Cooper Vision - Frequency 55
  • 55% Water content
  • 14.2mm Lens diameter

Frequency 55 Monthly disposable

  • Ease of handling
  • Stable form
  • Water content: 55%
  • Oxygen permeability: 24Dk/t
  • Lens diameter: 14.4mm
  • Base curve: 8.6, 8.8 and 8.9mm
    Powers available: +8.00D to -10.00D in grades of 0.25D (0.5D grades from -8.00D)
  • Handling tint: light blue
  • Usage instructions: monthly lenses for daily wear
  • Contents: 6 contact lenses
  • Identical to: Switch Disposables

Quality monthly lenses from Cooper Vision

Frequency 55, produced by the contact lens specialists at Cooper Vision, is a contact lens that has been designed for month-long daily wear. Cooper Vision is a leading European lens manufacturer with an innovative research department.

Frequency 55 contact lenses are ideal for first-time wearers. The lenses have a light blue tint, making it easy to find the lenses in your eye and in the lens case. The sturdiness of Frequency 55 contact lenses means that they rarely fold over whilst on your finger and can be easily removed from the eye.

Frequency 55 contact lenses give you a whole new level of freedom. Playing sport or at a concert, glasses are often in the way. But it's not just during leisure time that contact lenses have clear benefits: how many times have your glasses steamed up standing over a pan of boiling water, or outside in the rain or snow - well-fitting Frequency 55 contact lenses provide clear vision in all situations.

Mister Spex offers Frequency 55 contact lenses in three different base curve radiuses and for a broad range of prescriptions (+8D to -10D). This means that you can order contact lenses to perfectly match your prescription values as provided by your eye doctor or optician.

Don't miss out on the bundle offers available when you order Frequency 55 contact lenses from the Mister Spex online store!

Please note

Mister Spex advises all online purchasers of Frequency 55: the contact lenses, Frequency 55, should always be fitted to your eyes by an eye doctor or optician. The period between fittings, unless otherwise prescribed by an eye doctor or optician, should not exceed 6 months. You should go for regular check-ups. The manufacturer CooperVision/your eye doctor/optician's recommended wearing time for Frequency 55 contact lenses should be followed strictly. It is your own personal responsibility to make yourself aware of the care instructions for Frequency 55 contact lenses should also be known and followed accordingly. In case of eye irritation or visual impairments caused by Frequency 55, remove the contact lenses immediately and consult an eye doctor or optician. Damaged contact lenses should be replaced immediately.

Failure to comply with these safety precautions can cause permanent damage to your eyes and vision.

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Product number: 0315-3110-101

Cooper Vision
Cooper Vision
Frequency 55

Prescription details Hilfe

Please enter the values for your contact lenses. You can find these on your prescription form or your last contact lenses packet.

Correction values for contact lenses
Single eye correction values

If you select more than one packet, you can enter your correction values for both eyes.


  1. Your prescription details are the results of your last eye test. They comprise the following values: sphere (Sph), cylinder (Cyl), axis (A) and addition power (ADD). On all prescriptions you will find a sphere value. If you have astigmatism, you will also find values for cyl and A. Multi-focal lenses for presbyopia have an addition power (ADD).
  2. The term base curve refers to the curvature of the inside surface of the contact lens. Larger base curves provide a looser fit to your cornea. Smaller (or "steeper") base curves provide a tighter fit.
  3. The diameter of a contact lens refers to the size of the lens, from one side to the other. Smaller eyes will need smaller lenses, and larger eyes need lenses with a larger diameter.
  4. The colour of your lenses.
  5. The sphere is the basic strength of your contact lenses, measured in dioptres (D). If a plus value is indicated, then you are far-sighted. A minus value indicates short-sightedness.
  6. Where a corneal astigmatism is present, cylinder value refers to the strength required to correct said astigmatism. It is measured in dioptres and can be a negative (short-sighted) or positive (far-sighted) value.
  7. The axis value states the direction of the corneal astigmatism (irregular curvature of the cornea). It is measured in degrees from 0 to 180.
  8. An addition power is found on prescriptions for presbyopia. It refers to the additional strength required for near vision. It can be a a +/- diopritic value (distant R/L: -2.00D and Add. R/L: +2.00D), but also an ascending valule(distant R/L: +2.00D and Add. R/L: +2.00D - +4.00D).
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