activities these are by far the best value lenses you can get.
This is the 2nd time I've ordered from the site and I've been very impressed both times. Delivery was free so I wasn't expecting my order to turn up very quickly, however it's turned up within 1-2 days on both occasions, even during the week between Christmas and New Year.
These lenses are also a good price considering I was paying a lot more for them via a high street opticians. Highly recommended!
I've been using Focus Dailies for over 5 years, after using Boots own brand. I wear them literally every day, and have not once had them 'break' in my eye - so I've no idea what the people who reckon they break are doing with them? Maybe they need to be a bit more careful when removing them?
I wear them from 7am till at least 11pm every day (and have regular eye checks) and rarely feel dry, or uncomfortable (only on the occasions when playing an Xbox for a prolonged period of time, when I forget to blink!!)
I've no idea why anyone would pay more when these do the job so well.
I tried others as well, like the Proclear and Acuvue 1 day lenses but I found the Focus Dailies the most suitable for me. There might be some reasons for what different people feel good with different lenses, personally I didn't have any bad experiences with any of them, like breaking in my eyes, as I read happened to few people.
The service, from ordering to delivery is 5 stars as well.