SpecSavers Aspheric Monthly Contact Lenses Reviews
Description:Lens Type: Monthly Disposable
Newest Review: ... all-night' ones but the optician said I needed these first as it's a big step to go from not wearing contacts at all to ... more
Customer SpecSavers Aspheric Monthly Contact Lenses Reviews (25)
by - written on 23/12/02, updated on 23/12/02 (Very useful, 1783 readings)
For those of you who don't already know, I am blind. Not in the literal sense, because then I most likely wouldn?t be reading and rating your opinions! No, what I mean is that I'm short sighted. I found this out at the age of 12 when I started secondary school, which didn't particularly bother me; in fact the thought of getting glasses excited me, because I thought they were fashionable. It's only when I started getting a few comments about them being nerdy or the odd ?four eyes? getting shouted at me that I began to feel unhappy. I then plagued my dad to let me have contact lenses, but he said I was too young and that I couldn't have them until I was Read the complete review
by - written on 17/06/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
After deciding it would be cheaper for me to buy monthly lenses than everyday I faced a problem. In the course of three months, you only get three sets of lenses. I am quite a clumsy person and regularly faced the problem of forgetting to use the solution given with the lenses. What you have to do is everynight, take out the lenses and place them in the caskets marked L and R, they need to be a specific way round in the casket so that when you put them back in your eye they are the right way round. This was the first problem I faced, the lenses would never sit properly in the case and mostly just fell out into the solution or the casket door would come open. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/11 (Very useful, 228 readings)
I have been wearing contact lenses for all of my adult life and started wearing them in high school so I've tried all sorts of lenses and solutions. I recently decided I needed a change from my usual opticians and lenses as I found the customer service to be lacking and also their supplied lenses had started to irritate my eyes. I initially went to Vision Express for my general eye test and when I enquired about contact lenses was told they'd be in excess of £300 a year. I then decided to go to Specsavers for a contact lens appointment as they have branches near me and I had heard that they charged a reasonable price for lenses. There are actually five branches within ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/10/10, updated on 05/10/10 (Very useful, 367 readings)
I've been wearing contact lenses for years, I think the first time I tried them I was eighteen and I'm still using them now sixteen years later. Obviously I've swapped and changed brands plenty of times over the years, and at the moment am using Specsavers soft monthly lenses. I'm not very happy with them, I'll get that out in the open straight away. They are uncomfortable after I've been wearing them for a few hours and if I go into a smoky atmosphere then the smoke seems to wind its way behind my lenses and irritates my eyes like nobody's business! These lenses cost £10 per month; for that I'll receive a package through the post at three monthly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/08/09, updated on 09/08/09 (Very useful, 452 readings)
I have been short sighted ever since I was younger, and it is something I really hate. I wore glasses for years, but because I hated wearing them, I would often walk around during the day, barely being able to see! When I reached 18 I decided it was time to invest in contact lenses, and I have never regretted it since. I have been with Specsavers since I was younger so naturally my choice was to go to Specsavers for my lenses. I discovered that you got a 2 week free trial of the lenses, which was a relief as I wasn't sure if I would like wearing them! I had to book a contact lens assessment, different from an eye test but quite similar in that it involves ... Read the complete review
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