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Unique Lens Design Offers More Comfort
The healthiest option - enjoy a fresh pair of lenses every day
Helps block harmful UV rays*
The ultimate in contact lens convenience
Clearsight One Day - 90 Pack of Disposable Contact Lenses Whether you're a regular contact lens wearer, or just wear them for sports or special occasions, ClearSight 1 Day daily disposable contact lenses offer you the perfect combination of comfort, convenience & great vision. It all starts with a one-of-a-kind lens design that lets you enjoy a more comfortable lens wearing experience.
ClearSight 1 Day contacts are also incredibly convenient. Since you're wearing a new pair of lenses every time you put them on, you don't have to deal with all the cleaning & storage hassles of conventional contact lenses. There are no bulky, expensive solutions to buy, store or carry around.
One Year Supply = 8 Boxes (4 per eye)
Packaging: 90 Lenses per box
Manufacturer: Ocular Sciences
Lens Material: Ocufilcon B 48%
Please note: This product replaces Ultraflex 1 Day 90 pack & Biomedics 1 Day 90 pack.
ClearSight 1 Day contact lenses are made by CooperVision and are an ideal option for the regular contact lens wearer or for those who only need them for sports and special occasions. These lenses are very affordable and as a member of the Cooper Vision lens family, you can be confident that each pair of lenses are comfortable, easy to handle and will provide excellent visual performance. ClearSight 1 Day contact lenses are one-day disposable lenses that come in a 30 pack or a 90 pack, and are an optimal choice for eye health because there is no cleaning, maintenance or storage involved. Once you are done wearing them at the end of the day, you throw the lenses away and open a new pair the next. This helps keeps deposits like dust, pollen and dirt from accumulating on the lens, which can cause your eyes discomfort, and give you less than optimal vision.