AC Lens - Contacts For Less!

AC Lens - First in Quality, Service, Price

With the high cost of traditional retail contact lenses, many people are now  purchasing their lenses online. Traditional Opticians have such expenses as office space, staff salaries, and general overhead expenses. These costs get transferred to the consumer. More people are discovering that buying them online is a much more affordable way of acquiring contact lenses.
AC Lens, is a leading online contact lens retailer and provides quality contact lens products, excellent service, and competitive prices. The company was founded AC Lens in 1995 and was one of the first to sell contact lenses online when it’s web-site was launched in 1996.
According to Founder & CEO Peter M. Clarkson, MD, “Our company has established itself as a leading online contact lens retailer by focusing on the customer experience and low prices". The AC Lens staff is comprised of customer service specialists who focus all their energy on knowing everything there is to know about contact lenses. AC Lens representatives receive extensive training that enables them to provide expert advice and personalized service to contact lens wearers. Customers can be certain that when they order contact lenses from AC Lens that they will be helped by someone who is a contact lens expert, and not someone who handles a variety of disparate products. AC Lens is authorized by the four major contact lens manufacturers, Vistakon,
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Bausch & Lomb, Ciba Vision, and Cooper Vision, and strives to keep all top brand contact lenses like Acuvue, Focus, SofLens, O2-Optix, Biomedics, and Freshlook in stock and ready for immediate delivery. In addition, shoppers and browsers can seek advice from licensed Doctors of Optometry and visit www.aclens.com/forums/, where AC Lens has offered a contact lens discussion arena to provide a forum for contact lens wearers to share their experiences. The company also acts as the Lifetips.com contact lens guru in order to help answer questions about contact lenses and to keep people informed about contacts in general.