DigiCase - Contact Lens Mirror Cases with Reminder Timer - Green
With 14 or 30 day reminder options, Includes 3 free additional Soaking Cases
List Price R 189
Discovery Miles 1 150
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The digicase digital contact lens case with reminder function and mirror. It has been developed exclusively for the contact lens wearer.
The digicase has been developed as a simple and effective way to track Contact lens wear,solving the problem of remembering when to replace Contact lenses.
Wearing contact lenses for too long is a serious issue with over 60% of wearers more likely to develop serious eye health problems by not replacing Contact lenses on time.
- 57% late replacing 2 week(14 day) lens programmes.
- 64% late replacing 4 week(30 day) lens programmes.
- American Academy of Optometry
How does the digicase work?
Simply press the 14 or 30 days button (depending on which lens replacement schedule you are on),to start a countdown,and after time has elapsed the digicase will audibly 'bleep' and then flash "00" to alert the wearer that it is time to replace their contact lenses. The digicase can be re-set by pressing the 14 / 30 day button. We aim to supply the digicase with 4 soaking cases or a years supply of soaking cases.
The digicase comes with a FDA approved leak proof contact lens case and a convenient optically correct face mirror,and is ideal for travelling and weekends away.
The digicase combines contemporary modern ergonomic sleek looks with functionality to make a great lens care partner. The digicase comes in a range of colours being white,black,rubine red and lime green.
- South Africa
- DigiCase - Contact Lens Mirror Cases with Reminder Timer - Green
cherry, South Africa. 24 June 2016
Cheaply made. Most contact lens cases don't fit in it