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Royal Remover/Inserter - Is It In the Fingertips?

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Old 06-10-2009, 11:34 AM
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Default Royal Remover/Inserter - Is It In the Fingertips?

Can someone tell me how this Royal Remover/Inserter works? Are they like one of those plungers where you have to press on it to make a seal, or does it work the same way a drinking straw works when you put your finger over the top of the straw so you can pick up a little bit of the pop?
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Old 06-18-2009, 01:42 PM
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Sorry Anazak, I've never seen that before but I'd also be curious about how it works.

My first impression is that some people may be less likely to touch their eyes with an object other than their finger, but who knows?

I assume that you'd have to make sure that it was cleaned with contact solution as well.
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Old 10-14-2009, 04:44 PM
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Sorry Anazak, I've never seen that before but I'd also be curious about how it works.

My first impression is that some people may be less likely to touch their eyes with an object other than their finger, but who knows?

I assume that you'd have to make sure that it was cleaned with contact solution as well.
I think if you did a search for something like "contact lens tool" or something, you can find more pictures of this doodad. My guess is that it works because it has some sort of suction device on it to prevent you from dropping it.
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