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ACUVUE OASYS® 2-Week for Presbyopia (Multifocal)

ACUVUE OASYS® 2-Week for Presbyopia (Multifocal)

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1 year 9 months ago

Pleasant Surprise

Pros: 
All-day comfort
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I wore Acuvue Bifocal contacts for many years and was quite pleased with them. But I, like many other folks, was quite disappointed when they were discontinued. And I was concerned that many people didn't care for the replacement presbiopia contacts. Well I tried them and like them. They're very comfortable and I see well. I just wish the correction would go beyond -9.00 as I'll likely need that soon. Otherwise I may be forced to look elsewhere for contacts. I miss the '123' feature that the Acuvue bifocal lenses had, but that's a minor point.
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ContactsCritic
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Illinois
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1 year 9 months ago

Pros: 
All-day comfort
Cons: 
Don’t feel smooth
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I had been wearing Acuvue Bifocal Contact Lenses since for many years. Then, in 2013 they were discontinued. I now wear Acuvue Oasys for Presebyopia. I miss the 123 as I cannot tell if a lens is inside out or not until they are in in many instances. Then I have to remove one and reinsert it correctly. Also, I think that in close reading in dim light situations is not as good as the old lenses. I wish that Johnson & Johnson would at least print thee 123 on the lenses. Better yet would be to bring back the Acuvue Bifocal Contact Lenses.
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StaryEd
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North Georgia
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1 year 9 months ago

Acuvue Oasys for Presobia

Cons: 
poor vision
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These contacts are TERRIBLE. For years I have worn the Acuvue bifocal lens, which is so comfortable you could easily forget it was in. The clarity was great as well. For some unbeknownst reason, Acuvue decided to stop making this wonderful lens. They are now trying to push their Oasys for Presobia. The clarity with this lens does not compare to the bifocal. Further, it is much larger and thicker. Within 2 hours of wear, my eye was watering and began gumming up. It was difficult to get out as it adhered to my eye (I only wear one lens) and my eye actually ached from wearing it. There was so much irritation that I could not wear contacts for several days after removing it. Luckily I had a spare box of the bifocal lenses but I am down to my last one. I can't find a comparable lens to the bifocal. I would not recommend the new lens to anyone. Ever. For any reason.
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1 year 9 months ago

Please Mark with 123

Pros: 
All-day comfort
Cons: 
no marking of 123
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I am trying the new contacts for the first time. I have worn the Acuvue for several years now. The thing I noticed first was that the 123 mark was missing. This is a necessity for me and one of the reasons I stayed with Acuvue. I can't tell by shape and would be willing to pay slightly more for the mark. The lens is more comfortable and easier to handle but my eyes are still adjusting to the vision.
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Mystarmaker
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Scottsdale
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1 year 10 months ago

Bifocals

Pros: 
Balanced vision near, far and in-between
Cons: 
missing 123 marking
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Had the discontinued Acuvue Bifocals (for many, many years) & now the newer Acuvue Bifocals. To be honest I see no difference between them. The only thing I'd like to see back is the 123 marking on the newer lenses to determine if they're inside out. I'd give the newer ones a 5 star rating but due to the missing 123 marking it will only get 4.
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JoeDSF
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SF, CA
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1 year 12 months ago

Really upset by the change

Cons: 
Hard to handle
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Like many other reviewers, I am a longtime wearer of Acuvue bifocal contact lenses. They were wonderful. The new presbyopia lenses are an innovation that does not work! After days of trying to adjust to them, my vision is still blurry and I am getting such bad headaches that I have to remove my lenses. Could Johnson and Johnson please reinstate the old lenses as an option for those of us who cannot tolerate the new, "improved" presbyopia version. Thank you.
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Manhattanite
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New York
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2 years 2 weeks ago

BRING BACK Acuvue Bifocals

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Hard to handle
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I have worn Acuvue Bifocals for years and want them back. I have been trying for 2 months to find bifocal lenses that work to give me good vision without success. It seems obvious from the reviews here that discontinuing these was a mistake. In addition, the Acuvue Oasys for Presbyopia does not have any marking on the lenses to determine if they are inside out or not. That would be VERY helpful.
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DrSharon
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2 years 1 month ago

Bring back the Acuvue Bifocal

Pros: 
Easy to handle
Cons: 
poor vision
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I've worn the Acuvue Bifocal for years! I do computer invoice posting 5 days a week, and it critical that I can see each of the different invoice clearly to enter the figures. I have tried the replacement lens and it's horrible. The figures are fuzzy, then when I try to focus on my monitor, I can't see those numbers clearly either. They gave me headaches from trying so hard to focus on my work. I wish you would bring them back as so many others are also requesting. Keep the Presbyopia for those who can wear them, but have some compassion for those of us who have been wearers of your Acuvue Bifocal for many years. Why take away something that helps so many? Come on Johnson & Johnson, help us out please.
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Tillerysunrunner
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‡Helps protect against transmission of harmful UV radiation to the cornea and into the eye. WARNING: UV-absorbing contact lenses are NOT substitutes for protective UV-absorbing eyewear such as UV-absorbing goggles or sunglasses because they do not completely cover the eye and surrounding area. You should continue to use UV-absorbing eyewear as directed. NOTE: Long-term exposure to UV radiation is one of the risk factors associated with cataracts. Exposure is based on a number of factors such as environmental conditions (altitude, geography, cloud cover) and personal factors (extent and nature of outdoor activities). UV-blocking contact lenses help provide protection against harmful UV radiation. However, clinical studies have not been done to demonstrate that wearing UV-blocking contact lenses reduces the risk of developing cataracts or other eye disorders. Consult your eye care practitioner for more information.