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Order daily contact lenses online

So, you want to order some Contacts? Great choice. Here are some important things to bear in mind.

Get a contact lens prescription

You’ll need an existing contact lens prescription if you want to shop our Contacts.

Warning: that’s not the same as a glasses prescription — you won’t be able to see well if you use the wrong one, so please don’t try it.

Have a contact lens prescription that’s less than 12 months old? Jump ahead and order*, or keep reading below for more details.

Understanding your contact lens prescription

Contact lens prescriptions look a lot like glasses prescriptions — we guess that’s why people assume they’re interchangeable — but there are a couple of key details that make a big difference.

Knowing your “Base Curve” and “Diameter” measurements is really important for getting the right shape lens for your eye.

Base Curve — the depth of the curve of the lens. Too tight and it squeezes the surface of your eye. Too loose and it won’t sit nicely.

Diameter — the overall size of the lens, which ensures it completely covers the cornea and provides a good fit.

Our Contacts have a Base Curve of 8.4mm — this is a middle-ground measurement that fits a broad range of lens wearers (comparable with Acuvue 1-Day Moist lenses with Base Curve 8.5mm). The diameter of our Contacts is 14.2mm.

If you have a Cylinder measurement in your prescription, you might need toric lenses for astigmatism. We don’t sell those yet, but our lenses are so good that they mask astigmatism up to -0.75 Cylinder, so why not try them anyway?

Try them for (almost) free

Order your trial pack* for and we’ll reimburse your first order with a gift code of the same value, to use towards a 30-day pack — that’s how confident we are that you’ll like them.

Already had your trial? One 30-day pack costs — or for a 30-day supply for each eye. Use your gift code and pay just £32 for your first order.

*Reminder — if you’re ordering a trial pack for the first time, we strongly advise that you visit a registered contact lens Optician for your initial fitting. Our Contacts are recommended for use by experienced daily contact lens wearers, with a valid prescription less than 12 months old.

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