Do Hubble Contacts Really Work?

Do Hubble Contacts Really Work?
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Do Hubble Contacts Work?For those that wear contacts they often have a lot of complaints about having to do so. One of the biggest ones are about how expensive they are and most often they have to replace them because they have become lost or damaged. So could Hubble contacts create a real change in the way people who have to wear contacts perceive them?

Hubble Contacts are contacts that you only wear for one day then they are discarded and you use a new set the next day.

The Claim
Hubble claims that their contact lenses are half the price of conventional lenses so you can really afford to have fresh lenses for each day.They are saying that they have teamed up with a top quality contact lens manufacturer to produce the Hubble contacts so this not just some fad or gimmick.

The Hype
The hype really focuses around the cost of the Hubble Contacts and the fact that you can have fresh new and clean lenses to wear everyday.

The Cost
At first you won’t have to pay anything for the Hubble lenses because you are going to get a free two week trial but there is a $3. Charge for shipping and handling. Then following this once you have to start to pay you are looking at about $30. A month in the US plus $3. For the shipping. This will give you 30 pairs of lenses. There may also be an opportunity to get these paid for by your insurance provider.

The Commitment
There really isn’t going to be much of a commitment on your part to become a Hubble Contacts user. You do have to have a valid prescription for them. You also will have to remember to order them each month. You will need to open a Hubble account which seems to be quick and easy.

There seems to be a big promotional push recently which may be successful in making the Hubble Contacts more well known. The promoters have been really diligent with their marketing efforts even to the point of running TV ads. There is some feedback beginning to surface and most of what is currently available seems to be relatively positive. What most like about them is they are convenient and there are few complaints about the quality. Some of the negative aspects seem to come from those that also have issues with other types of contacts. For example, one user had difficulty with the Hubble Contacts because she has trouble with dry eyes. Others have reported that they really like this product because they are so comfortable.

Final Hubble Contacts Review

We are prepared to give the Hubble Contacts a thumbs up rating. We like the fact that there is a 14 day trial period that costs nothing other than shipping. We also like that you can cancel at any time so you are not locked into a tight subscription program. Overall they seem reasonably priced and the quality seems to be most acceptable by those who have taken the time to give a review.

Our Recommendation
If you are interested in the Hubble Contacts then you really need to research more about them and determine if you qualify for them, as there may be some restrictions. For those that are wondering if there are other options for poor vision they may want to check out Lasik Eye Surgery.

What do you think? Does Hubble Contacts work or not?


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Melissa Marsh October 4, 2017 at 3:12 pm

Looking into these for my daughter. I came here to find out if they are any good.


Patty October 25, 2017 at 12:33 am

Buyer beware! They say they verify your prescription with your doctor. They don’t. So don’t believe for a minute that they will preform like what you were actually prescribed. There’s no guarantee that you will be able to wear them comfortably. The lens material they use has been outdated for over a decade. For the price they are charging, you can get what your Dr actually has fit you with and has seen on your eyes. You only get one set of eyes! Please don’t risk damaging them.


Maureen Connolly November 14, 2017 at 7:59 pm

These contacts are wonderful. They’re not that much cheaper than Sam’s Club, because Sam’s Club has free shipping, but with Sam’s Club, you have to buy them in 90-day packs, so you’re laying out more money at a time, because Hubbles come in 30-day packs. But even if they were more expensive, I’d still buy Hubble because the contacts themselves are terrific. They’re the only brand I’ve tried that don’t fold on your finger if you drop saline solution into the lens. I have very dry eyes and have to do this. Other lenses fold after only one or two drops, but Hubbles can take three drops and keep their shape. They rarely come out of the container inside out, which has been a big problem with other brands. And a lot of times I would get a contact in and it just didn’t feel right, and I’d end up removing it and pitching it. That never happens with Hubbles, probably because of the extra saline. An extra drop makes a huge difference. I’m very very happy with them.


Maureen Connolly November 14, 2017 at 8:05 pm

I just read the other reviews. Eye doctors don’t like to spend time sending prescriptions to vendors they’re not sharing profits with, so they usually ignore the requests. The only way for any of these eliminate-the-doctor companies, 1800contacts, Sam’s Club, etc., to actually make the sale is to wait a couple of days and then take the word of the person placing the order. Doctors have been price-gouging us for years, and they don’t want to give that up. If you send Hubble your prescription, they will fill it properly. Just check the numbers on the package against what you’re using now and you’ll be able to see for yourself. I have very very dry eyes, I wear my contacts at least 16 hours a day, and these are the most comfortable lenses I’ve ever used.


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