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Johnson & Johnson 1-Day Acuvue Moist (30-pack)

Johnson & Johnson 1-Day Acuvue Moist (30-pack)

  • Price/unit: 0.37 £/unit
  • Wearing time: Day
  • Type: Progressive, Spherical, Multifocal
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3.9 / 5
(7 reviews)
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2 years ago
Stays law for longer than 12 hours and gives a nice feeling to the eyes of no matter of surrounding. Little bit overpriced comparing to other lenses in same class. Markings 123 makes it hard to put on correctly without some light source.

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4 years ago*
Did not fit my needs. Took too much. Larger lens than Dailies Aqua Comfort plus. But how a lens feels is very individual. Does not mean that the lens is bad because it does not suit me.
*Edited 4 years

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6 years ago*
very comfortable daily disposable lenses!
*Edited 6 years

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7 years ago*
Have always used the Ciba / Vision Dailies Aqua comfort plus, but happened to order these by mistake. immediately noticed that this lens is thinner and easier to fold over on the other side when you hold it in your hand. A bit more difficult to handle than the Ciba / Vision, BUT when I did a test and had the "Dailies" in one eye and "Moist" in the other eye for a whole day, I noticed the difference. When Dailies started to get a little dry in the longer of the evening was Moist still nice and soft. Has also happened to go to bed with it and woke up the day after and the lens has almost been ok, which always was a disaster with the dailies with a gravel and again stuck eyes. So I recommend this daily disposable contact lens as the best I've used. A little more difficult to handle but a joy to wear.
*Edited 7 years

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8 years ago*
I have always had problems with dry eyes of lenses, and the problem I do not see the smoke of these lenses. Can easily wear them all day without any irritation or problems, even when I sit and stare into a screen. But there are a variety minus with Acuvue Moist, and it is its high failrate. If I buy a 90-pack, I expect to throw 10-15 lenses. Right out of the box (I always wash your hands and then rinse your fingers before I take up the lens itself from the plastic packaging) so they can be completely unusable. I have no explanation why, but it is not due to debris on the fingers or eye problems, because the next lens can sit how nicely anywhere. I have been involved in a half carton had similar problems. Does not matter if I change the eye, the lens rubbing and sometimes directly hurt. The lenses also have the ability to fold in half and then is practically impossible to get up unscathed, because they are so thin and flimsy. Then it's just throwing a whole new lens and take up a new one. In other words, this is an extremely expensive lens. The rating is therefore a middle ground. When it works, the lens is without a doubt the best I've ever used, but having to discard as many lenses per box is very economical, and it makes the price per lens rises sharply (on an already expensive lens).
*Edited 8 years

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9 years ago*
Very comfortable and relatively easy to handle. In addition, very cheap Q lens.com who are not on-hunting. Than ...
*Edited 9 years

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10 years ago*
Johnson & Johnson, I've always thought made the best lenses and especially this Moist variant. They are a bit more expensive but worth the money. But even I'm stingy and wont usually use SofLens daily disposable that sits just as good, handles well and cost about half the price. But when I want to get clearer UV-protected sight on weekends and holidays so I choose this. This is also better than the new more expensive TruEye.
*Edited 10 years

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