White Mesh Contact Lenses
Price:
$ 23.95
RRP:
$ 27.99
Save:
$ 4.04 (14%)
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Get a freaky new look with our White Mesh Contact Lenses. These scary contacts have a mesh design that covers both your pupil and iris. They make your eyes look like an insect or a robot, perfect for Halloween costumes and making a statement.

Spooky Crazy Contact Lenses make it easy to create a freaky look. These high quality contact lenses come in a choice of styles, from block colors to Halloween lenses, scary designs and freaky costume contacts. Spooky contact lenses are light, soft and comfortable to wear. Their 42% water content ensures that your eyes stay hydrated and feel fresh all day.

  • Mesh design covers both iris and pupil
  • You can see through the design
  • Do not wear whilst driving
  • Not recommended for everyday wear
  • Sold as a pair
  • 1 year life span once opened
  • 42% water content
  • Packaged in sterile buffered isotonic saline
  • Manufactured in accordance with the EU Cosmetics Directive
  • FDA Approved
Please Note: All lenses sold by SpookyEyes.com are not vision correcting lenses, they cannot be used for vision correction like those sold by an optometrist. However we will have to confirm any optical prescription you may have when placing an order.
Product Code:
60155
Base Curve:
8.6
Brand:
Dream Eyes
Contact Lens Color:
White
Duration Unopened:
up to 4 years
Life Span:
1 Year
Pack Contains:
2 x Lenses
Product Type:
Contact Lenses
Safety:
FDA Approved
ISO International Standards
Size:
14.5mm
Suitable for:
All eye colours even dark eyes, bold results that show
Type of Lens:
Soft
Type of Vision:
Non-prescription, Customers with perfect vision
Water Content:
42%

Free standard shipping on all orders, faster shipping services are avaliable for an additional fee at checkout.

We guarantee to refund any item you are not completely happy with when you return it to us by post, unused in a saleable condition within 7 days of receipt. Refunds will be credited to your original method of payment.

See our Terms & Conditions for our complete returns policy.


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Never received

By Angel from San Antonio, TX 07 November 2016

I ordered these contacts on October 24th. The last update from USPS was on 10/25/2016 "processed through facility". It hasn't moved since. I've sent 2 emails to customer service requesting some assistance but haven't received a response as of yet. Hopefully this can be resolved.


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White mesh contacts

By Anonymous 02 November 2016

It has been 8 working days and i paid for the 5-7 working day express why is this taking so long!?


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Outstanding...

By crazyvoodoo from NOLA 28 October 2016

Bought them for a Halloween party. They look good, and you can hardly tell you are wearing them at all. Little foggy at the beginning, but not bad at all...


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White Mesh Contacts

By PanterA.Dobe from Tennessee 25 September 2016

I bought these and had never worn contacts before and they are very comfortable. I can hardly tell I have them in. I can see well, in daylight it just looks a bit foggy. Very reasonable price, overall excellent product.


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white mesh

By jedimaster573 from El Paso, Tx 18 April 2016

I wore these this past weekend as part of a Drax (Guardians of the Galaxy / comic version) costume. At the EP comicon. My main concern with these lenses was how well I would be able to see. I was very pleased, as I could see very well, even at night. I opted for these over the sclera lenses since the reviews for those said vision was impaired, particularly at night. I am not a regular contact wearer, but the lenses were very comfortable, and I wore them for almost 8 hours straight without needing any eye drops. Finally, the price for these was much more reasonable vs. the sclera lenses, which run about $100.

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