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Biofinity contact lens $78.5(possibly $62.8) per year @ WebEyeCare

Anti_slick 153 80 August 25, 2016 at 03:35 PM in Other (4) More Webeyecare.com Deals
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Last Edited by Anti_slick August 29, 2016 at 09:48 AM
4 box(1 year supply)
from webeyecare:
http://www.webeyecare.com/Biofini...fgod8Z4OSg

You can price match with 1800 contact to reduce the processing fee which I did, and got $62.8, also 1800contact known to be more reliable reseller. Do calculation and watch out when you price match via chatting, the person I chat with tried to trick me another $15 by saying there's a shipping fee. Remember to tell them this site also offer free shipping.

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#2
Ordered 10 boxes. It would have cost $479.90 on 1800contacts. Price matched and the order total was $192.33.
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Toric:

http://www.webeyecare.com/Biofini...oCdUfw_wcB

This is a Google Shopping campaign. You may find other lenses on sale by typing in the desired lens to Google Shopping. If you search the links directly on the webeyecare website you will not get these prices.
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never heard of this brand of contacts been using accuvue oaysis is there any difference ?
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Quote from anatoliy8 View Post :
never heard of this brand of contacts been using accuvue oaysis is there any difference ?
I get dry eyes if I'm wearing contacts and staring at a computer screen all day, the Biofinity Torics were the best at making my eyes less dry. There are newer lenses available though.

For most contact exams and fittings, you can try on as many trial pairs as you want. I'd recommend doing that as everyone's eyes are different, what works best for me, might not be the best for you.
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Just so everyone knows. Usually you have to order the brand of contacts that is the one on your script. Sometimes order won't go through if the brand you order doesn't match the brand you were given by your doctor.
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Quote from anatoliy8 View Post :
never heard of this brand of contacts been using accuvue oaysis is there any difference ?
I used to use acuvue oasis also, and then got switched to biofinity. I really liked the acuvue, but I think I like the biofinity better. If you aren't having any problems and the acuvue are comfortable for you then I probably wouldn't bother switching. At your next eye appointment though I'm sure the eye doctor would give you some biofinity trial lenses to test out if you wanted.
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I've been using these for the past two years. They are great for people who stare at the computer all day. I also surf and hike with them on.. I use to use BL contacts for 10 years, but I found these to be a ton better. Planing on renewing these YoY

Only bad thing is each pair lasts a month.. which isn't ideal for me because of all the action I put them through, but it's also not the worst thing. You just have to rinse them really good and after hiking or etc
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this is the cheapest ive seen this , thanks so much, been using this for 3 years now its amazing !

Any idea what's probably the expiry date on these ? i already have some looking to stock up
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Can't order. No dropdown for the BC; it reads only 8.6. I need 8.7
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Quote from travelking1 View Post :
Can't order. No dropdown for the BC; it reads only 8.6. I need 8.7
If you concern about fitting, it is absolutely ok to wear at +/- 0.1BC. in your prescription doctor prescribe your brand then followed by BC because of the brand, not your eyes. I've 8.8 and wearing 8.5 and still feel just fine, or actually even better. Anyway if it because of prescription that you afraid of, use photoshop to fix it Smilie
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Quote from travelking1 View Post :
Can't order. No dropdown for the BC; it reads only 8.6. I need 8.7
I used to wear 8.7 but wear 8.6. Check with your doc you may be just fine with 8.6
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Quote from anatoliy8 View Post :
never heard of this brand of contacts been using accuvue oaysis is there any difference ?
you mean never heard of any other brand beside acuvue? this is probably the 2nd most popular brand in contact lenses market
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I chat with them. 1800contacts won't waive the processing fees.
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Quote from travelking1 View Post :
Can't order. No dropdown for the BC; it reads only 8.6. I need 8.7
I m actually 8.7 but I've been wearing Acuevue Oasys with a bc of 8.8 comfortably for a few years now.
These biofinities seemed like solid contacts when I tried them before. For anyone wearing Oasys though : I'm now trying the newly released Acuvue Vita contacts.. They re just a tad more comfortable so far than the Oasys for me.. Particularly late in the day. Guess it might be their response to the Biofinity.
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