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Vertex Toric XR by CooperVision

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Pack 6 lenses per box

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If you have astigmatism and want crisp, clear vision with the convenience of a disposable contact lens, Vertex Toric may be for you.Vertex Toric contact lenses offer our patented UltraSync® Technology, a process that produces a perfect edge on every lens. This design provides stability and little rotation. Vertex Toric contact lenses also include a light blue handling tint, which makes them easier to see when inserting and removing. And for those with a high level of astigmatism, you can still enjoy the benefits of Vertex Toric with the XR extended range of powers.

  • LENS TYPE: 1-2 week disposable soft contact lenses for astigmatism
  • PACKAGE DETAILS: 6 lenses immersed in buffered saline solution
  • MATERIAL AND % OF CONTENT: 45% polymer (methafilcon A)
  • WATER % OF CONTENT: 55%
  • MANUFACTURER: CooperVision, Inc., Scottsville, NY

BRAND: Vertex

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