1-DAY ACUVUE TruEye versus ACUVUE OASYSHow does ACUVUE OASYS® compare to the world's first daily disposable silicone hydrogel lens 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye®?
A look at the spec sheets reveals that these two lenses from Johnson and Johnson Vision Care are quite similar - except for the material and the replacement schedule. While ACUVUE OASYS® is a biweekly replaceable silicone hydrogel lens that can be worn up to 6 consecutive nights, you have the benefit with 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye® to start with a fresh pair of lenses every day. That means no cleaning routine, cleaning solution, and storage container. With our busy lifestyles, going with a daily replaceable lens is the preferred choice for many of us.

ACUVUE OASYS® and 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye® are both silicone hydrogel lenses with identical UV blocking, similar prescription parameters, stiffness, and lens thickness. Both lenses have a built-in wetting agent to increase the water content and improve wearing comfort. The oxygen transmission value of ACUVUE OASYS® is about 25% higher than the value seen for 1-DAY ACUVUE® TruEye®. This also explains the extended wearing modality of ACUVUE OASYS®. In general, daily replaceable lenses are more expensive than weekly or monthly lenses and so is the case here. If you're budget conscious, ACUVUE OASYS® might be the better choice for you (but always discuss with your eye care practitioner).

1-DAY ACUVUE TruEye® and ACUVUE OASYS® - Specs compared



Product Image 1-Day Acuvue TruEye Acuvue Oasys
Price Comparison

Lowest prices found:

30 Pack: $46.95

90 Pack: $94.95

Lowest prices found:

12 Pack: $61.59

24 Pack: $115.19

Manufacturer Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Inc.
Release Date - 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.
Prescription Parameters
Replacement Schedule Daily Two weeks
Wearing Details Daily wear Daily wear or
up to 6 consecutive nights extended wear
Sphere Powers -12.00D to +6.00D
(in 0.5 steps after -6.00D)
-12.00D to -6.00D in 0.5 steps
-6.00D to +6.00D in 0.25 steps
+6.00D to +8.00D in 0.5 steps
Base Curves 8.5 mm
9.0 mm
8.4 mm
8.8 mm
Diameters 14.2 mm 14.0 mm
Technical Parameters
FDA Group V V
Lens Material Silicone hydrogel
(Narafilcon A)
Silicone hydrogel
(Senofilcon A)
Lens Design Spherical Spherical
Wetting Agents Yes
% of Material 54% 62%
Water Content 46% 38%
Center Thickness 0.085 mm 0.07 mm
Oxygen Transmission 118 Dk/t 147 Dk/t
Modulus 0.66 MPa 0.7 MPa
Other Features
Special Features
UV Blocking Class 1
96% UVA
99% UVB
Class 1
96% UVA
99% UVB
Dynamic Light Absorption No No
Visibility Tint Yes
Inside-out Mark Yes
Packaging, Pricing and Offers
Packaging Details 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.
6 lenses per box,
each lens in a foil-sealed plastic package
Price Range $47 - $75 (30 lenses)
$95 - $138 (90 lenses)
$62 - $98 (12 lenses)
$115 - $184 (24 lenses)
Cost per Day $1.57 - $2.50 (30 lenses)
$1.05 - $1.53 (90 lenses)
$0.37 - $0.58 (12 lenses)
$0.34 - $0.55 (24 lenses)
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