Countact Electronic Contact Lens Cases

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By Andrew Liszewski

Based on the name, I have to assume these electronic contact lens cases are either designed for a European nobleman having a rank that’s equal to a British Earl, or for people who have a hard time remembering how long it’s been since they’ve replaced their contacts. I’m inclined to believe it’s for the former, but most of the websites selling this thing seem to be targeting it towards the latter.

The Countact Lens Case features a simple blacklit LCD display which will show how many days your current set of contacts have been worn. It does require the user to remember to press a ‘counter’ button every time they change their contact lenses, but the lens case will do the rest by not only keep tracking of how long it’s been, but alerting you when it’s time to replace your lenses. And you can customize the ‘expiry’ date from anywhere between 14 to 30 days. They’re available from for $33.97 which actually gets you a pack of 4 since the built-in, non-replaceable battery powering the display is only good for about 3 months.

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11 thoughts on “Countact Electronic Contact Lens Cases”

  1. Can't replace the battery so this is very expensive – the battery only lasts a few months! Also my doctor told me to replace my contact lens case monthly because it grows all sorts of nasty fungus once you fill it with solution. There is no way to stop the growth even if you clean it. He says the best thing I can do for my eyes is to replace my contact lens case monthly.

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