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Q&A:

Ken C asked I wear my Night and Day contact lenses for more that 1 month. How bad can that really be?

I really like to wake up in the morning and have perfect vision. I think these lenses are a godsend and the closest thing to laser eye surgery without spending all that money.

I get these lenses much cheaper than i get them in England as i get my brother to send them over from Thailand for me. They cost me about as much as monthly disposeables cost.

To strech out the cost i wear them much longer than your supposed to wear them. I have been doing this for 2 years and i havent had any adverse problems at all. Just a bit of dry eye that a bit of contact lense rewetter solution can sort out.

In thailand they just dish these out over the counter, which is how i got hold of them. I didnt have the extensive optition appointmens which they demanded in the UK before you got hold of these lenses. At the time it just seemed like a way for optitions to rince more money out of the poorly sighted.

Ive started to think recently that this isnt too good for my eyes. But can it really be that bad? Obviously it can’t be good. But I need to make compromises here. Im not exactly made of money!

And got the following answer:

Absolutely take the advice of iloveme, it’s very important to clean off that build up so your eye doesn’t get scratched, I did what your doing for years with the same attitude and eventually my eyes did get scratched,,,,beyond repair. now when I try to put in contact lenses, it feels like there are many hairs in there, the pain is so great it’s just not worth it. the last time I tried (got a trial pair from the eye doctor) was a year ago and it still wont work, when I scratched my eye?…9 years before that. trust me it’s not worth the money you save. take them out, clean them. be carful with your eyes.

bratty brat asked What is a good quality, reasonably priced, day/nite surveillance camera?

And got the following answer:

Hi,

There are a few good day/night or nightvision cameras available on the market from $55 – $100 (£69 – £120)

We sell the AVTECH AKE527 which is very cheap but out of all the low cost nightvision cameras I have tried, this gave the best images for the price.

Advice On Buying
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– Most cameras like these will produce similar quality images but go for a quality brand so that the camera lasts longer.

– Take into consideration how far you want to see in the dark.

– The Infra Red light on night vision cameras produces a torchlight effect when working in the dark so ensure the area to be covered is in the centre of the picture

– If there is a night / flood light in the area, go for a day/night camera without Infra Red for best quality images

Hope this info helps. Have a look at the AKE527 camera on the link below and other examples of low light cameras. Easy to purchase if you are in the UK or try Radio Shack or Circuit City if you are in the US.

http://www.securicorp.com/acatalog/CCTV_Security_Night_Vision_CCTV_Cameras_21.html

daniel sullyboy asked I am new to astronomy and would like to know if these two telescopes are worth it , thanks?

also i could possibly get a small amount off as i am local and could possibly arrange a deal through picking them up , i am hoping to get them both for £500 , would this be worth it and do they include everything i need to get stuck straight in ?

here is the link :

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/140650877233?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649

And got the following answer:

There is likely to be at least £500 reserve on those scopes. They are expensive good quality Celestron scopes. He might split them so £250-£300 for the 150mm scope would be worth going for.
The deal includes the scopes with a finder and eyepieces, and an equatorial mount. That’s all you need to get going. Buy a bicycle rear lamp as a cheap way of getting an astronomy light. Red light doesn’t affect night vision as much as white light.
Download Stellarium to see what’s in the sky. Mouse to bottom left wh3en it opens reveals the menus.Top left menu item is location.
Any deal is between you and the seller. Email the seller to see if collection can be arranged.
Best of luck. Clear skies.

Danger Mouse asked Can some give me some advice on contact lenses?

I have been wearing glasses for 20yrs and I am totally fed up with them for a number of reasons I won’t bore you with. I want to try contacts. I am going to the opticians tomorrow to see what they say but I want to hear from some contact wearers about their experiences with first.
I personally can’t afford to spend £35-50 a month on the desposable ones.
Are there any alternatives that won’t be so harsh on my eyes. I understand that the re-usable ones can hurt after a short time.
What have you found to be the easiest way around this?
Any hints or tips or specific product names would really help me.
I am in the UK so please bare in mund that I won’t be able to get hold of some U.S. products.
Thanks in advance for your help.

And got the following answer:

I wore lenses for 15 years until I had laser treatment. It was a while ago and things have moved on, but I did not have a problem with the rinsing / cleaning routine of the ‘normal’ lenses (disposables didn’t exist). Soft lenses have a higher water content and let in more air, but your optician will tell you all about this. The only downside was that I wore them all day every day and in the end my eyes were getting bloodshot through lack of oxygen, so do give yourself a break once a week if you can and wear your glasses, plus take your lenses out as soon as you get home. Also, make sure you follow the opticians advice and go back for a check-up / new pair of lenses after a year..deposits do build up on them.

My eyes have changed slightly now that I’ve got older and I wear (disposable) lenses whenever I need to drive. Acuvue didn’t suit me – I’ve got Ciba Vision’s All Day Comfort lenses. I find that I can’t wear them all day, but that’s because I’m out of practice and don’t wear them regularly, so don’t be disheartened if it takes time to adjust.

It might be worth getting a one month supply to see how you get on before you commit. Although the disposables are more expensive, the others aren’t cheap either – and you will have to pay up front. You also have to factor in cleaning materials which add up – and I don’t suggest skimping on that – it may seem ‘fine’ but you won’t be doing your eyes any favours (although the occasional ‘miss’ after a late night out will be fine).

One thing to note if you do get disposables is that, in the UK at least, the laws have changed and you may not be able to just order of the internet…although some places may bend the rules, you may have to show your prescrition.

Get costs for EVETYTHING and work out what you’ll pay over a year for each option… and take it from there.

Good luck.

Galadrin asked Inexpensive Night Vision?

I would like to get some cheap night vision binoculars/monocular/goggles. I have a realy hard time finding these things. I know that there are good quality items out there that one can get cheap. Im not looking for the best. I would prefer binoculars that i can use at night, there will be moon light. i dont know if they all take batteries, so if possible no batteries. are there any out there for under $100?
I am very sorry about this. I specified outdoor recreation. I do not know why yahoo put this here. I am hoping they will fix their mistake.

And got the following answer:

my answer is also in keeping with the topic of this page (unlike the question which does not belong in Food and Drink). Moderato, here is what I thought you meant by beer goggles.

http://img.thesun.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00622/beer_goggles_622180a.swf