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  • #46
    chiri..
    I'm like u, diff degree at each eye, so have to buy 2 boxes too...one box of 30 pcs is $50, so got to buy 2 boxes which means $100....i think u can get it cheaper elsewhere..but i have stopped wearing Focus Dailies as mentioned earlier..i have great difficulty in removing the lenses, in fact, i was just given a pair of biomedics trial pair recently but w/o toric..havent got the chance to try out yet..

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    • #47
      calalily.. that works out to be 100 bucks per month! that is if the lens are worn everyday.. oh my.. that's so expensive...

      i've got the opposite problem... i still can't seem to get the RGP lens out properly after so long. hahah! on the contrary, i think soft lens are easier to take out. hee! and definitely much more comfortable!

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      • #48
        what colored contact lenses are there in the market that's suited for astigmatism? so far i only know of freshlook colorblends. astigmatism is such a headache.

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        • #49
          how much is the freshlook colorblends for astig? how are the colors?

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          • #50
            can't help ya on that. i myself need help on colored contact lenses for astigmatism. heh.

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            • #51
              arh.me too! need help for the colored contact lense for asti too!!
              i heard that it is very expensive !!!

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              • #52
                hi, i just want to ask something.. i've been wearing B & L toric 66 for 1.5 years (from paris miki), and recently i order half a year of supply from queensway. somehow i feel that within this 1 month that i wore the contacts from queensway, my eyes seem to be drier.. is it just my mind playing tricks or is there a difference between ordering from these 2 shops? btw did u try the new renu solution? i think they repackage their solution last year or the year before, somehow i feel that the old solution is better, its not so "sticky" as compared to the new solution..

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                • #53
                  did u check the expiry date? or was there a change in your pattern or environment?
                  actually i think it shouldnt make a difference where you buy the contacts from..
                  cause for toric lenses we need to order from the shop first and thereafter they will order from the supplier..
                  so i reckon its still pretty "new"...
                  i bought mine from queensway (think the shop name is lee meng) before too and it was pretty alright...

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                  • #54
                    whitefrost: thanks!

                    there's not much change in environment except the switch of renu solution, from old packaging to the new one. and recently my eyes have been very dry.. can it be due to the weather? in the past 1.5 years didnt really have dry eyes, just that last month was quite serious.. but i do have the renu eye drops with me..

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                    • #55
                      First timer

                      Hi gals,
                      I just discovered I have astigmatism last year and I am wearing glasses now. However my nose bridge isn't high and it makes wearing glasses a little troublesome as I keep having to slide the glasses up.

                      I'm thinking of getting toric lenses.

                      Can anyone recommend me a good dealer or shop where I can make toric lenses?? And the price range not too expensive, please? Preferably from Pasir Ris to City Hall from where the MRT usually goes? Thanks

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                      • #56
                        I'm looking for 24-hour wearable contact lens with astigmatism...i know they are available for non-astig users...has the market launched those with astigmatism?

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                        • #57
                          I use Biomedics Toric monthly disposable lenses. They cost me $125 for 6pairs(2 boxes) and I even got 2 pairs free! Other shops were selling like $79-$90 for one box...

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                          • #58
                            Any recommendations for daily disposable for dry eyes?

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                            • #59
                              xoxoshopaholic i use biomedics toric too, yours' so cheap!!! mind if i ask where did you get your supplies from?

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                              • #60
                                I using softlens 38 for astigmatism..

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