Get Contacts

Whether you are trying TOTAL1 for the first time or ready to top up your lens supply, here's everything you need to know.

How to get contact lenses?

If you are new to contact lenses, or you are looking to change the type of lens you use, we recommend you book a contact lenses appointment with an optometrist near you to make sure they are right for you.

Your chosen optometrist may need to charge you for the contact lens fitting, to make sure that they are right for you.
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Looking for more ways to top up your contact lenses?

You may already be a seasoned pro contact lenses wearer, but did you know that in addition to picking up your contact lenses orders from your local optometrist, you can also buy contact lenses online?

We have compiled a list of online retailers that stock TOTAL1 contact lenses, so you can shop with ease.

Near, Intermediate and Distance lenses

^Based on nearly 90% of wearers agreed with the statement ‘while wearing these lenses I sometimes forget I have them on’ (Perez-Gomez). *High oxygen transmissible lenses, DK/T=156 @ -3.00. Based on published manufacturer- provided Dk and thickness values in: Tyler's Quarterly Soft Contact Lens Parameter Guide. Dec 2020. #Based on laboratory measurements of unworn lenses. ~Professional fees may apply.

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