I've found these the most comfortable of several different lenses I've tried by different manufacturers. I only use them for sport (2-3 hours) and can take them out and reuse them several times if I'm careful. I've only ever had one break up in my eye so my advice is don't get put off by the outraged foaming-at-the-mouth 1 star reviews on here until you've tried them yourself.
I have been wearing soft contact lenses for over 20 years. Focus Dailies All day comfort contact lenses are the most comfortable and I have not experienced any no discomfort. Highly recommend these contact lenses and these are the most commonly prescribed by opticians.
I have been wearing and ordering Focus Dailies for the last 10+years. These contact lenses were highly recommended by my opticians(Specsavers). They are superb and very comfortable to wear all day without any dryness in the eyes. Highly recommend Focus dailies! Super efficient service from Contactlenses.co.uk as always!
The great added bonus is that orders are delivered to BFPO addresses.
SO glad to have finally discovered daily disposables that don't make eyes look "milky" and are comfortable, smooth & clear and easy to put in and take out. I tried the crystal cheaper ones but they would only last about 4 hours and feel gritty whereas these I have a job sometimes to remember to take them out, Good 10/12 hours wear really pleased. Definitely recommend for plus prescription.
As a first time user, I would say that the service is excellent (next day delivery) and well packaged. The lens, when fitted, are absolutely fine and very wearable with no tiredness in my eyes.
The reason these lens don't get 5 stars is because (as mentioned by other reviews) they are very thin and particular fiddly to fit, since anytime they catch eyelids on fitting, they snag or fold back - more than others I've tried, such as Acuvision. Extra time required to fit. Unless I get used to these lens and their fitting challenge, I will be ordering a different type (less floppy) next time.
So Crystal Hydro Dailies were out of stock and I tried Crystal dailies - awful- my eyes gone dry and I even had eyeache and headache so I returned them. Hydro ones were still out of stock so I decided to try these Focus dailies and these ones are about to dry my eye like some raisins. I cannot wear them comfortably for more than 2 hours. They bug my eye. Terrible and overprised. I hate them. Also each lense is in strange packet shaped like a drop which makes it complicated to take it out. I wear lenses for 12 years and this is in my worst top 3.
I have been using these for a while now, used to use Acuvue Oasys. I like these just as much, I find them more comfortable in my eyes than the Oasys. Where my eyes used to get dry through the day I don't have that problem nearly as much now. I have only had them fall out once in the time I've been using them. They can be a little tricky to get in as I think they're quite flexible, but once in I don't have any issues. I work in a very dusty environment, and these are much better lenses for my job.
I was happy with these but the current boxes seem much flimsier than usual and as a result are very difficult to get in - they just stick to my fingers. I really don't have an extra 15 minutes to struggle with these every morning so will have to try something else. It's a shame as they are comfortable all day. My sister recently had a box of these that kept disintegrating in her eye so I think there are quality control problems.
Although I absolutely love the lenses, and have used them for years,my problem is occasionally you get a,batch with so much glue on the lids that by the time you battle to remove them, the lens is useless. I have just had yet another batch where six lenses have been consigned to the bin. I have re ordered another batch, and if these are the same, I will be rethinking my next order.
I got both the Focus Daily Toric, and regular Focus Dailies for my other eye. They are now in the trash bin, as I just spent an hour fishing uncomfortably scrapey ripped pieces of a contact lens out of my eye - for the second time.
First time, the standard lens ripped into 3 pieces. This time, it was toric, down the middle - so I guess it *is* the brand, not the model problem. Both times, it took a long time to get the pieces out and it hurt. Back to Acuvue.
I'm annoyed I didn't read some of the comments on here.
I used '1 Day Acuvue Moist' for years, and they are OK, but Focus Dailies are cheaper so I switched.
I have now had a lot of the Focus Dailies split after they've gone in. And we all know that's not much fun.
Once, OK, twice, I can live with. It feels like it's closer to 20% of the time.
And that's on top of the lenses that are already split before you try to put them in.
There's no cost benefit when you have to discard so many.
You also lose loads of time fishing bits out of your very red eye.
Try them but when you start getting these problems, move on. Quickly.
The convenience of purchasing my contact lenses online like this is great. Honestly, my Rx expired over a year ago, but my eyesight/vision has not really changed. I didn't want to get the costly eye exam. This site helps me save money and do away with the hassle of seeing an optometrist yearly.
I have been messing with contact lenses for a year or so as I have only a mild prescription for presbyopia so I use only a lens in one eye (either) for outdoor distance and sport, which works fine for me. I have used these Focus dailies and they are good, maybe prefer them to crystal dailies which are half the price and now available at -.75, but not sure so there can't be much in it. Crystal go in easilly but maybe not quite so comfortable. I know I prefer them to Bosch and Laum Softlenses which I struggle to get in and keep in as they seem "just too soft" but I guess there's a hint in the name.
I wear these like there's no tomorrow and they never let me down. I occasionally 'treat' myself to Acuvue Moist or other more expensive brands, but find them only marginally better than Focus. Recommended, and worth the extra vs Crystal, unless you are really up against it financially. I tried to save money that way but my quality of sight was so much worse, I definitely think it was a false economy.