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Blind Black - Blindfold contact lenses (pair with 12 month lifespan)

 

We are original designers and the first company to manufacture this type of contact, so we know the typical reasons for their use. We are the supplier to Insex, InfernalRestraints, The Upper Floor and many others in that industry.  Aside from that, we also supply mainstream media, such as Niander Wallace (Jared Leto) in Blade Runner 2049.

 

These 14.2mm standard contacts have no clear pupil to see through. They are entirely black, non-sclera contact lenses. These are not a mesh pattern; they block light from entering your eyes acting as a form of blindform, so should not be left alone.

 

We also have the BLINDFOLD - White variety which we designed and are available for sale which work excellently in bright light conditions also.

 

Our design has been used for the filming of many adult videos available online, are now sold in major adult high street shops, were used during the filming of the Blade Runner sequel to immerse Jared Leto into a blind state of mind.

 

Purchase Includes:

- Pair of 14.2mm blind black contacts (2 lenses)

- Contact lenses storage case

 

As these are not sclera contacts they are not part of our free lenses offer (i.e. no additional free pair will be included with the purchase).

 

Delivery will be by USPS or Royal Mail, dispatched worldwide the next working day (see shipping for more information).

 

Be sure to read the Wear and Care guide before using these contacts. It also includes details of these contacts, including tips on how to put them in.

BLINDFOLD - Blackout Contacts

$39.99Price
Bulk Options:
  • Blind black non-sclera contact lenses

    - Diameter: 14.2mm

    - Vision is obstructed

    - PWR (Not applicable)

    - BC 8.6

    - Cost is for 2 contact lenses (1 pair)

    - Can be used for up to 12 months from opening (assuming careful storage and handling). We recommend more regular replacements if worn frequently.

     

    Please note that sclera contacts are not medical devices.