Hi! I recently found out about Hubble. There’s a lot of buzz out there for this new company. I wanted to talk about them in the blog because they are simplifying contact lenses ordering, they’re affordable and best of all, environmentally friendly. Only one thing is missing in that list: quality. That’s something I have to try in order to judge. I wonder if it will perform well or will the quality be reflective of the price?
I love supporting brands that are changing the way people buy something that’s usually expensive/simplifying an overwhelming process (customer-needs-first approach, not exploiting-customer-needs); providing affordable high quality products/services while being ecologically conscious. Those are my main qualifications for patronizing a brand. I am not always affiliated with these companies so I don’t always make money when I talk about them. My main goal is to help others simplify their lives and find really great affordable alternatives to the norm. Hubble is definitely promising us that. We’ll see if the last qualification checks out.
I’m on my last pair of monthly contact lenses. I’ve realized that the monthly ones are more wasteful for me because I only wear it 3 or 4x out of the month but daily contacts are too expensive.
High prices leave contact lens wearers like you with a tough choice: either overpay for contacts or overwear them to save money, risking eye damage. We started Hubble so you don’t have to choose between your health and your wallet.Customer-first approach and affordability by Hubble Contacts
We want you to have both healthy eyes and a healthy environment. So both our lens packs and our boxes are 100% recyclable. We help you see the world – you can help make it worth seeing.We see green by Hubble Contacts
WOW. That definitely peaked my interest and of course decided to order.
They were giving away 2-weeks worth or 15 single-day wear contact lenses to try for free. All I had to pay for was a $3 shipping. Here’s a little bit more information on the lenses:
Hubble lenses have a base curve of 8.6 and a diameter of 14.2. They are made of methafilcon A.Hubble Contacts
I, of course was initially attracted to it because of how beautiful their branding is and the packaging. Now that I got these for free, I am actually wondering if it’s a good alternative to my Doctor-provided contacts. I only get $100 coverage for contact lenses per year and I already used it when I bought my 6-month worth of lenses. What am I supposed to do for the rest of the year?
I will do a review when my contact lenses come in but in the mean time, if you have tried them before let me know what your thoughts are on this company. Let me know!
Stay tuned for my review on this product soon!