Bausch + Lomb ULTRA for Astigmatism vs. Biofinity Toric
Bausch + Lomb Ultra for Astigmatism and Biofinity Toric are two monthly replaceable soft contact lenses with an aspherical lens design. The water and material contents are very similar and while Biofinity Toric is a silicone hydrogel lens, Bausch + Lomb Ultra for Astigmatism is classified by the FDA as a class 1 contact lens. This class specifies lenses with a water content less than 50% and a non-ionic base material. It's also worth mentioning that the oxygen transmission capabilities of these two torics are quite similar and even the price range doesn't clearly favor one of them (with a tiny price advantage for Biofinity).
Bausch + Lomb ULTRA for Astigmatism and Biofinity Toric - Spec Sheets
Bausch + Lomb ULTRA for Astigmatism
Bausch & Lomb Inc.
CooperVision, Inc. part of The Cooper Companies Inc.
Daily wear or up to 6 nights / 7 days extended wear
Available Sphere Powers
-9.00D to -6.00D in 0.5 steps
-6.00D to +6.00D in 0.25 steps
+8.00D to -10.00D (in 0.50 steps after +-6.00D)
–0.75D, –1.25D, –1.75D, -2.25D
-0.75D, -1.25D, -1.75D and -2.25D
10° to 180°
in 10° steps
from 10° to 180° in 10° steps
Available Base Curves
Silicone hydrogel (Comfilcon A)
% of Material
% of Water
- MoistureSeal Technology
- OpticAlign Design
- Orientation mark at 6 o'clock
Aquaform® Technology, Optimized Lens Geometry
Dynamic Light Absorption
Packaging, Pricing and Ratings
6 lenses per box,
immersed in a poloxamine solution
6 lenses per box, immersed in buffered 0.83% saline
$54 - $76
$49 - $60
Cost per Day
$0.30 - $0.42
$0.27 - $0.33
Special Offers - U.S.
Special Offers - Canada
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