Clariti 1 Day Review (Pros/Cons, Pricing, and More)

Are you looking for a comfortable contact lens that helps with whiter, brighter eyes, and a healthier lens-wearing experience? Do you experience frequent dryness or discomfort while wearing your contact lenses? Are you looking for an affordable lens option that was uniquely designed to remain moist throughout the entire day? If so, I highly recommend trying CooperVision’s Clariti 1 Day contact lenses!

Note: Some eye doctors carry this lens under the brand name Fresh Day.

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Clariti 1 Day contact lenses

A refreshing daily silicone hydrogel lens 

To start, Clariti 1 Day was first released to the US market in 2014. CooperVision’s patented WetLoc technology allows this lens to easily bind water molecules tightly to its surface for increased moisture and comfort.

Clariti 1 day family made of silicon hydrogel lenses
Source: CooperVision

At its silicone hydrogel core, Clariti 1 Day is made up of 56% water content. It has a water-loving (i.e. hydrophilic) design that provides your eye with outstanding moisture (i.e. wettability). As an added bonus, this lens has 50% UVA and 95% UVB coverage!

In summary, what does all this medical talk mean to you? White, bright, and comfortable eyes all day long!

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Powers, availability and more

Clariti 1 Day lenses are available in powers ranging from -10 to +8. Therefore, it is designed to fit a large range of contact lens wearers, nearsighted and farsighted. Also, Clariti 1 Day has a complete family of products including lenses for astigmatism (i.e. toric) and presbyopia (i.e. multifocal)

Clariti 1 day for nearsighted and farsighted individuals
Source: CooperVision

When fit with Clariti 1 Day lenses by your eye care professional, you’ll receive a trial box that contains 10 contact lenses for each eye. In fact, CooperVision contact lenses have an e-coupon for a free trial that you can print out and show your eye doctor.

Once your prescription is finalized, these contact lenses are available for purchase in 30 packs and 90 packs. Also, as noted in the name, they are designed for daily wear and should be thrown away at the end of the day. Therefore, they’re NOT approved to be slept in!

Note: If you plan on taking your daily contact lenses out for a nap or to go swimming, we recommend storing them in Biotrue, RevitaLens, or Opti-free Pure Moist contact lens solutions. 

Clariti 1 Day contact lenses blister pack

What people are saying…

From CooperVision

From our eye care team

dr-jaclyn-garlichClariti 1 Day is an excellent silicone hydrogel daily lens. I tend to reach for this lens when I want the breathability of a silicone hydrogel but the convenience of a daily lens. It has the best of both worlds and is at a good price point compared to other silicone hydrogel dailies! – Dr. Jaclyn Garlich

 

Dr. Ryan CorteI find Clariti 1 Day to be a healthy and affordable daily silicone hydrogel lens option. Since they allow more oxygen through than their competitors, patient’s can really feel the results! Also, I like that they have a complete family of lenses and provide good UV protection. Outside of this lens not having a lens tint, I highly recommend Clariti 1 Day to anyone that is looking for a solid daily silicon hydrogel at a great price! – Dr. Ryan Corte

Are Clariti 1 Day lenses right for you?

Pros

  • Trusted technology for naturally outstanding comfort, moisture, and UV protection.
  • Made from a silicone hydrogel material that helps keep your eyes healthy and white.
  • Available in a complete family of lenses (nearsighted, farsighted, astigmatism, and multifocal).

Cons

  • The higher cost of daily contact lenses (compared to monthly contacts lenses).
  • Does not have a visible lens handling tint.

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How much does Clariti 1 Day cost?

As mentioned above, these lenses are a reasonably affordable daily option. Many private practices are also able to take advantage of the Fresh Day private label from Cooper Vision. This further reduces costs for retailers and consumers alike!

Before purchasing them, the best place to look is at your eye doctor’s office. However, if you’re looking to price things out from home, consider checking out contact lens retailers online. Right now a 90 pack of lenses is going for ~ $40-50 a box. Also, don’t forget about the rebate!

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Final thoughts

Honestly, this is the lens that I wear! It includes an entire family of daily lens options and is a great option for a wide range of patients. Not to mention, its reasonable cost without a compromise on comfort is something patients appreciate!

The material and breathability of this lens rank among the highest in its category. Also, due to its silicone hydrogel composition, those who wear it experience great comfort and a healthy exchange of oxygen all day long. As a result, trying it is almost a no-brainer!

Unlike lenses that are designed to signal discomfort by the end of the day, many patients don’t notice a difference in how this lens feels from throughout the day.

Lastly, some of my patients feel that Clariti 1 Day toric for astigmatism takes a little longer to settle on their eye than other brands. But, this doesn’t impact their comfort in the lens during the rest of the day!

Curious if you’re a candidate for wearing Clariti 1 Day contact lenses? What are you waiting for? Make sure to schedule an appointment with your local eye care professional today!

What do you think of Clariti 1 Day? Leave your review in the comments below!

Clariti 1 Day Review
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4.3
  • Cost
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  • Health & Safety
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Summary

Clariti 1 Day is a great daily silicone hydrogel contact lens for the price. It has trusted technology for naturally outstanding comfort, moisture, and UV protection. Definitely worth asking your eye doctor about at your next eye exam!

Pros

  • Trusted technology for naturally outstanding comfort, moisture, and UV protection
  • Made from a silicone hydrogel material that helps keep your eyes healthy and white
  • Available in a complete family of lenses (nearsighted, farsighted, astigmatism, and multifocal)

Cons

  • The higher cost of daily contact lenses (compared to monthly contacts lenses)
  • Does not have a visible lens handling tint

Clariti 1 Day details

Clariti 1 DayClariti 1 Day ToricClariti 1 Day Multifocal
Year of US market release201420142014
Base curve (i.e. curvature of the contact lens)8.68.68.6
Diameter (i.e. width of the contact lens)14.114.314.1
Powers+8.00 to -10.00 (no +0.25, 0.00, -0.25)
• +0.50D to +6.00D (in 0.25D steps)
• +6.50D to +8.00D (in 0.50D steps)
• -0.50D to -6.00D (in 0.25D steps)
• -6.50D to -10.00D (in 0.50D steps)

+8.00 to -10.00 (no 0.00, +0.25D, -0.25D)
• +0.50D to +6.00D (in 0.25D steps)
• +6.50D to +8.00D (in 0.50D steps)
• -0.50D to -6.00D (in 0.25D steps)
• -6.50D to -10.00D (in 0.50D steps)

+8.00 to -10.00 (no 0.00, +0.25D, -0.25D)
• +0.50D to +6.00D (in 0.25D steps)
• +6.50D to +8.00D (in 0.50D steps)
• -0.50D to -6.00D (in 0.25D steps)
• -6.50D to -10.00D (in 0.50D steps)

Cylindern/a-0.75, -1.25, -1.75, -2.25n/a
Axisn/aVaries based on powern/a
Add powersn/an/aLow (Up to +2.25D spectacle add) and High (+2.50D to +3.00D spectacle add)
Handling tintNoneNoneNone
Materialsomofilcon A
(silicone hydrogel)
somofilcon A
(silicone hydrogel)
somofilcon A
(silicone hydrogel)
Water content56%56%56%
Dk/t (i.e. oxygen transmissibility)
86 @ -3.0057 @ -3.0086 @ -3.00
Center thickness
0.07mm @ -3.000.105mm @ -3.00Varies with add power
TechnologyAspheric opticsAspheric optics, prism ballast designCenter-near aspheric optics
Wear typeDaily wearDaily wearDaily wear
Replacement scheduleDaily (i.e. throw away at the end of the day)Daily (i.e. throw away at the end of the day)Daily (i.e. throw away at the end of the day)
Trials10 lenses 10 lenses 10 lenses
Available for purchase30 or 90 lens packs 30 or 90 lens packs 30 or 90 lens packs
Approved to be slept in?NoNoNo
Inside out markings?NoNoNo
Rebate available?YesYesYes
UV protection?Yes (50% UVA & 95% UVB)Yes (50% UVA & 95% UVB)Yes (50% UVA & 95% UVB)

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