Difficult to handle, not for dry eyes
Thin & comfortable... for the first 15 minutes
Very flimsy & hard to handle.<br>Spontaneously rolled under eyelid.<br>Expensive.
The Bottom Line:
Do not waste your time, money, or comfort. These are not user friendly.
I have only been wearing contacts for a few months, but haven't had a problems with them. My Dr. suggested I try the Air Optix Night & Day because they were supposed to allow my eyes to breathe more. I never wear my contacts longer than 12 hrs. at a time, but having that 24 hr. option gave me the impression that they would be more comfortable. The first thing I noticed was how thin & flimsy they were. Very hard to handle and insert. They kept curling & folding. Once I did get them in they felt pretty good. However, 15 minutes later, without any help from me, one of the lenses followed my eyelid up to the top of my eye and rolled underneath! My eyes are slightly on the dry side, but that was a bit extreme. My previous contacts were Air Optix Aqua, with no real problems. These cost more and I can't even wear them. I have no insurance, so now I'm stuck having to wear my old prescription glasses until I can save enough to buy what I should have had in the first place. I hope Air Optix is reading some of these reviews and is taking them seriously. If I would have read these reviews first, I would have avoided Air Optix Night & Day.