OptiWand Soft Contact Lens Insertion and Removal Tool
- Category:Health and Beauty
- Buy New: $9.99
as of 4/19/2018 18:22 BST details
- Sales Rank:10,040
- Size:One size fits most
- Shipping Weight (lbs):0
- Dimensions (in):1.8 x 0.6 x 0.6
- Legal Disclaimer:Please read and follow instructions as well as view the instructional videos at contactlenskit.com for best results. OptiWand and OptiAide are disposable products! We suggest replacing after 60 Days. To clean use soft soap, rinse thoroughly and air dry! Not dishwasher tested! These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please DO NOT USE the OptiWand if you are allergic to Liquid Silicone Rubber!If you are unhappy with your OptiWand or OptiAide you will be given a refund, less a 10% restocking fee 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed OptiWand is a registered trademark of TJSC Optix Inc. All rights reserved
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- OptiWand inserts & removes soft contact lenses but takes practice & patience
- This is not a suction cup for soft contact lenses
- The OptiWand is designed to hold the lens until placed on cornea
OptiWand - ultimate soft contact lens insertion & removal tool. A new contact lens users dream. This will allow nearly anyone to insert and remove their soft contact lens with some practice and patience. Great for all beginner's who are struggling and stressed. Insert soft contact lenses by focusing on the center hole or contact lens on the wand. Do not look up as the curvature of the eye is not the same. Once you gain confidence you will insert with ease. During insertion you can twist the OptiWand slightly after it touches the eye to help release the soft lens. Remove soft contact lenses by pinching them with OptiWand in like most do currently with their fingers. Also insert larger lenses and some hybrids. It is not a full closed cup so it will not remove hard or sclera lenses. Old habits of looking up or down will make this impossible to use. You cannot look up during insertion and must break that before being able to use OptiWand properly. This applies contact lenses directly to the cornea where they sit securely as designed. Improper use of contact lenses may lead to infections and worse. Long time contact lens users have habits that may make this difficult to use so if you cannot stop looking up during insertion or assuming it is a suction cup for removal it will not work for you.
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