Hubble Contacts sells prescription affordable contact lenses. It only offers one type of lenses: the daily-type of disposable lenses made of methafilcon A, a hydrogel lens material.
At Hubble Contacts, users can find a local eye doctor for an eye exam, and subscribe for monthly shipments of contact lenses.
Hubble’s contact lens brand contact lenses are a new brand, made by St. Shine Optical Co., a contact lens manufacturer in Taipei, Taiwan. It is not selling third-party brands. Hubble contacts are FDA approved and have been for over 10 years.
Consumers need a current, valid prescription to order. Keep reading for pros and cons of ordering Hubble contact lenses.
Customers can get 15 pairs of contacts for free by just paying for the shipping and handling, $1, plus sales tax.
It's like a 2-week free trial for the subscription service.
A helpful monthly subscription is available at a cost of $36 per month plus $3 shipping.
You will get a box of 60 lenses every 28 days. It doesn’t have to be monthly; you can change the frequency.
Hubble will keep in touch with your doctor if your prescription is expiring.
Hubble’s affordable, proprietary contact lenses are cheaper than some better-known brands.
Although this is an online retailer, it does accept FSA and HSA payments associated with a major financial institution.
Hubble doesn’t have a product return policy. However, if something arrives damaged or defective, you should contact customer service.
If your monthly subscription ships out, but your prescription changed, you can’t cancel. You do have to pay for a new box.
While Hubble sells contact lenses powers ranging from -0.50 to -12.00 and +0.5 to +6.00., it doesn’t cater to customers with severe astigmatism who need to wear toric lenses.
It also don’t have multifocal or bifocal contact lenses.
Only daily lenses are offered, no longer-term lenses like bi-weekly or monthly. They aren’t the kind that you clean with contact solution and store for later. While other brands may offer different varieties of contacts for various customer needs, Hubble only has one type.
When you order contacts from Hubble, you can’t use your insurance, unless you have an out-of-network benefit to get reimbursed. This online contact retailer doesn’t work directly with any vision insurance companies.
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