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Vertex Contact Lenses

About Vertex Contacts

About Vertex Contacts

The Vertex brand of contact lenses is produced by CooperVision, a soft contact lens manufacturer and eye care division of the Cooper Companies, Inc. CooperVision was incorporated in 1980 and went public in 1983. Ever since that time, the company has been growing steadily. Since the acquisition of Ocular Sciences, Inc. in 2004, CooperVision has become the third-largest soft contact lens manufacturer in the world. Primarily known for making the popular contact brand Biofinity, Proclear, and Avaira, CooperVision brand contact lenses use a range of different technologies to provide their customers with the best combination of comfort, convenience, and quality. Their lenses are offered in a variety of different replacement schedules, including daily disposable lenses and lenses that only have to be replaced every three months.

Vertex Sphere contact lenses are designed to correct nearsightedness or farsightedness. Offered in a two-week replacement schedule, Vertex contacts should be replaced every other week. This replacement schedule balances the health benefits of daily disposable contact lenses with the convenience of contacts that are replaced every month. Another benefit of Vertex contact lenses is that they’re manufactured using CooperVision’s UltraSync Technology. This process produces an incredible edge on every lens which makes them more stable on the eye. CooperVision’s use of UltraSync Technology makes Vertex contact lenses consistently comfortable and clear.

CooperVision also offers Vertex Toric lenses for wearers who have astigmatism, an eye condition that can result in significant discomfort, blurred vision, and headaches. Designed specifically to address these issues, wearers can see clearly and avoid the discomfort they might experience with other toric contact lenses. Similar to Vertex contacts, Vertex Toric lenses are offered in a two-week replacement schedule. They are also tinted a light blue color so that they can be located easily in contact lens solution. For wearers with a higher level of astigmatism, there are Vertex Toric XR lenses, which provide a higher level of vision correction.

CooperVision’s Vertex contact lenses are an excellent choice for wearers who are nearsighted, farsighted, or have astigmatism. Since 1995, has been proud to offer high-quality contact lenses at discount prices. Order CooperVision’s Vertex brand of contact lenses from and enjoy hassle-free returns, quick shipping, and a 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who makes Vertex contacts?
Vertex brand is manufactured by Coopervision.
Are Vertex contact lenses being discontinued?
No, Vertex Sphere (Encore Sphere) contacts have not been discontinued by CooperVision. They continue to be produced, marketed, and sold on
Can you sleep with Vertex contacts?
It's not advisable to wear Vertex contacts while you sleep. Overnight wearing of lenses is not safe unless your doctor has prescribed lenses that are specially made for the situation.
Can you shower with Vertex contacts?
No. Wearing Vertex contact lenses in water is not advised. You shouldn't wear contact lenses when swimming or taking a shower.
Are Vertex contact lenses a good brand?
Vertex contacts are an excellent option if you're searching for lenses that are comfortable, consistently clear, and simple to use. This includes UltraSync design, which has a consistently thin, precise edge—greatly reducing discomfort.