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Sometimes called 'sphere' or 'strength'. Measured in diopters and always preceded by - (minus) or + (plus). Negative (-) powers help to correct short sighted conditions. Positive (+) powers help to correct long sighted conditions.
The diameter of the lens. Most brands come in a couple of sizes. Usually a 14.x number but could be between 13.x to 15.x.
Base Curve
Base curve, determining how the lens fits. It is usually an 8.x or 9.x number. Some brands use non-numeric base curves such as flat, media or steep.
Extra power needed for astigmatism. Always a - (minus) number.
The placement of the extra power in a toric lens for astigmatism. The axis can be anywhere between 0 and 180 degrees.
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Material Water Content 0%
Manufacturer Vision Direct Frequency
Brand Name Elephant Shape Case Yellow
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This contact lense case comes in a variety of colours. The product is plastic, but of a thickness that feels like it is sturdy and having dropped on the floor more than once can tell you it stands up well. Not even a scratch on them so far. The screw tops are secure and the grooves are well defined making it easy to srew on tightly. Again, the design means it feels quite study. The inside is fairly straightforward with a curved base and inner grooves (I'm not sure exactly what function they perform but all contact lense cases I've seen seem to have them). My lenses sit perfectly fine within them. Overall, very happy with the product, it does what it needs to and I like the quirky elephant design. Makes it easier to spot if you live in a household where more than one person uses contact lenses.
Michael Brame

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