Written on: 04/07/2004 by vosveritas
They seem to be slightly better at not getting pasty and sticky at the end of the day.
HOWEVER, it seems that Proclear tried to save some extra bucks at the espense of quality of the contact lenses.
1. The contacts are smaller. About the size of the first Acuvue. That is, smaller than Baush and Lomb and Acuvue 2's. This makes it much harder to get them out of your eye. They annoyed pissed me!! Especially when you've now waisted $80 on a box of 6 lenses.
2. The proclears also have no markings on them to tell you if they're inside out or not. You have to look and guess with all the bowl or plate the doctors talk about. There should be 123 or B&L or something printed on them.
In Summery, Proclear Contact lenses help out a little with dry/pasty feelings at the end of the day.
BUT they're smaller B&L or Acuvue2, more difficult to get out of your eye, and have no markings to indicate if it is inside out or not.
I would say pass on it!!!
First try those eye drops for contact lense dryness. Then get a try out pair from your eye doctor. If he doesn't give them out, go to a better one that does.
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