Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde (6 lenses)
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Details of Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde (6 lenses)
Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde are spherical monthly contact lenses from Alcon. They are the first and only contacts using the HydraGlyde Moisture Matrix technology which ensures that the lens surface stays hydrated throughout the day. The contacts guarantee 5 times higher oxygen permeability than other hydrogel contact lenses and their unique SmartShield technology protects them from getting damaged and resists lipid deposits. A big advantage of the Air Optix Plus HydraGlyde contacts is the fact that they can be occasionally worn continuously, day and night, for up to 6 days, they retain moist and are resistant to lipid deposits. Users of the Air Optix Aqua contacts can start using the new Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde lenses without a new prescription.
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|Expiration:||At least 11 months|
|Lenses in a box:||6|
|Water content:||33 %|
|Oxygen transmissibility:||138 Dk/t|
|Easy handling tint:||No|
|Power:||from -12.0 to +8.0|
|Elastic modulus:||1.0 MPa|
|Center thickness:||0.08 mm|
|Category:||Monthly Contact Lenses|
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Comments about Air Optix Plus Hydraglyde (6 lenses) Add a question
Why won't all lenses come in different diameTee I use 13.8dia. I am forced to only use air optix night and day when I never use it at night
Because this is how the manufacturers produce them. Unfortunately, some of them are standard. Here you can find all the lenses with 13.8:
Maybe you can ask your doctor if you can choose a bigger diameter. For example, with Dia 14, you have many options and the difference is not that big: