#1036: Noncontacts

If you wear contact lenses which don’t get discarded every night, you probably carry a small case around, just in case they need to be stored temporarily.

If your eyes have become dry or sore, it’s a real pain to have to cart about spectacles to change into as well.


Today’s invention is a contact lens case the containers of which are held together by a springy band. Each container has a clear base which is actually a screw-in lens, matching your prescription.

If you need to remove your contacts at any time, pop them in the cases with some fluid at the bottom, reseal and then apply the pince-nez case to one’s nose for more relaxed vision.

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