13 Best Contact Lens Cases

List Updated June 2020

Bestselling Contact Lens Cases in 2020


Contact Lens Case, Color Case, Value Pack (Pack of 12)

Contact Lens Case, Color Case, Value Pack (Pack of 12)
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020
  • America's #1 contact lens case
  • 12 cases in a convenient, clear plastic tub / jar
  • Perfect for hard lenses and soft lenses
  • Color Case value pack makes it easy to replace your case at least monthly. And Color Cases are recyclable.
  • Start a fresh new case when you start a fresh new pair of 14 or 30 day lenses.

Contact Lens Cases 12 Pack. FDA Approved. 2018 Improved Design/Quality. Tweezers and Applicator Included. One Year Bulk Supply. Protect Your Eyes By Changing Your Contact Lens Case Monthly

Contact Lens Cases 12 Pack. FDA Approved. 2018 Improved Design/Quality. Tweezers and Applicator Included. One Year Bulk Supply. Protect Your Eyes By Changing Your Contact Lens Case Monthly
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Amcon Contact Lenses Cases Flat Ribbed Extra Deep Well - Assorted, 12 Pack Mix

Amcon Contact Lenses Cases Flat Ribbed Extra Deep Well - Assorted, 12 Pack Mix
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
  • Amcon Labs Premium quality flat packs
  • for Soft or Rigid Contact Lenses
  • Seal prevents Leakage
  • Latex and silicone free
  • Annual supply. 12 cases, one for each month!

Bausch & Lomb Sight Savers Contact Lens Cases, Colors May Vary 3 Each (Pack of 3)

Bausch & Lomb Sight Savers Contact Lens Cases, Colors May Vary 3 Each (Pack of 3)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Durable hard plastic with easy to open and close twist caps
  • Specially designed to prevent leakage and keeps lenses from drying out
  • Great value

Equate Contact Lens Cases 6-Pack

Equate Contact Lens Cases 6-Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020
  • Replace your contact lens case monthly.
  • Package of 6 cases.

12-Pack, Deep Well Flip-top White Contact Lens Cases

12-Pack, Deep Well Flip-top White Contact Lens Cases
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020
  • PREMIUM QUALITY FLAT PACKS: Flip Top Lens Case is a standard lens case that's economical, safe, and marked for both right and left eyes.
  • 1 FOR EACH MONTH OF THE YEAR!: Ideal for monthly changing, Flip Top Lens Case won't break the bank when you have to change cases each month.
  • SEAL PREVENTS LEAKAGE
  • LATEX AND SILICON FREE
  • FOR SOFT AND HARD CONTACT LENSES

Lens-Mate Contact Lense Case - 2 Pack

Lens-Mate Contact Lense Case - 2 Pack
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
  • This listing is for Lens-Mate Contact Lense Case - 2 Pack
  • For cold chemical disinfection and storage of hard or soft lenses
  • Star-ringed chambers helps prevent lenses from sticking
  • Compact for pocket or purse

Contact Lens Case, 18 Super Fun Designs (Pack of 18)

Contact Lens Case, 18 Super Fun Designs (Pack of 18)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • America's #1 contact lens case
  • 18 cases with fun, colorful printed tops
  • Perfect for hard lenses and soft lenses
  • Color Case value pack makes it easy to replace your case at least monthly. And Color Cases are recyclable.
  • Start a fresh new case when you start a fresh new pair of 14 or 30 day lenses.

ROSENICE Contact Lens Case Mini Travel Simple Box Container Holder Eyecare kit Light Pink

ROSENICE Contact Lens Case Mini Travel Simple Box Container Holder Eyecare kit Light Pink
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Color: Light Pink. Material: Plastic.Size: About 6 * 6 * 2 cm/ 2.36 * 2.36 * 0.79 inch(L*W*H).
  • Accessories: solution bottle + tweezers + stick connection + lens holder + mirror.
  • Suitable for home or travel use.
  • Convenient to carry and lay aside the contact lens.
  • Keeps your contact lenses safe when not being worn.

Contact Lens Case, Color Case, Value Pack (Pack of 6)

Contact Lens Case, Color Case, Value Pack (Pack of 6)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • America's #1 contact lens case
  • 6 cases in beautiful colors
  • Perfect for hard lenses and soft lenses
  • Color Case value pack makes it easy to replace your case at least monthly. And Color Cases are recyclable.
  • Start a fresh new case when you start a fresh new pair of 14 or 30 day lenses.

ASSORTED Flip-Top Contact Lens Flat Packs (pack of 100)

ASSORTED Flip-Top Contact Lens Flat Packs (pack of 100)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020
  • Made in the USA
  • Tight Lid
  • FDA Approved

Mosuch Plastic Contact Lens Cleaning Lenses Case

Mosuch Plastic Contact Lens Cleaning Lenses Case
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020
  • Brand New&High quality
  • Material:plastic
  • Suitable for using during travelling or outdoor activity
  • Lens daily care,more healthy and comfortable to wear
  • Case size:3.5 cm*3.5 cm*4.5 cm

Bausch & Lomb Sight Savers Contact Lens Cases, 4 Count

Bausch & Lomb Sight Savers Contact Lens Cases, 4 Count
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Cleans, loosens and removes accumulations of film

Choosing the Right Contact Lenses

From daily disposables to monthly contact lenses, you can look forward to near-perfect vision with the right fit. But how do you choose just the right pair?

Here's a guide to choosing the right contact lenses:

Types of Contact Lenses
When contact lenses first became available, there were only a few options; most were composed of a hard lens made of PMMA that didn't allow the eyes to 'breathe' and could easily irritate the eyes after a few hours of use.

Today, there are a number of different types of contact lenses available that are much more comfortable and healthier for the eyes.

Disposable lenses are available in daily, 2-week, monthly, and bimonthly versions that require you to discard the lenses after a certain period of time. This means you can put on a fresh pair of contacts and keep your eyes as healthy as possible. Daily disposables are a good choice if your eyes are irritated easily, and are especially beneficial if you travel often. These are simply discarded after each use and do not require storage

2-week and monthly contact lenses are often less costly than daily disposables, and do require daily cleaning and disinfecting. These are a good match for you if you traditionally wear glasses most of the time and need to wear contacts for extended periods of time. These soft lenses are easy to manage and require a weekly deep clean to keep them fresh.

Bimonthly disposables are rarely recommended by optometrists, but are another option if you don't want to invest in daily or monthly disposable lenses. These contact lenses will slowly start to wear out shortly before the month, and require the same care and cleaning as other disposable lenses.

Trusted Brands Available
The most trusted brands of contact lenses available are:

-Acuvue

-Frequency

-Freshlook

-O2 Optix

-Focus

-Bausch amp; Lomb

Each of these brands offer various types of lenses, and when you're making your final selection, there are a few key qualities to look for.

Contact Lenses: What to Look For
Most optometrists will offer you a free trail pair of your chosen contact lenses to make sure you're wearing the right style and fit for your eyes. Contact lenses are now made with a variety of materials that allow for more oxygen to your eyes. This is important for keeping your eyes healthy and preventing eye strain, dry eyes, and irritation.

You'll also need contact lenses that:

-Keep your eyes moisturized

-Feel as though you're not wearing anything at all

-Can be cleaned in a few simple steps

-Have a tint to them so you can find them easily if they're dropped in the sink or on the floor

-Meet your budget needs as it can be difficult on your eyes if you constantly switch brands

Preparing for the Purchase
After your contact lens exam and review, your optometrist will recommend a particular brand that will be most suitable for your eyes and promote good eye health. You can consider a few different brands to find the best fit, and obtaining a trial pair to test each one out for at least a week is a great way to narrow down your choices.

Most of the major contact lens brands offer rebates on multiple boxes, so it's a good idea to calculate the total cost of each box after rebates and discounts. Shopping online for contact lenses often leads to a lower price overall, and you will need to provide your prescription and doctor's information in order to process your order.

Choosing the right contact lenses can take up to 2-3 weeks after your initial exam. It's important to consider a variety of styles and brands, and a trial pair is the best way to find the right match for you.

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