Geo World Series Blue Circle Contact Lens from Lenscircle.com : Review

 

I’ve been wearing colored contact lenses for over a year now and while previously I stuck to brands available in India, I recently tried out a very popular Korean lenses brand (Geo). The experience was great and today I’m reviewing the Blue colored lenses I wore in my look HERE. I have previously reviewed Geo 3-Tone Amethyst lenses HERE.

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue

Price : $ 34.95 (approx Rs 1850 )

 

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com-Review
Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com-Review

 



 

Product Info

  •  Diameter: 14.0 mm
  • Base Curve Radius: 8.40 ~ 8.60 mm
  • C.T: 0.04 ~ 0.13 mm
  • Water Content: 38 ~ 42%
  • Using Cycle: One Year
  • Power Range: Plano (0.00) ~ -10.00
  • Manufacturer: Geo Medical Inc.

 

My take on the product

 

Comfort level

 

The lenses are quite thin and feel very comfortable on the eyes. The hydration level is sufficient and I do not find my eyes feeling dry/itchy/uncomfortable when I wear these. I wear contact lenses for around 10-14 hours every day (even longer on some days) and most of this time is spent in front of a laptop screen but I do not experience any strain on my eyes because of these lenses. The natural fatigue that one may experience after long hours in front of the computer is there but I feel that when I’m wearing my glasses too. I have previously reviewed the Geo 3-Tone lenses in Amethyst and both these lenses wear equally comfortably on my eyes.

 Rating : 5/5

 

Vision Accuracy

 

I have hypermetropia (near-sightedness) in both my eyes and the great thing about Lenscircle.com is that they offer prescription lenses in color in addition to the regular colored contacts. I had given them my specifications (negative power in both eyes) and the lenses arrived as per the instructions. The vision is accurate- another reason why they feel very comfortable on the eyes.

Rating : 5/5

 

The Packaging 

 

The lenses come in sealed transparent bottles with aluminium and rubber seal that needs to be broken to start usage. Lenscircle.com gives a free lens case with every order. The case might not be as cute as the animal cases provided by DBeautyshop.com but they are a simpler with clearly marked L and R case.

The only thing I do not like is that the bottle does not contain info about the lens apart from the prescription (power) which is removed as soon as you remove the aluminium seal. If you own multiple lenses, once the seal is broken, there is no way to go back and check which bottle the lens came from. The bottle is important because it contains the expiry date of the lens. I would suggest that before you open the seal, note down the expiry date of the lenses somewhere.

Rating : 4/5

 

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com - Review
Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com – Review

 

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com - Review
Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com – Review

 

Color

 

These are essentially blue colored lenses but what makes them so beautiful and wearable is that there is a 3-tone gradation and not a flat blue color. The inner most part is a muted yellow brown shade which blends into a periwinkle blue shade which further blends into an outer ring of a darker grey. The overall effect is quite natural, of course one would be able to tell these are contact lenses but they do not look jarringly fake or scary! Blue lenses are not the easiest to wear and I expected these to look much more stark on me but I was quite surprized that they looked quite beautiful. The color change is perceptible on my naturally dark brown eyes, but the 3 tone makes it easier to wear.

I personally LOVE tri color (or 3-tone) lenses and would highly recommend these! Blue is not the easiest eye color to pull off but if you’d like to try, starting with a 3 tone is the best way!

Rating : 4.5/5

 

Enlargement

 

The size of the lens is regular and these do not provide any enlargement to the iris. I happen to have slightly smaller irises naturally so for my eyes, they do provide a little bit of enlargement. The diameter is the regular 14.0 mm (the minimum available).

Rating : 3/5

 

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com Review
Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com – Review

 

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com - Review
Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com – Review

 

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com - Review
Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com – Review

 

About Geo Colored contact lenses :

 

Geo Medical  is one of the largest colored lens manufacturing company which is highly popular in Asia as well as other parts of the world. They make a huge variety of lenses in different colors as well with different effects. Browsing through any online lens web store will give you an idea about the different kind of effects that lenses can give you. There are 3-tone (or tri color, which are under review in this post), swirl , nudy, super nudy, honey wing, flower patterned and so on! There are a few guidelines to keep in mind when you purchase a Geo pair of lenses. Because of its popularity, there are a lot of fakes in the market which can seriously harm your eyes.

A few tests to ensure authenticity of your Geo lenses –

  1. Never buy from a cheap seller/website. Geo lenses are generally priced around $20-$40 so do not buy from websites selling them at unbelievably low prices. If a sale is going on, the price may go upto $15 but not lower than that.
  2. They should be manufactured in Korea (and not China!)
  3. The lenses are either in bottles (which are sealed with aluminium caps) or in some cases blister packaging too. Make sure the seal is intact.
  4. Trademark  – the way the brand name is written, with a red line in the E and the small C shaped curve over the G is unique to authentic lenses.
  5. Lastly, the Authenticity seal must be there on the bottle in which these come. You can scratch off the seal to reveal a unique identification number which can be checked at THIS website to confirm its authenticity.

Enter the given code here : http://www.fw1860.com/en/

The following message confirms the authenticity of the lenses :

 

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Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com-Review

 

About Lenscircle.com :

 

Lenscircle.com is an authentic seller of Geo colored lenses. They have huge variety of lenses in different colors and patterns, they also stock prescription lenses. The shipping cost is not the cheapest I’ve found but still not exorbitant and the lenses arrived in less than 2 weeks to Mumbai. The website is easy to navigate and the lenses are categorized according to color as well as design which makes it very easy to find what you’re looking for.

They hav clear images  and description of each lens in their catalog along with Before and After images on eyes. They also have full face shots of people wearing the lenses and this gives a good idea about how it would look overall.

 

Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com-Review
Geo World Series Circle Contact Lens 3-Tone Blue from Lenscircle.com-Review

 

Shipping :

  • USA/Canada :  $4.50 (5-8 Business Days)
  • International:  $7.50 (10-14 Business Days)

Payment options : Credit card /Paypal

Shopping with them has been a great experience, the customer service is prompt and helpful as well. I would recommend this website to everyone! You can use my coupon code LC3826 to get 15% off your order.

Lenscircle.com : Website

Overall, Blue colored lenses in tri-color are a nice option if you’re trying out Blue contacts to the first time and are not sure of how the color would look on you. I personally prefer these to jarringly big or intensely colored lenses and would recommend these to everyone who likes the same! Hope you found the review useful! Have you tried colored contact lenses? Which color did you try out and how was your experience? Share your comments below!

Disclaimer : The lenses were sponsored by Lenscircle.com for review. However it has not affected my review of the product.

13 Comments

  1. one of the best posts ever….so informative…….you have allowed for all means of making sure we don’t end up with fake ones….and u look stunning in blue lenses!……my hair colour is dark brown and i’m fair to wheatish complexion…..what colour lenses should i use?

  2. I m using contact lenses frm Bausch & Lomb for years now..
    bt hv never tried coloured ones…
    was apprehensive about choosing the right colour for myslf…how do u choose it ?? As in, how do i decide if a particular colour i like wl really suit me or not??
    would love to hear ur experience..
    reply awaited

    1. Hi, I have experimented a bit though the first ones I tried were green and hazel. I think hazel, light brown sort of colors look most natural on Indian complexions followed by greens. Cooler colors like blue, violet and gray are difficult to pull off.

      1. Leave a comment..hey thnku so much Ankita…tht wl b of real help..as i cn surely prefer to select these ones…thnku again 😊

    2. Hi, I have experimented a bit though the first ones I tried were green and hazel. I think hazel, light brown sort of colors look most natural on Indian complexions followed by greens. Cooler colors like blue, violet and gray are difficult to pull off.

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