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FOUND IT CHEAPER? WE'LL MATCH THAT PRICE!

If you happen to find your contact lenses at a lower price we will match that price!

After you have completed your order online, then email info@lensesonly.co.za with the reference number of your order AND the link to the lower price and we will refund the difference.

Conditions:

FREE DELIVERY ON ALL CONTACT LENS ORDERS

No matter how big or small your order, we offer FREE shipping to your door or post office on all orders anywhere in South Africa.

For remote areas not serviced by the courier, we will have to deliver to a post office or to the nearest town which is accessible to you.

Usually a physical delivery to your door takes 3 to 5 working days and postal delivery to a post office takes 5 to 7 working days. If you select physical delivery then please ensure someone is available during office hours to sign for the delivery.

If there is no stock with the suppliers then contact lenses will go onto a backorder which may take approximately 3 weeks. Don’t worry we will contact you if this is the case. We always do our best to get your order to you as quick as possible.


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FREE DELIVERY ON ALL CONTACT LENS ORDERS


No matter how big or small your order, we offer FREE shipping to your door or post office on all orders anywhere in South Africa.

For remote areas not serviced by the courier, we will have to deliver to a post office or to the nearest town which is accessible to you.

Usually a physical delivery to your door takes 3 to 5 working days and postal delivery to a post office takes 5 to 7 working days. If you select physical delivery then please ensure someone is available during office hours to sign for the delivery.

If there is no stock with the suppliers then contact lenses will go onto a backorder which may take approximately 3 weeks. Don’t worry we will contact you if this is the case. We always do our best to get your order to you as quick as possible.

FOUND IT CHEAPER? WE’LL MATCH THAT PRICE!


If you happen to find your contact lenses at a lower price we will match that price!

After you have completed your order online, then email info@lensesonly.co.za with the reference number of your order AND the link to the lower price and we will refund the difference.

Conditions:

• You must find exactly the same product and it must be in stock

• The price must be for the same quantities, shipping charges, handling fees and any other charges that may apply

• This does not apply for membership or program prices

• This does not apply for coupons / vouchers / promotional offers

• Your refund claim must reach us within 7 days from your date of purchase

• The refund is at the sole discretion of LENSESONLY.co.za

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Eye Care

Many people do not understand the importance of having an eye examination. This article explains the various tests that may be performed during a consultation with your eye care provider. It shows the importance of having your eyes checked regularly, especially for contact lens wearers.

An eye examination should be performed every 12 to 24 months. This allows your prescription to be updated and for potential eye related diseases to be diagnosed. These diseases are often painless which makes early diagnosis important.

Some of the procedures that may be performed include:

  1. Cover test: Binocular vision problems can be diagnosed as this test is used to determine how well your eyes work together.
  2. Tonometry: A non-contact tonometer measures your eye pressures and is used as a screening for glaucoma. High pressures may indicate this disease. If left untreated this can lead to blindness.
  3. Visual field screening: This tests for blind spots in your vision and can be used to determine the effects of glaucoma, retinal changes and damage to your optic nerve pathways.
  4. Autorefractor: An autorefractor evaluates how an image is focused on your retina and determines your prescription automatically and objectively.
  5. Retinoscopy: A handheld device is used by your eye care provider to determine your prescription in a similar manner to the autorefractor.
  6. Refraction: A phoropter or trial frame is placed in front of your eyes. You will be shown a series of lenses to determine your final prescription.
  7. Ophthalmoscopy: This handheld device is used to view your retina. The health of the retina can be assessed and various diseases diagnosed.

Contact lens wearers generally need further assessment. A slitlamp helps to determine the health of the cornea and the condition of the lids. A kerotometer is used to measure the curvature of the cornea and ensure a well fitted contact lens.

The link below displays a Contact Lens Guide and provides useful information for successful contact lens wear.


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