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Has Anyone Had Problems With The Quality Of Contacts From 1 800 Contacts?From Optical Forum:
Has anyone had problems with the quality of contacts from 1 800 Contacts? I usually buy contacts from my doctor (Acuvue 2) but recently bought them from 1 800 Contacts because they are cheaper. I have been having slightly blurry vision since then occasionally and wonder if this has something to do with it. I haven't changed brands or brand of solution lately so don't think this is the case. I do work on computers alto but not sure if that is the problem or if it's just coincidental about the timing.
Answer: Yes I had a problem with the ones I bought from 1 800 contacts. Although my husband never has. They were the exact same brand and prescription I was used to but they appeared blurry to me.
What Happens If I Wear One A Day Contacts From 1 800 Contacts More Than One Day?From Optical Forum:
what happens if I wear one a day contacts from 1 800 contacts more than one day? okay, so I ran out of contacts for my left eye and I have work tomorrow and it probably takes 2 days to get more contacts. I always get the one a day daily contacts from 1-800 contacts. What would happen if I just use the same contact for 3 days?
Answer: 1 day contacts are designed for one day of use. If you have run out of contacts, get glasses. Glasses can me made while you wait in most optical. All contact lens users should have an updated pair of glasses as a back-up if they run out of contacts, or if their contacts start to irritate their eyes.
Does 1-800 Contacts Check To See If Your Prescription Is Up To Date?From Optical Forum:
does 1-800 CONTACTS check to see if your prescription is up to date? I need contacts now but I'm just barely overdue for an appointment. I always have the same prescription anyway so if I call 1-800 CONTACTS would they check to make sure or would they just deliver whatever prescription I asked for? Thanks!
Answer: They always check with the doctor or optical store to make sure your prescription is current.
Is 1-800-Contacts An Inexpensive And Safe Way To Buy Contact Lenses?From Other - Health Forum:
Is 1-800-contacts an inexpensive and safe way to buy contact lenses? I recently started to wear contact lenses and when I bought them from the doctor they were pretty expensive. When I spoke to a friend of mine, he said that 1-800-contacts was a better alternative for finding good contacts without it costing much. I want to know if anyone has bought their contacts from there and are they safe.
Answer: I hate to burst you're bubble, but 1-800-middle man does the exact same thing any eye doctor does and all the eye doctors I know (including me) set their prices purposefully at or below their levels. Be careful, trust your doctor, not a company that has absolutely NO!!! liability.
What'S The Best And Cheapest Way To Refill A Contact Lens Prescription?From Optical Forum:
What's the best and cheapest way to refill a contact lens prescription? 1-800-CONTACTS?
Answer: Yes, contacts.com is a great one to use. They are pretty cheap there, and they ship super fast. Also, if you find your contacts cheaper on another site, contacts.com will beat that price by 2%, if you can provide them with the link to the site that had the lower price. They have excellent customer service too.
How Long Does It Take For 1-800-Contacts To Ship? ?From Optical Forum:
How long does it take for 1-800-Contacts to ship? ? I am thinking of ordering my contacts via that route when I have my eye exam next week. But I don't know which is quicker - having the eye doctor order them from their source or having 1-800-Contacts do it. Has anyone else used them? How long did it take? I need them ASAP, all of a sudden my sight has failed so quickly that I have horrid headaches...
Answer: ask your doctor but I think the 1-800-contacts work faster it usually takes 2-5 days it's more 2-3 but my friend's took 5 days(she's almost blind!) ya so it's up to your doctor!
What Is The Best Website To Buy Contacts?From Other - Health Forum:
What is the best website to buy contacts? I have ordered from 1-800-contacts, although I have heard there are better websites to order contacts from. Can anyone help me out?
Answer: I haven't had a need to go elsewhere. What are you looking for? They have fast shipping and carry anything you could want, i.e. colors, lens type, price, etc. I don't think you can find anything better. If you just type in contact lens in address browser, you may find other distribute rs. Good luck!
Is It Less To Order My Contacts On Vision direct Or From Walmart?From Optical Forum:
Is it less to order my contacts on vision direct or from Walmart? My eye doctor is at Wilmar. They do all of their ordering through 1-800-contacts so I guess I could just do that myself, but probably a lot easier to just call my eye doctor. I've had some trouble with quality control at vision direct. They kept a bunch of recalled lenses and somehow mixed them in with new lots so had to send letters warning everyone. Not sure I want to switch as I'm used to ordering there. Which is best for quality, price, and service?
Answer: Ordering on line is definitely the easiest way in my personal opinion. However your eye doctor can give you valuable information that a website can't in such depth. Some good sites to order on line from are: clecontactlenses.com 1800contacts.com lens.com
How Do You Order A Current Prescription For Contacts Without Having To Go To A Doc?From Other - Health Forum:
How do you order a current prescription for contacts without having to go to a doc? I don't think my eyes have changed- I still have the same glasses but I wanted to get more contacts at my prescription from a year and a half ago. I had ordered everything through my doc and through 1-800 contacts and now I just want to refill but they tell me my prescription has run out and I have to get an eye exam. I just want the contacts at my current prescription. Thanks!
Answer: You have to get another eye exam and get a prescription. The prescriptions expire after 1 year, because you're supposed to get an eye exam yearly. Sorry, I know it sucks!
What Is The Difference Between Anaphoric And Spherical Contact Lenses?From Optical Forum:
What is the difference between anaphoric and spherical contact lenses? The only thing I can see is that anaphoric lenses are about $20 more on 1-800-CONTACTS. why? What makes them better than spherical contact lenses?
Answer: Well, depending upon your Rx, they may allow you to see better in the peripheral zones of the contact. Spherical contacts have a certain amount of Spherical Abbe ration (bluriness off on the sides) while Anaphoric contacts are cut in such a way as to reduce this blurriness. The greater the Rx the more blurriness you get and so an Anaphoric contact will help with that. Anaphoric contacts also help "mask" astigmatism. If you have some, but not a great deal, of astigmatism then using this type of contact instead of a Doric (a contact that purposely corrects for astigmatism) is actually cheaper.
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