Okay thanks so the specsavers online is cheaper for you than in store ?
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08-07-2014 08:52 #21
08-07-2014 09:31 #22
Specsavers will be cheaper I don't use them because my friend is my optometrist. A lot of people I know use them and they love it!
08-07-2014 09:41 #23
08-07-2014 10:48 #24
So I have contacts in now, told to walk around shops for 30 mins and come back to try them myself haha feels so weird! Was it a bit weird/blurry to start with for u?? I can see properly but feels dizzy haha and weird
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08-07-2014 10:53 #25
He also recommended me daily disposables ?
08-07-2014 11:04 #26
I don't remember it being blurry. There was a bit of an adjustment to get used to though.
Daily will help you get used to them and your eyes will get the break every night. You could probably ask them for longer ones if you want to change later. I started with fortnightly ones but they had to be taken out every night.
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08-07-2014 11:04 #27
Yep I remember feeling dizzy ha they take a while to get used to and I started with daily lenses too. Hope it all works out!
08-07-2014 11:13 #28Senior Member
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Also because overnight lenses irritate my eyes too much, I didn't need ones that could be worn overnight.
Daily lenses usually work out to be a bit more expensive than monthly lenses, butI still prefer them.
And yep, it feels really weird being able to see everything without glasses on!
The other thing I love about contacts that I forgot to mention is being able to wear sunglasses, without needing to buy prescription sunglasses.
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08-07-2014 11:18 #29
Oh yes sunglasses will be amazing
Okay thanks! How much am I looking at for pack of daily lenses ?
08-07-2014 12:44 #30
I have worn contacts for 17 years now. I hate wearing my glasses and only wear them at home at night time for about half an hour before I go to bed.
The dizzy feeling is because your peripherals are no longer blurry. ITs like a fish bowl effect because your mind is trying to adjust to the sudden complete clarity. It takes a bit to get used to. I get that feeling when I put my glasses on because my peripherals are blurry after an entire day of being clear...hence why I only wear them not long before bed (it makes me queezy to look around to much with my glasses on).
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