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    Default *DING!* Your Biomedics EP Contacts Are Done

    Isn't this thing cool? It's called the Lens Alert Contact Lens Timer. In the case of Biomedics EP, it allows you to set the date to remind you to replace your contacts. If you wear them when you sleep, you have to replace them after a week. If you take them out every night, you can wear them for two weeks. This little gadget can remind you when it's time for new contacts.
    Those of you who have one of these, do you use it like an alarm clock on Replacement Day?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    Isn't this thing cool? It's called the Lens Alert Contact Lens Timer. In the case of Biomedics EP, it allows you to set the date to remind you to replace your contacts. If you wear them when you sleep, you have to replace them after a week. If you take them out every night, you can wear them for two weeks. This little gadget can remind you when it's time for new contacts.
    Those of you who have one of these, do you use it like an alarm clock on Replacement Day?
    This thing looks pretty cool. Too bad nobody on Lens 101 seems to own one so they can tell us about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John316 View Post
    This thing looks pretty cool. Too bad nobody on Lens 101 seems to own one so they can tell us about it.
    Yeah, it's been over a year and no response so far except you, John316. *Sniff* You're all I've got!

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    If you take them out every night, you can wear them for two weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    Isn't this thing cool? It's called the Lens Alert Contact Lens Timer. In the case of Biomedics EP, it allows you to set the date to remind you to replace your contacts. If you wear them when you sleep, you have to replace them after a week. If you take them out every night, you can wear them for two weeks. This little gadget can remind you when it's time for new contacts.
    Those of you who have one of these, do you use it like an alarm clock on Replacement Day?
    This is such a nifty gadget, I don't know why no one has responded. Maybe nobody knows where to pick one up. That's simple. Jus go to http://www.lensalert.com. There's even a pretty girl pushing her eyebrow while waiting there for you to stop by the site.

    Evidently they're also available at Target.
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    Default Does She Actually Have a Contact Lens on Her Finger?

    Quote Originally Posted by ICU2 View Post
    This is such a nifty gadget, I don't know why no one has responded. Maybe nobody knows where to pick one up. That's simple. Jus go to http://www.lensalert.com. There's even a pretty girl pushing her eyebrow while waiting there for you to stop by the site.

    Evidently they're also available at Target.
    She's very pretty ICU2, you're right. Very long light brown hair, blue eyes and--I think--a contact lens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICU2 View Post
    This is such a nifty gadget, I don't know why no one has responded. Maybe nobody knows where to pick one up. That's simple. Jus go to http://www.lensalert.com. There's even a pretty girl pushing her eyebrow while waiting there for you to stop by the site.

    Evidently they're also available at Target.
    Does anyone else think it's kind of strange that this young lady is pushing her eyebrow up instead of her eyelid?
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    Quote Originally Posted by John316 View Post
    Does anyone else think it's kind of strange that this young lady is pushing her eyebrow up instead of her eyelid?
    Yeah, I get the feeling she's a model who doesn't wear contacts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    Yeah, I get the feeling she's a model who doesn't wear contacts.
    Thanks for that picture, Beckifera. I don't want to get into politics, but I'm sure glad that there is a term limitation for the President.

    We still haven't heard from anyone who owns a Lens Alert Contact Lens Timer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John316 View Post
    Thanks for that picture, Beckifera. I don't want to get into politics, but I'm sure glad that there is a term limitation for the President.

    We still haven't heard from anyone who owns a Lens Alert Contact Lens Timer.
    Do you think we're going to? It's been a long time since that question was first posted, and it's a very specific question. It's not just "who uses a machine to clean their contact lenses?" but "Who uses this thing to keep their contacts clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICU2 View Post
    Do you think we're going to? It's been a long time since that question was first posted, and it's a very specific question. It's not just "who uses a machine to clean their contact lenses?" but "Who uses this thing to keep their contacts clean.
    Okay, fair enough.

    Who uses a machine--any kind of machine--to clean their contact lenses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beckifera View Post
    Okay, fair enough.

    Who uses a machine--any kind of machine--to clean their contact lenses?
    That should do the trick, Beckifera.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John316 View Post
    Does anyone else think it's kind of strange that this young lady is pushing her eyebrow up instead of her eyelid?
    Well, she is very beautiful. If a guy took that picture I can imagine he said "Okay now pretend you're about to put that contact lens in . . . . Um . . . . well, never mind. That looks great."

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