Like 1-DAY ACUVUE TruEye®, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care's ACUVUE OASYS® 1-DAY is a high-performance silicone hydrogel contact lens. They are both made with a water-loving, hydrophilic material that has the ability to absorb water while the silicone hydrogel base material ensures a high level of oxygen transmissibility. This combination makes the lenses soft and comfortable so that the eyes can stay fresh. Introduced in 2009, 1-DAY ACUVUE TruEye® is using Narafilcon A, while ACUVUE OASYS® 1-DAY which was introduced in 2016, uses Senofilcon A, a material also found in the time-tested ACUVUE OASYS® product family. Both lenses feature Class-1 UVA and UVB blocking.
So, which lens is right for you? In looking at the spec sheet, you will notice that most parameters are very similar - even the average cost per day. You might want to discuss with your eye care practitioner whether you could try both lenses, as the main difference is in the material and the wetting agent technology. ACUVUE OASYS® 1-DAY enjoys the wetting technology HydraLuxe while 1-DAY ACUVUE TruEye® features HydraClear, a technology known to embed a high amount of a moisture-rich wetting agent.
ACUVUE OASYS® 1-DAY vs. 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye®: Specs Compared
ACUVUE OASYS 1-DAY with HydraLuxe
1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye®
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|Manufacturer||Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.||Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.|
|Release Date||July 2016|| - September 2008: Initial product launch in the UK and Ireland. |
- April 2009: 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye® is now available in Germany.
- May 2009: Roll-out in Hong-Kong.
- July 2009: Roll-out in France, Denmark, and Sweden.
- August 2009: Roll-out in Poland, Czechia and Russia.
- April 2010: Roll-out in Canada.
- June 2010: Roll-out in the US.
|Wearing Details||Daily wear||Daily wear|
|Sphere Powers|| -12.00D to +8.00D|
(in 0.5 steps after +-6.00D)
| -12.00D to +6.00D |
(in 0.5 steps after -6.00D)
|Base Curves|| 8.5 mm|
| 8.5 mm |
|Diameters||14.3 mm||14.2 mm|
|Lens Material|| Silicone hydrogel|
| Silicone hydrogel |
|Wetting Agents|| Yes |
| Yes |
|% of Material||62%||54%|
|% of Water||38%||46%|
|Center Thickness||0.085 mm||0.085 mm|
|Oxygen Transmission||121 Dk/t||118 Dk/t|
|Modulus||0.72 MPa||0.66 MPa|
|Special Features|| |
|UV Blocking|| Class 1 |
| Class 1 |
|Dynamic Light Absorption||No||No|
|Visibility Tint|| Yes |
| Yes |
|Inside-out Mark||Yes|| Yes |
|Packaging, Pricing and Offers|
|Packaging Details|| 30 or 90 lenses per box,|
each lens in a foil-sealed plastic package
| 30 lenses per box or |
90 lenses per box
Each sterile lens is supplied in a foil-sealed plastic package containing buffered saline solution with methyl ether cellulose. The package is marked with important information such as base curve, diopter power, diameter, lot number and expiration date.
|Price Range|| $72 - $110 (90 lenses)|| $37 - $55 (30 lenses) |
$76 - $115 (90 lenses)
|Cost per Day|| $0.80 - $1.22 (90 lenses)|| $1.25 - $1.83 (30 lenses) |
$0.85 - $1.28 (90 lenses)
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