Proclear 1 Day Benefits & Features
- Suitable for dry eyes
- PC technology retains moisture and maintains oxygen flow
- Can be worn for up to 12 hours
- Daily lenses offer healthy lens wear option
- Aspheric Optical design for clear, crisp vision
- Sensitive eyes
- Those who favour the convenience of daily disposable contact lenses
- Short or long-sightedness
Alternative to Proclear 1 Day Contact Lenses
1 Day Acuvue Moist and comfi Daily Disposables are similar daily lenses.
- Specsavers easyvision Daily Vusion
This is a recommendation made by Feel Good Contacts. If you wish to try alternative contact lenses you will need to consult your optician to make sure they are suitable for you and are fitted correctly.
Proclear 1 Day by CooperVision is a daily disposable contact lens that delivers clear vision as well as long-lasting comfort and hydration.
Ideal for dry eyes, these daily contact lenses stay soft, moist and comfortable to wear even at the end of the day. As daily disposables, Proclear 1 Day lenses offer convenience and hygiene with a lens designed to be gentle on your eyes.
Proclear 1 Day are hydrophilic (they attract water) and are therefore able to stay 96% hydrated after 12 hours of wear. Exclusive PC Technology enables Proclear 1 Day contacts to retain their water content throughout the day, significantly reducing the onset of dry and gritty eyes.
In addition, eyes will receive an ample supply of oxygen through these breathable hydrogel dailies. The aspheric lens design ensures optimal clarity of vision when you wear Proclear 1 Day.
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Proclear 1 Day parameters
|Wearing type||Daily Contact Lenses|
|Power range||+8.00 to -12.00|
|Lens material||Omafilcon A|
|Oxygen permeability||28 Dk/t|
|Pack size||30 Pack|
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Further Optical Advice
Who makes Proclear 1 Day contact lenses?
Proclear 1 Day contact lenses are made by CooperVision and are designed and manufactured with unique contact lens technology.
Is Proclear 1 Day available for astigmatism and presbyopia?
Proclear 1 Day Multifocal is the Proclear 1 Day version designed for people with presbyopia. Read through Proclear 1 Day reviews to get more information on whether this lens might be suitable for you.
Proclear 1 Day is not available as a daily wear toric contact lens. However, CooperVision offers Proclear Toric for astigmatism which can be worn as a monthly contact lens.
What is Feel Good Contacts’s returns policy on Proclear 1 Day?
If you have ordered Proclear 1 Day or have received your order in error, we offer a no dispute returns service no matter the reason. If you have opened the packaging and used the product, unfortunately we are unable to offer a refund for the lenses without a valid case being made for your return.
As Proclear 1 Day is only available in a 30 pack or a 90 pack, we recommend that you have completed a successful trial of Proclear 1 Day and you are happy with your prescription before you make your purchase. We always welcome any feedback that you might have so that we can ensure you always have a great experience when you buy your Proclear 1 Day contact lenses from Feel Good Contacts.
Reviewed by our Optical Team
Tina Patel, Contact Lens Optician.
Tina Patel is a qualified Contact Lens Optician and part of the Optical Team at Feel Good Contacts, which promises the same attentive and quality service offered on the high street. With an outstanding 25 year strong career in the optical industry, Tina offers expert advice and support on contact lenses, solutions and eye care.
- Scott, W. L, Rein, M. J., Pack, L. D. (2010) ‘Subjective comparison of 2 daily disposable contact lenses: Focus Dailies with AquaRelease and Proclear 1-Day’, Optometry, 81(1), pp. 40-46:
- Filipecki, J., Kocela, A., Korzekwa, P., Miedzinski, R., Filipecka, K., Golis, E., Korzekwa, W. (2013) ‘Structural study of polymer hydrogel contact lenses by means of positron annihilation lifetime spectroscopy and UV–vis–NIR methods’, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Medicine, 24, pp. 1837-1842.