Disposable Contact Lenses in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... to see me in glasses, I think I got put down so much when I got them they just make me feel completly ugly now. That was a ... more
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Customer Disposable Contact Lenses in General Reviews (32)
by - written on 04/12/00, updated on 11/10/03 (Very useful, 196 readings)
I am slightly short sighted and need to wear glasses for reading, watching TV, driving and basically whenever I want to see things clearly! As a result, I pretty much wear them all of the time as I find that I get a headache due to eyestrain if I have not wearing them for longer than an hour or so. However, recently I decided to try contact lenses as I was sick of not being able to see across the bar in the pub without my specs and getting a headache after a while (well I suppose the headache may be due to the loud music and alcohol!). So I visited Optical Express as they were doing a free contact lens trial at the time. After an eyetest which I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/12 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I remember when I had to start wearing glasses, I was around 9 or 10. I hated them. I only really needed them to see the blackboard/whiteboard at the time but I was so self concious that 2 weeks on in parents evening when my parents mentioned my glasses the teacher had no idea what they were talking about! Thing is I was brought up with cartoons where the geeks wear glasses and get called "four eyes". I eventually wore them more often without caring as much but as I became a teenager I hated them. Standing in the rain waiting for a bus was ridiculous as i had to keep wiping my glasses every 2 seconds, walking into a building when it was winter they would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/12 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I will never forget the day I was told I would need to wear glasses, I was about 9 or 10 and thought it was the end of the world! From this day on I begged and pleaded with various opticians to give me contact lenses and they all said the same - "when you're 13". As a child that seemed like a lifetime away and the day of my 13th birthday off I went for my lenses and was the happiest teenager ever. I think these little things changed my whole teenage years for the better. Not only were glasses not a fashion statement then (even though it's not that long ago), but for my lifestyle they just mad my life much easier but I will go into that a bit later. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/12 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I have been wearing glasses for a couple of years now and I have become increasingly self conscious about this. I am not worried about the vanity side of things as such more that I am not really supposed to advertise products that my company does not sell while at work and this means that I do not have 'branded' glasses any more for work and therefore was prompted to try contact lenses. I had my contact lens assessment at the same place that I received my glasses from, Specsavers. This was a meeting with my optician that lasted around 40 minutes and then meant that I was talked through contact lens options as well as asked a number of questions and I even had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/11 (Very useful, 66 readings)
***Thanks Dad*** As I'm sure you're all aware, we inherit the majority of our personality traits and physical features from our parents. My Dad was particularly generous with his genetic contribution and from him I not only recieved ugly feet and what I think of as a great sense of humour but also rediculously bad eyesight! At the age of 11, after complaining to my parents that I couldn't see the blackboard at school they took me to the optitans for an eye test and I was told I needed glasses. With a prescription of -2.50 my eyesight was pretty poor! So I got my first pair of glasses but my Dad wouldn't let me get a nice funky designer pair like I wanted ... Read the complete review
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