DAILIES AquaComfort Plus Multifocal (90 lenses)
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Details of DAILIES AquaComfort Plus Multifocal (90 lenses)
DAILIES AquaComfort Plus Multifocal contact lenses for presbyopia have a unique Precision Profile design which offers accurate vision, and effective and nourishing blink-activated moisture release. They stabilise the tear film for focal sharpness and have three zones that enable acuity at near, intermediate and far distances.
Most often sold with eye drops Optive 10 ml.
This is a medical device. Read instructions before use.
|Expiration:||At least 35 months|
|Lenses in a box:||90|
|Water content:||69 %|
|Oxygen transmissibility:||26 Dk/t|
|Easy handling tint:||Yes|
|Add:||Low to +1.25, Medium from +1.50 to +2.00, High from +2.25 to +2.50|
|Power:||from -10.0 to +6.0|
|Elastic modulus:||0.89 MPa|
|Center thickness:||0.10 mm|
|Category:||Daily Contact Lenses|
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Comments about DAILIES AquaComfort Plus Multifocal (90 lenses) Add a question
My prescription is -3.25 + 2.5 on the multifocal Dailies Aqua Comfort Plus daily lenses, but on your site it only mentions low, medium or high on the + range. How do I select?
I believe those parameters you have there are for the power (dioptres). For
multifocals you also need the Add (HIGH, MID, LOW) and it depends on your
Best regards, Fabrizio
I am interested in these lenses but need 3 months supply for both eyes.Is the 90 for both eyes and how many days are they for.
Hi, You can order 2 boxes of 90 lenses that way you will have
90 lenses for each eye and can last you 90 days (3 months). Thanks.
Thank you for this inquiry. I would recommend you to stick to the brand of
lenses that your eye care specialist has written on your prescription. The
difference is not very big, but only a specialist who has looked at your eyes
can estimate if they would suit you or not. Lenses with a larger base curve than
the one recommended to you may fall out of your eyes. Also, lenses are made of
different materials and not all of them are tolerated by everyone.
I hope my reply clarified your inquiry. :)