What are Hubble contacts and how does it work? Our FAQ.


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Hubble is one of the most popular contact lens subscription boxes on the market. The goal of this post is to provide answers to common questions. If you want to learn more about Hubble check out our Hubble reviews, coupons and other news.

What are Hubble contacts?

Hubble contacts are a monthly contact lens subscription service that cost $30 a month. These contacts are daily disposable lenses with one optimized design for crystal clear vision. Shipped in 100% recyclable boxes, Hubble contacts are made of 55% water and made for all-day comfort. These contacts are made of high-grade methafilcon A hydrogel material that prevent your contacts from drying out.

If you’re a new customer, you’ll receive your first Hubble lenses for free as Hubble offers a trial period. Shipping and handling cost $4 making your total for 60 lenses. All you need is your contact lens prescription and doctor’s information to get started.

Who founded Hubble contacts?

Hubble contacts’ co-founders are Ben Cogan and Jesse Horwitz wanted to make daily disposable lenses more affordable. Daily disposable contacts are worn all over the world and proven to be one of the healthiest contacts to wear. Extended wear contacts are expensive and can often lead to infection with improper care and use. With Hubble contacts, you can wear daily lenses for barely a dollar a day so you won’t have to choose between your health and your wallet.

Want to learn more about Hubble contacts and what the MSA community thinks of Hubble? Go to our Hubble review page here.