Contact Lenses

Below you can find all brands of Contact Lenses for which we have manuals available. Click on your brand for a list of all models. Also view the frequenty asked questions at the bottom of the page for useful tips about your product. Is your brand not on the list? Please contact us.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Can I keep my contact lenses in regular tap water? Verified
No, absolutely not. Tap water may contain bacteria that may cause infections. Always keep them in designated contact lens solution.

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What is the difference between hard and soft contact lenses? Verified
There are older en newer hard lenses. The older lenses were made from PMMA and did not let oxygen through properly. This made eyes more tired and irritated. Newer hard lenses don't have this problem anymore. They are less comfortable and more expensive than soft lenses, but last longer. Soft lenses are used the most nowadays. They are cheaper and more comfortable. However they also get dirty easier and can be harder to use.

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