Clariti 1 Day
Benefits of Clariti 1 Day contact lenses
- Ultra breathable lenses let plenty of oxygen through
- Daily disposable lenses perfect for comfortable and convenient wear
- Made from flexible silicone hydrogel for a secure fit
- UV blocking offers extra layer of protection against harmful rays
- WetLoc™ technology keeps moisture locked in to lenses
Find out how to read your prescription for Clariti 1 Day including base curve and diameter.
More information about Clariti 1 Day
Clariti 1 day are daily disposable lenses manufactured by CooperVision. These daily lenses are a convenient and hygienic choice suitable for people with myopia or presbyopia, simply insert them at the beginning of each day for clear sight with no fuss.
Made from a soft and flexible silicone hydrogel, Clariti 1 day are exceptionally breathable lenses that let a large amount of oxygen pass through them to the eyes. This ensures that your eyes not only feel healthy but also look nice and white too.
Clariti 1 day also feature WetLoc™ technology that helps the lenses to retain moisture for hydrated and comfortable eyes whenever you’re wearing them. With an added layer of UV blocking, these lenses provide resistance against harmful UV rays to help protect your eyes.
Alternative contact lenses
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Dailies Total 1 are recommended by our optician as a compatible alternative to these lenses.
1-Day Acuvue Trueye are daily lenses with a high water content and have the strongest UV blocking of any contact lens currently available.
Clariti 1 Day contact lens technical specifications
|Type of Lens:||Daily disposable|
|Material:||56% Water + 44% somofilcon A|
|Oxygen permeability:||86 Dk/t|
|Lens diameter:||14.1 mm|
|Base curves:||8.6 mm|
|Available powers:||-10.00D to +8.00D|
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