Biotrue ONEday vs. Clariti 1 Day
Biotrue ONEday is Bausch+Lomb's daily replaceable flagship contact lens with a nonionic hydrogel base material providing a 78% water content. Unlike Biotrue ONEday, Coopervision's Clariti 1-Day is a silicone hydrogel lens with a water content of 56% and an oxygen transmission value of 86Dk/t, which is twice as high as the Dk/t value of the Biotrue ONEday lens. With the acquisition of Sauflon in 2010, Coopervision committed to the manufacturing and distribution of daily disposable silicone hydrogel lenses and made it a cornerstone of their lens portfolio.
The two lenses feature Class-2 UV blocking and an aspherical design with similar characteristics when comparing modulus and thickness.
Here's how the two lenses breakdown so you can see exactly what the differences are.
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