$38.00 PER BOX
Precision1® has Smartsurface™ technology a water binding surface layer that is able to attract and hold moisture to the contact lens surface. The technology is similar to Dailies Total1® but involves a new manufacturing process which allows Alcon to produce contact lenses more quickly and cost efficiently.
Also known as ‘sphere’ or abbreviated as PWR/SPH, this refers to the amount of myopia (short-sightedness) or hyperopia (long-sightedness). This will be a positive or negative number and will often be different for your two eyes.
Abbreviated as BC, this refers to the curvature of the contact lens (how steep or flat it is). This is usually between 8.0 and 9.0. It can be found near the power measurement, often adjacent to the diameter measurement.
Abbreviated as DIA, this refers to the size or diameter of your contact lens. This is often fixed based on the contact lens type and is usually between 13.5 and 15.0. It can be found near the power measurement, often adjacent to the base curve measurement.
This refers to the number of boxes required for each eye. It’s important to note how many lenses are contained in a box. Most contact lenses are sold such that 1 box purchased for each eye (2 boxes in total) will either be a 3 month or 6 month supply.
|Manufacturer||Alcon (Ciba Vision)|
|Purchase variant||Per box, 6 months, 12 months|
At EyeQ Optometrists we want to make sure you always have the right contact lenses for your needs ready at hand. That’s why we source all our product from Australian suppliers, and promise to get them delivered to your door within 3-7 days.
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At EyeQ Optometrists we’re committed to delivering the very best eyecare, and that includes excellent service when it’s time to make a purchase.
That commitment is backed up by our Customer Assistance team, available 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday – contact Customer Assistance
It also means you get direct access to experts in eyecare. If you have a question about your script or contact lenses that our Customer Assistance team can’t answer they’ll have one of our highly qualified practice staff or Optometrists give you a call back.
And because we want to make sure you have the right solution for your vision needs, we’ll exchange contact lenses you’ve bought from EyeQ Optometrists if your script changes. The only conditions to this exchange are:
• The returned lenses must have been bought online from EyeQ Optometrists
• You must be able to provide proof of purchase (this could be the invoice you received, or the order confirmation we sent you when you first placed the order)
• The box and product must not have been opened or damaged and must have more than 6 months remaining before expiry date.
And of course if the product you were supplied had a fault or an issue with quality, you are covered for replacement under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to major failure.
To find out more about our Returns and Exchanges policy or required process see Returns and Exchanges.
Whatever the problem, EyeQ Optometrists are here to help you so simply contact Customer Assistance.
Our contact lens provider Alcon is experiencing delays fulfilling orders due to a cyber-security incident involving their freight partner, Toll Group. These delays are across their entire network of optical retailers in Australia. We apologise for an inconvenience caused and encourage you to contact your local EyeQ practice for any urgent requirements.