Welcome to contactlens.com.au where you can buy cheap contact lenses online in Australia. We are an Australian owned and operated business, we are based on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. When you buy contact lenses online with us you can be assured you are receiving exactly the same lenses that you would purchase from your Optometrist - only cheaper. Our Australian suppliers, Johnson and Johnson, Ciba Vision, Cooper Vision, Bausch and Lomb and Gelflex supply our contact lenses direct from their stocks and as we purchase high quantities we receive discounts which allow us to provide discount contact lenses to you.
Ordering contact lenses online is easy, simply create a new account and our online system will send you a username and password within seconds to your email address. When you have these details you can access your account by going to the "My Account" where you will be asked to confirm your address and contact details, from there you can select and order contact lenses online.
You can only order contact lenses that you have worn previously and have a current prescription for, you can find them by using a number of methods from this home page – the tabs at the top of this page enables you to insert the name of the contact lenses or you can search by brand if you know it or you can see a list of our full product range and select from there. Also there is a list of categories on the left side of this page. If you have any questions or queries please call us on 1300 750 970 or email us so we can assist you.
Contactlens.com.au has very competitive prices but we may not have the cheapest contact lenses online in comparison to the overseas websites. The advantage of purchasing your contact lenses online at contactlens.com.au is there is no risk. Our 1300 number means you can talk to one of our team, we use local courier services and Australia Post for delivery which means that we can always track your parcel and if you are a member of a health fund we provide you with a receipt that includes all the necessary details so that you can claim you rebate.
Are suitable for people who like to swap between wearing spectacles and contacts as there is no wastage. Dailies are also recommended as one of the best contact lenses for dry eyes/ or discomfort issues where the wearer would benefit from a new lens every day. Daily disposable contact lenses are very convenient as they come in their own separate vials for each lens and so you only open them on that day and then throw them away at days end. Daily contact lenses for Astigmatism are available in all brands however only Ciba Vision has a Daily Multifocal contact lens and colored contact lenses in their range.
These prescription contact lenses are suited to people who wear their lenses the majority of the time, as they are more cost effective than the dailies. Fortnightly lenses can be worn for 14 days within a 30 day period. They need to be removed every night and stored correctly in disinfecting solution in-between wears.
Astimatic lenses are often referred to as toric contact lenses. These lenses are often thicker on the sides to accommodate the astigmatic adjustment, they are also weighted which ensures that the axis of the prescription sits correctly in the eye, this sometimes means that they can be blurry when first inserted. Astigmatic contact lenses are available in dailies, fortnightlies and Purevision extended wear contact lenses. Cooper Vision´s range includes astigmatic contact lenses for high prescriptions.
Prescription colored contact lenses and cosmetic contact lenses are one of our most popular products as they enhance the eye colour or change it completely. Although we have a colour guide on our website we would only recommend you select the colours that you have seen on your eyes as your eye base colour can effect the result. Ciba Visions Freshlook Colored contact lenses are available as a two weekly lens or daily lens.
Continuous wear contact lenses such as Purevision or Night and Day contact lenses are marketed on the basis that they can be worn for 30 days continuously without taking them out. However most optometrists would not recommend this, during your fitting for these lenses your optometrist will review how long you can safely wear your contact lens for, if you do want to wear them for an extended period, this advice should be strictly adhered too and a review of the health of your eyes should be accessed every year.
These lenses provide the user with distance and near vision they can take a while to get used to but the benefits abound if you don´t enjoy wearing spectacles! A popular alternative to multifocal contact lenses is mono vision – this is where the optometrist fits one eye for near and one for distance, sounds odd but it works!