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ACUVUE OASYS® for Astigmatism 2-Week

ACUVUE OASYS® for Astigmatism 2-Week

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Submission Date: 
1 month 2 weeks ago

Okay

Pros: 
Easy to handle
Cons: 
Don’t feel smooth
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I have had these fold and blinked them out. Also I tend to feel the edges more with these than others I have worn. DO go blurry if I try to read something up close, such as comfortable distance with a book. The astigmatism ones are TWICE as much as the regular ones. I can't get the colors in my script :(
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Mailie
Location: 
Montana
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, Acuvue, Consumer Care 1 month 2 weeks ago
We're sorry to hear about this, and thank you for bringing it to our attention. We would like to learn more about your experience with our lenses, and invite you to give us a call. We can be reached at (800) 843-2020 Monday through Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (EST). We hope to hear from you soon!
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2 months 6 days ago

Used to be great

Cons: 
Hard to handle
Review Text: 
I have worn contacts for over 20 years and the Acuvue brand for probably the past 7-10 years, Until this year, they were great. Now they are lasting not even a week; sometimes just a couple of days. Eye Dr has no clue why, but seems to be an ongoing problem based on my experience and from reviewing online.
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astigmatism
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, Acuvue, Consumer Services 2 months 6 days ago
Thank you for bringing this to our attention. We would like to learn more about your experience with our lenses, and invite you to give us a call. We can be reached at (800) 843-2020 Monday through Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (EST). We hope to hear from you soon!
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6 months 1 week ago

Barely wearable

Cons: 
poor vision
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I was switched to the Oasys for Astigmatism when the Advanced was discontinued. My first order of 4 boxes were mostly fine; i had no issues with the right eye, but the left eye lenses would start bothering me around day 3. It felt like there was always something in my left eye. I complained to my eye doctor and after trying a few other brands, I found that the Acuvue Moist daily wear lenses were much better. However, because of the cost of the daily wear lenses, I chose to order 2 boxes of the Oasys in addition to the daily wear lenses so I could switch back and forth between the two and mitigate some of the expense. The 2 boxes I received this time have been awful. I still have the same issue with the left eye lenses but now both lenses become cloudy pretty much immediately. Brand new lenses are cloudy, in both eyes, within 2 hours of putting them in. I keep trying to wear them but they really are unwearable. I can make it about 2-3 hours then I end up taking them out and putting in the daily ones. I have found that if I let them soak in the peroxide solution for 2-3 days, then I can wear them for 1 full day. But that's still ridiculous. I know these are supposed to be newer and better technology than the Advanced but I never had a single issue with the Advanced. They were great. The Oasys are awful. I will not be ordering these again.
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CaptainJack
Location: 
Florida
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6 months 2 weeks ago

Terrible

Cons: 
Don’t feel smooth
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I have been wearing contacts since jr high school and these contacts are the worse thing I have run across as far as lasting more then a day to a week. They tear so easily and get nicks in them during the day it seems and irritate my eyes when they do. Now a fresh pair for a day or 3 are awesome but cant wear them longer then a week at most for me and they turn to bad. I use the peroxide based cleaners but never had this much trouble from other Acuvue lenses.
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estock
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Response from Johnson and Johnson, Medical Team, Customer Relations 5 months 2 weeks ago
Dear Customer, Thank you for contacting us concerning your experience with ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses. We would like to resolve your issue and need to speak with you directly, so we can collect some important information. Please call us toll-free, at 1-800-843-2020, Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time and reference the ID# 1-1434985253. Please have the following information available for the call: o Contact Lens provider’s name and telephone number o Contact Lens carton or package o Place of Purchase Thank you. We appreciate your assistance and look forward to speaking with you. Customer Relations At Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, we’re committed to providing the world with a lifetime of clear, healthy vision – everyone, everywhere, every day.
Response from Johnson and Johnson, IECHEVA1, Customer Relations 6 months 1 week ago
Dear estock, Thank you for contacting us concerning your experience with ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses. We would like to resolve your issue and need to speak with you directly, so we can collect some important information. Please call us toll-free, at 1-800-843-2020, Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time and reference the ID# 1-1434985253. Please have the following information available for the call: o Contact Lens provider’s name and telephone number o Contact Lens carton or package o Place of Purchase Thank you. We appreciate your assistance and look forward to speaking with you. Customer Relations At Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, we’re committed to providing the world with a lifetime of clear, healthy vision – everyone, everywhere, every day.
Response from Johnson and Johnson, bhenry13, Customer Relations 6 months 1 week ago
Dear estock, Thank you for contacting us concerning your experience with ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses. We would like to resolve your issue and need to speak with you directly, so we can collect some important information. Please call us toll-free, at 1-800-843-2020, Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Time and reference the ID# 1-1434985253. Please have the following information available for the call: o Contact Lens provider’s name and telephone number o Contact Lens carton or package o Place of Purchase Thank you. We appreciate your assistance and look forward to speaking with you. Customer Relations At Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, we’re committed to providing the world with a lifetime of clear, healthy vision – everyone, everywhere, every day.
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7 months 2 weeks ago

Do not buy

Cons: 
Uncomfortable
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Just recently my prescription was changed for my right eye and I had to purchase the 14 day acuvue lenses for astigmatism. These contacts rip within the first days and they are expensive. For the price, the quality should not be so poor. At first I thought it was maybe just me but with each pair that I used, there were tears. I am extremely disappointed because I never had this problem with the normal contacts I wore previously. This is ridiculous and I noticed that I am not the only one having this problem after reading the reviews.
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Jasmine
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7 months 2 weeks ago

Horrible Product

Cons: 
Don’t feel smooth
Review Text: 
I had such high hopes that I could lose the glasses. My attempt to wear Acuvue contacts has been 5 days of absolute frustration. I have to force myself to attempt to put them on. So far I have not managed to get them on in under 3 hours and am tired of attempting. Problems: 1.) When you have the contact right side up when you fold it, it will take the shape of a taco. Got news for you; doesn't matter which side is up or down when you fold the contact it looks like a taco. THAT IS SIMPLE GEOMETRY! The few times I have managed to get the contacts in I apparently had them reversed because I could see better with them off. Again, the "taco" test is a joke. 2.) The video explaining how to put them in. OMG! What a maddening insult! Obviously that girl has been putting in contacts for years. Nothing for those who seem to be having problems. 3.) Problems putting them on: Was told to make sure the finger I was putting them in with was dry. I have the equivalent of carpet burn on my finger from drying it, contacts still stick to my finger. About 7 of 10 attempts the contact simply flattens on the tip of my finger. When I do manage to get it on my eye it will not stick; falls off. Sticks where it shouldn't, won't stick where it should.........WONDERFUL! 4.) Told to wet fingers with solution when removing them. Can't get them to stick to my fingers. Go Figure! 5.) 30-45 minutes for my eyes to stop hurting once they are in. 6.) Vision is barely better with the contacts in than without them. 7.) Have wasted countless hours in the hopes these would work. Nothing but disappointment to show for the work. I would keep your expectations very low when it comes to these contacts. Much of my time wasted with no results.
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BADIDEA
Location: 
Houston area
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7 months 3 weeks ago

Bad Quality~!

Pros: 
good when not defective
Cons: 
Hard to handle
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I was prescribed these lenses by my provider due to the fact that I have astigmatism and I also need bifocals, so he thought this was a good idea to try. My trial pair I loved them. They were comfortable and worked great, however, once I ordered a 6 month supply, I found that 50% of them either developed micro-tears in the first couple of days, or ripped entirely. I have not been able to get a full 2 weeks out of any of these, as I have always had to replace them before that. As others have mentioned, they tend to get cloudy, dry and insufferable to wear longer than an 8 hour work day, and sometimes even less than that. I use the rewetting drops religiously to combat the dryness, but it does not seem to help for long. I put in a new pair (my last one in the box!) this morning and they are already bothering me 4 hours into the day. These are very thin lenses, which I guess is what makes them "breathable" but they tend to be difficult to work with and "roll" around as you try to get them on your finger to put them in. Overall, these have been the hardest lenses I have ever had to work with, and I have been wearing contacts for about 15 years now. They are only slightly less irritating to me than the Bausch and Lomb lenses I have tried in the past. That should tell you a lot, since I absolutely detested those lenses due to the discomfort they caused. I have emailed customer service about this with the details and hope to get a response. These are not cheap lenses and the quality should not be so spotty.
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Nikiricky
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8 months 1 day ago

My eyes have experienced nirvana.

Pros: 
Consistently clear vision
Review Text: 
The title....yeah, I know, lol. But in all seriousness, I have worn glasses since I was a pre-teen (not a very powerful script; mostly for blurriness at a distance). I switched to contacts during my college days and that was a big, tear filled, red eyed disaster! I was using so many contact lens drops, I finally said "This is ridiculous." I went back to glasses. I gave contacts another try a few years later with the same results and went right back to glasses, vowing that was the last time. Then, I heard about Oasys for Astigmatism and gave them a shot. They were, hands down, the best contacts I have ever placed in my eyes, not perfect, but good. I actually slept in them (something I was fearful to do). When the hydraclear plus was introduced for Astigmatism, I switched to those. I new I had found what I needed. It was like these were made for my eyes. They are comfortable (so much so, I forget they are there). I was amazed at the clearness and the detail I had been missing. To be perfectly honest, I drove the same road I do every day and saw the same trees and signs along the way to pick up an put in my contacts. On the way home the trees were different. I could see individual leaves from the road! I thought the way that I was seeing was normal; it quickly became clear to me that it was not. I passed the turn off to my house and kept driving, looking at trees and leaves, and road signs that I could read at distance and anything else I could set my eyes on (safely, lol). I wear these for days, sleeping in them all the while. A drop in each eye in the morning and I am good to go. My eyes say "Thank you!"
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TwoJobs
Location: 
North Little Rock, AR
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