DMV 45 angled lens remover

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Rated 5.0 out of 5
2 Reviews
  • $3.40


About the DMV 45 Angled Lens Remover

  • For use with RGP and scleral lenses and PROSE devices
  • Comes with hard plastic case
  • Light blue
  • Angled 

Description (by Rebecca)

This is a specially shaped lens remover angled at 45 degrees so that your fingers are out of the line of sight while removing your lens.

Please note that because of the angle on the handle, this remover is (or at least seems!) shorter than the regular DMV Ultra... for those who have tried this and not liked it, that's the inevitable complaint. But for others, it seems to be just the right thing. I find that it's especially helpful for those with low vision or only one seeing eye.

Description (from the manufacturer's literature)

The DMV® 45™ was developed to improve viewing of the eye while removing and inserting GP lenses. The handle is angled at 45 degrees for better viewing.

With the DMV® 45™, Insertion and removal are done at 45 degree angle with the fingers out of the line of sight.

Usage and care

What is the DMV 45 used for?

Removing gas permeable lenses, including PROSE and sclerals. Not suitable for removing soft contacts.

Instructions for use

NOTE FROM REBECCA: These instructions are for RGPs, not scleral lenses! You should never place a DMV 45 right on the center of a scleral lens unless instructed to do so by your doctor.

Removal

Moisten the suction cup of the DMV 45 and guide it to the eye. Be sure the contact lens is centered on the eye. Align the suction cup in front of the lens and touch it to the center of the lens by using a mirror. Take the contact lens directly from the eye. After removal, carefully slide the contact lens sideways from the suction cup.

Insertion

Place the wet contact lens on the shallow dimple in the narrow end of the handle. The wet lens will adhere in this position. Touch the lens to the eye.

Precaution

In the event that the suction cup would be unintentionally attached to the eye, merely slide it to the outside corner and it can be easily removed by turning. 

Keep this and all other medical devices away from small children. Use of this contact lens accessory product not recommended with diseased or injured eye. 

Caution: This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. 

Cleaning and care

Keep your DMV 45 clean by washing it frequently with warm soapy water. Allow to air dry. Store the device in its case after dry.

Warranty information

If you have suction problems with your DMV 45, we're happy to replace it. 
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Much easier to use

I love this remover because I find it much easier to remove the lenses with this one than the regular remover. NOTE FROM REBECCA: Glad it's working for you! - Rebecca

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Love this plunger!

I've used the regular removal plunger since getting my sceral lenses seversl months ago. I just bought 2 of these and to me, I have absolutely no trouble removing the lenses like I did w/the regular one. I'm buying more!

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About the DMV 45 Angled Lens Remover

  • For use with RGP and scleral lenses and PROSE devices
  • Comes with hard plastic case
  • Light blue
  • Angled 

Description (by Rebecca)

This is a specially shaped lens remover angled at 45 degrees so that your fingers are out of the line of sight while removing your lens.

Please note that because of the angle on the handle, this remover is (or at least seems!) shorter than the regular DMV Ultra... for those who have tried this and not liked it, that's the inevitable complaint. But for others, it seems to be just the right thing. I find that it's especially helpful for those with low vision or only one seeing eye.

Description (from the manufacturer's literature)

The DMV® 45™ was developed to improve viewing of the eye while removing and inserting GP lenses. The handle is angled at 45 degrees for better viewing.

With the DMV® 45™, Insertion and removal are done at 45 degree angle with the fingers out of the line of sight.

Usage and care

What is the DMV 45 used for?

Removing gas permeable lenses, including PROSE and sclerals. Not suitable for removing soft contacts.

Instructions for use

NOTE FROM REBECCA: These instructions are for RGPs, not scleral lenses! You should never place a DMV 45 right on the center of a scleral lens unless instructed to do so by your doctor.

Removal

Moisten the suction cup of the DMV 45 and guide it to the eye. Be sure the contact lens is centered on the eye. Align the suction cup in front of the lens and touch it to the center of the lens by using a mirror. Take the contact lens directly from the eye. After removal, carefully slide the contact lens sideways from the suction cup.

Insertion

Place the wet contact lens on the shallow dimple in the narrow end of the handle. The wet lens will adhere in this position. Touch the lens to the eye.

Precaution

In the event that the suction cup would be unintentionally attached to the eye, merely slide it to the outside corner and it can be easily removed by turning. 

Keep this and all other medical devices away from small children. Use of this contact lens accessory product not recommended with diseased or injured eye. 

Caution: This product contains natural rubber latex which may cause allergic reactions. 

Cleaning and care

Keep your DMV 45 clean by washing it frequently with warm soapy water. Allow to air dry. Store the device in its case after dry.

Warranty information

If you have suction problems with your DMV 45, we're happy to replace it. 
average rating 5.0 out of 5
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100% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
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Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Much easier to use

I love this remover because I find it much easier to remove the lenses with this one than the regular remover. NOTE FROM REBECCA: Glad it's working for you! - Rebecca

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Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Love this plunger!

I've used the regular removal plunger since getting my sceral lenses seversl months ago. I just bought 2 of these and to me, I have absolutely no trouble removing the lenses like I did w/the regular one. I'm buying more!

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