SKU: EZI 0001

EZI Lens Applicator Ring (for mini sclerals & hybrids)

Rated 3.7 out of 5
Based on 3 reviews
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    About the EZI 

    • Ring style lens inserter
    • Helpful alternative for insertion challenges
    • Please be careful in choosing the right size, and consult with your lens provider!

    Description (by Rebecca)

    I first started stocking the EZI ring applicators for scleral lenses back in 2015. As with all lens plungers, they are not for everyone, but they are really valued by certain users. For some people they seem to make all the difference in being able to get the lens in. One of the advantages is that it frees up most of your insertion hand to help with the lid spread.

    How do you choose the right size inserter? The manufacturer's packaging says that the mini/hybrid version is for lenses 13mm or less. Occasionally there have been issues about size selection, and we cannot provide you with failsafe advice about this. But if you have lenses 15mm or more in diameter, you probably need the one for scleral lenses instead. Please make sure to talk to your doctor and verify your lens size.

    Description (from the manufacturer's literature)

    The EZI Lens Applicator ring provides these unique features and benefits:

    • One finger lens insertion
    • Lens self-positioning
    • Less air entrapment
    • Proven safe and effective
    • Works with mini-scleral and hybrid lenses 15mm and smaller
    • Flexible band fits most finger sizes
    • The EZi Lens Applicator ring is made of pliable medical grade plastic. The ring expands to accommodate a range of finger sizes.

    Usage and care

    What is the EZI lens applicator ring used for?

    Inserting mini scleral lenses or hybrid lenses.

    Instructions for use

    1. Thoroughly wash hands with soap and water. Rinse well. 
    2. Remove applicator ring from storage container. 
    3. Rinse applicator ring with doctor prescribed saline solution. 
    4. Place applicator ring on index finder (palm side up). 
    5. Center lens on top of ring. 
    6. Fill lens with doctor prescribed sterile saline solution. 
    7. Apply lens to eye with applicator ring.

    Cleaning and care

    1. Rinse applicator ring with doctor recommended cleaning solution. 
    2. Gently rub surface with your fingers. 
    3. Rinse thoroughly. 
    4. Allow applicator ring to air dry. 
    average rating 3.7 out of 5
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    Reviewed by catherine B., from United States
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Age Range
    61 - 70
    Gender
    Female
    Use scleral lenses or PROSE
    Yes
    Eye Condition(s)
    • Keratoconus or PMD
    • Dry eye disease
    Systemic diseases/conditions related to eye issues
    • CPAP user
    Rated 5 out of 5
    Review posted

    Ezl lens applicator ring

    Helped me to be able to put my lense in w, app

    Helped with putting in my sclera lens a lot...

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    Reviewed by Pat M., from United States
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    I recommend this product
    Gender
    Female
    Use scleral lenses or PROSE
    Yes
    Eye Condition(s)
    • Dry eye disease
    Systemic diseases/conditions related to eye issues
    • Sjogrens/Lupus/Rheumatoid arthritis
    Rated 1 out of 5
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    Exit lens ring

    I’m a NWA wearer of scleral lenses and have great difficulty and getting them in my eyes. Thought the ring would help but it hasn’t at all.

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    DryEyeShop

    I'm so sorry this device was not helpful to you. If you need any fresh ideas about techniques or tools, please see our tutorial here: https://dryeyeshop.com/pages/scleral-lens-tutorial-lens-insertion Or join the Facebook group My Big Fat Scleral Lens. Learning insertion is a process and different people need different tools :) Rebecca

    Reviewed by Tammy
    Verified Buyer
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 out of 5
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    Great product

    I was having trouble with the plunger, getting the lens in wasn't the problem, but I almost always had bubbles in my right eye, there were days I had to take it out 4 or 5 times. After purchasing this ring, I seldom have to take my lens out and start over. Such an improvement! Yes...I know it's plastic...and it's not super cheap, but it's a great product!

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