Do you wear Specsavers easyvision contact lenses? You must be struggling to get hold of them, as high street opticians have closed during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. But we stock the exact same quality contact lenses you buy from Specsavers, displayed under their original manufacturer name: the only difference is packaging and of course, the cost. So you could save a lot of time and money buying your contact lenses at Vision Direct and get up to 45% off.
Plus, with our exceptional service and next day delivery, we are the fastest way to get your contact lenses in the UK. We can also guarantee you’ll always pay the cheapest contact lenses prices, with our Price Match Promise.
Specsavers contact lenses are manufactured by some of the larger lens manufacturers such as CooperVision, Alcon & Ciba Vision, which are all brands and products you can find here at Vision Direct.
Below is all the information you need to determine if we have your Specsavers easyvision contact lens in stock. Just find the name of the lens you are currently purchasing in-store and look for the name of the product from the manufacturer. For more information on our speedy delivery, check out our delivery information page.
If you are still struggling to determine which is your Specsavers Contact Lens equivalent, then contact our friendly customer service team on live chat, by phone (020 7768 5000) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
What are equivalent Specsavers contact lenses?
Specsavers sell their own brand contact lenses, just like supermarkets have own brand food ranges. Unlike at the supermarket, own brand contact lenses are more expensive than branded products. This is because opticians tend to include extras as part of the final cost. Specsavers products are also known as easyvision. The easyvision range has a variety of lens wearing patterns as well as lenses for eye conditions including presbyopia and astigmatism.
We sell equivalent brands and products for the majority of Specsavers contact lenses, and source these directly from the manufacturer. The only difference is the lenses have a different name, and most importantly are often cheaper. For instance, if you previously wore easyvision Daily Clarision the equivalent lens on VisionDirect.co.uk is Biomedics 1 Day Extra.
How can I buy equivalents of Specsavers contact lenses online?
To buy easyvision contact lenses online, you might be asked to join a direct debit scheme. On a direct debit scheme, you'll pay a fixed amount for a supply of your chosen lenses each month. However, a drawback of direct debit schemes is lens wearers are often tied into a minimum order quantity, typically lasting three months. While this can be a convenient way of always having a supply of lenses, many people end up with far more than they need, which means spending more money than necessary.
Enough of the bad news, what's the good news you may ask? The good news is that you can get the same lenses online. Most easyvision contact lenses are equivalent to other branded lenses you can find online at Vision Direct, the product is exactly the same. It's only the packaging that is different. This means that you can enjoy wearing the same lenses that you're used to without being tied into a direct debit scheme, which limits choice and flexibility. In fact, getting out of a direct debit plan and buying branded equivalents online can save you up to 45%. You can then order the exact amount of contact lenses that you need for when you need them.
With our UK next day delivery service, it takes less than 24 hours for your lenses to arrive at your door, so you can order at the last minute. And, if you want to make sure you don't forget to stock up, you can set up SMS or email reminders when it's time to reorder your equivalent Specsavers contact lenses. This means you never need to worry about running out, as in just 3 clicks your lenses will be on their way to you.
Who makes easyvision contact lenses?
There are only a handful of big contact lens manufacturers in the world, which means Specsavers easyvision contact lenses are made by the same companies as the lenses we stock. Specsavers easyvision range is made up of the same product range that we stock, only we keep the product in the manufacturer's packaging. Specsavers' put their lenses in their own easyvision packaging. Some of the manufacturers that produce Specsavers easyvision contact lenses and their branded equivalents include Coopervision, Sauflon, Bausch & Lomb and Ciba Vision. You can find which manufacturers make your Specsavers own brand lenses using our table above.
What brand are Specsavers contact lenses?
As Specsavers contact lenses have product equivalents straight from the manufacturer, you can be sure that you'll find the same lenses at Vision Direct. For example, if you normally wear easyvision Daily Clarision, you can wear Biomedics 1 Day Extra, or if you wear easyvision Elite Monthly, you can use Air Optix Aqua instead. Take a look at our handy table above to find your Specsavers contact lenses and what their branded equivalent is.
How do I get my prescription from Specsavers?
It is your legal right to have access to your contact lens prescription immediately and automatically after an eye test. If not you can request it from your optician and they are obliged to give you a copy. Once you have access to your prescription you can order the lenses which suit your eyes and wearing habit, plus you can change lenses as often as you like, without entering a trial period.
How to cancel Specsavers contact lenses?
We've put together an in-depth guide on why and how to cancel your optician's direct debit.
If you need any advice about how to buy your contact lenses online, we're here to assist you via web chat, phone or email. Got a question about ordering from Vision Direct? Check out our handy how to guides.