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Post LASIK Shield

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  • $4.95


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NOTE: This product is being discontinued.

About Post LASIK Shield

  • Inexpensive night protection option
  • Large, clear, lens (not flexible)
  • Wide adjustable strap
  • Gaps in foam for venting
  • Returnable. See policy details

Description (by Rebecca)

This is an inexpensive post LASIK shield.

Potential uses:

  • Non-sealing moisture shield 
  • Physical barrier against fans, etc
  • Physical barrier protection against rubbing eye on pillow ("Floppy Eyelid Syndrome")

Comfort: To me, it's not as comfortable as the post LASIK goggle listed here (presses a bit too much on my cheekbones), but these things vary a lot by user since we all have different facial bone structures.

It may be worth trying if you need a quick and transparent solution. It might also be a good item also for folks in a medical facility where nursing staff may not be available to help deal with more complicated products. For comfort reasons this would not be my first choice for a stomach sleeper, but I wouldn't rule it out either.

Like the post LASIK goggles, there is an intentional gap in the foam at the sides (under the strap) for breathability. Due to its stiff structure, it may or may not fit very closely to your face.

I was sharing this with the team and Ally pointed out that it could probably be used during the day as a protective moisture chamber as well. However, as with all goggles, fogging is likely to be a problem.

Description (from the manufacturer's literature)

Flare Clear Polycarbonate lens 3 holes in lens. SBR Foam. Goggle adjustable strap with one buckle.

Video

NOTE: This product is being discontinued.

About Post LASIK Shield

  • Inexpensive night protection option
  • Large, clear, lens (not flexible)
  • Wide adjustable strap
  • Gaps in foam for venting
  • Returnable. See policy details

Description (by Rebecca)

This is an inexpensive post LASIK shield.

Potential uses:

  • Non-sealing moisture shield 
  • Physical barrier against fans, etc
  • Physical barrier protection against rubbing eye on pillow ("Floppy Eyelid Syndrome")

Comfort: To me, it's not as comfortable as the post LASIK goggle listed here (presses a bit too much on my cheekbones), but these things vary a lot by user since we all have different facial bone structures.

It may be worth trying if you need a quick and transparent solution. It might also be a good item also for folks in a medical facility where nursing staff may not be available to help deal with more complicated products. For comfort reasons this would not be my first choice for a stomach sleeper, but I wouldn't rule it out either.

Like the post LASIK goggles, there is an intentional gap in the foam at the sides (under the strap) for breathability. Due to its stiff structure, it may or may not fit very closely to your face.

I was sharing this with the team and Ally pointed out that it could probably be used during the day as a protective moisture chamber as well. However, as with all goggles, fogging is likely to be a problem.

Description (from the manufacturer's literature)

Flare Clear Polycarbonate lens 3 holes in lens. SBR Foam. Goggle adjustable strap with one buckle.