Clariti, similar to ClearSight, is a daily contact lens product, made by CooperVision. CooperVision has been a global leader in creating high-quality contacts since 1980.
Clariti is a family of daily contact lenses with three options under the brand family:
– Clariti 1 Day (their standard daily)
– Clariti 1 Day Multifocal (their mutlifocal option for people with presbyopia)
Clariti is one of CooperVision’s newest and most high-end brands. Clariti is advertised extensively throughout the CooperVision site and CooperVision is quick to note the awards Clariti has won (including Contact Lens Product of the Year in 2012 for their Toric lens) as well as to highlight the technologies that make Clariti so special.
Clariti Reviews Analyzed:
The following table looks at several popular Clariti reviews, citing an average of the reviews that were found. Sites used to create this aggregate include VisionDirect, ContactLensKing, Google, and more.
|Clariti 1 Day||Clariti 1 Day Multifocal||Clariti 1 Day Toric|
|Average Score||4.9 Stars||
|Total 5 Star Reviews||
|Total 1 Star Reviews||
In general, the reviews are very positive for Clariti. People love the fit and comfort of these daily lenses, with the most common complaint being the price. These are clearly a high-end prodcut that has been invested in heavily by CooperVision. The reuslts show and most people go home happy, assuming they can afford the offering.
To get a sense of the price, a 30-pack of Clariti’s standard 1-day lens, gives you 45-pairs of contacts for $54.00 on Simple Contacts.
With Clariti, quality is not an issue, but price might be. Here are what some of the reviewers said:
“Clariti 1 day lenses are the best daily disposable lenses I have tried, very comfortable wearing long days, eyes do not dry up as much and these do not tear as easily as cheaper lenses. Also less frequent infections. Very happy indeed!”
“I recently changed over to Clariti 1 day lenses as recommended by my optician and have found them to be very comfortable for all day wear without drying out. This lens was slightly thicker than my old lens as it’s a more breathable product and I have adjusted to it with no issues. Highly recommended. ”
This person re-iterates that the lenses are good, but expensive.
“These are the first type of harder lenses I’ve tried and I’m really happy with them. Much better than other similar brands. A little bit more expensive, but worth the money.”
Below is a short review, but one of a few people that does complain about comfort (or dryness) with Clariti. While the vast majority of people love the comfort, not everyone does, so this is a good reminder to try for yourself and see if you find them more comfortable than other brands. Furthermore, some people found the comfort the same as with other less expensive brands, so not worth the extra money.
“Good but not really comfortable.”