Proclear Multifocal (3 lenses)

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Proclear Multifocal Contact Lenses

Proclear Multifocal are monthly contact lenses manufactured by CooperVision to correct presbyopia. Presbyopia is a common eye defect that often manifests itself as we approach middle age, and is a natural consequence of the aging process.

Multifocal technology

Thanks to the unique Balanced Progressive™ technology, Proclear Multifocal contact lenses ensure clear, comfortable vision at all distances.

Hydration system

The lenses' PC moisturising technology forms a protective water film on the lenses' surface, which helps to counteract dehydration and prevent the accumulation of deposits and impurities on its surface.

Note: It is NOT recommend to buy multifocal lenses without prior advice from your eye-care specialist.

Properties - Proclear Multifocal (3 lenses)

Manufacturer: CooperVision
BC: 8.70
DIA: 14.40
Pack size: 3 lenses
Add power: +1.00 D, +1.00 N, +1.50 D, +1.50 N, +2.00 D, +2.00 N, +2.50 D, +2.50 N
Expiration: 12 months and more
Replacement schedule: 30 Days
Oxygen permeability: 42 Dk/t
Water content: 62%
Power range: from -8.00 to +6.00
Extended or overnight wear: No
UV filter: No
Lenses Material: Omafilcon B
Product name: Proclear Multifocal
Medical Device: Yes


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Steve Hunt

What is the difference between Proclear multifocal and proclear multifocal xr?


Hi Steve, Proclear Multifocal contact lenses also feature an "extended range" (xr) of prescription strengths. Proclear Multifocal XR has powers ranging from -20.0 to +20.0 and ADD powers up to +4.00. If your prescription is outside the range of powers offered by Proclear Multifocal (-8.0 to +6.0), you'll need the XR range.


With proclear multifocal add powers, how do i know which eye is d and which eye is n???


Dear Sharon, D and N refer to your dominant and non-dominant eyes. This information should be available in your prescription. If you have questions about which of your eyes is dominant, it's best to check with your optician to confirm.