Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Contact Lens Review: K2015 Gray (JS)

Most of the time, I find myself more attracted to colored contact lenses with interesting patterns. I love the ones that are so "out there." Especially the ones that provide either a very drastic color change or a very noticeable enlargement to the irises. I think if you're gonna drop the glasses and stick something foreign into your eyes, at least make it different from your regular look. Right?

When I first saw the K2015 Gray (JS) online at Klenspop, my first impression of it was it's just another grey lens that wouldn't do much. But when I got these last month, I was a bit surprised. Compared to the photos on the site, they look a bit different in person. They're mesmerizing when worn, especially outdoors!

Front of the box

Back of the box

The entire package contains the ff: 
- Circle Lens Vials
- Bonus Contact lens Case
- Bonus Lens Tweezers

The packaging looks colorful and funky just like the one I previously had but with a different illustration of the girl. I haven't collected all of them yet but if ever I am getting another pair, I am excited to see which girl I am getting next.

Front view of the K2015 Gray vials

Back view of the K2015 Gray vials

K2015 Gray (JS)

Origin: Korea
Diameter: 14.2 mm
Graphic Diameter: 14mm
Base Curve: 8.6 mm
Water Content: 38%
Lifespan: 6 months
Prescription / Power: Plano to -8.00

Like the usual, I got them in my prescription... They haven't gone up for years already so I'm keeping my fingers crossed that they'll go down someday.


Here's what they look like when worn:

Natural Light

Indoor Light

With Flash

Rating: 3/5 stars

The design of the K2015 Gray (JS) has a unique 3-toned pattern that I couldn't find anywhere else. The closest thing that it resembles is if it were a hybrid of the popular Geo Angel series and the Geo Bella series. The fine lines of the gray inner sunburst pattern mixed with the black dotted inner ring blends so beautifully on the eyes. It does tend to make me look a bit cross-eyed due to the small pupil hole, but it isn't a deal breaker for me since I love the thick limbal ring that isn't too solid black.. It's in dark brown so it wouldn't look as harsh on the eyes as most thick limbal rings do. 


From Top to Bottom: Canis Grey, K2015 Gray (JS) and Lenspop Bunny 3 Color Gray

See how it looks grey here...

While here it appears to look violet...

And then here, it looks a bit blue...

Rating: 4/5 stars

If you want color change, you've got it. The graphic print for these lenses are so opaque that even the darkest eyes will turn out gray. However, there are times that they don't look like "true gray." A thing I find cool about these are they seem to appear blue, purple and sometimes a bit brown depending on the lighting.


Rating: 4/5 stars

Another fascinating thing about these is they're just your typical regular sized 14.2mm lens, but they look a bit bigger because of the thick brown limbal ring. This is perfect if you're going for a not too exaggerated dolled up look.


Rating: 5/5 stars

When I do a contact lens review, I make it a point to wear them for a long period before blogging about them. These are very comfortable and they don't move too much in my eyeballs. So far, I've been using them for a month and I haven't encountered any discomfort or any irritation with these lenses. Provided that I don't overextend their wear so they wouldn't dry my eyes.


The K2015 Gray (JS) is one of those lenses that will definitely draw some attention in to your eyes. I think that these would be best worn on parties. I prefer to wear them with a heavy eye makeup to make the colors of my eyeshadow pop out more. They don't look anything natural because of the thick limbal ring. But if you're tired of your usual look and would like to try something different; the K2015 Gray is perfect for you!

Klenspop is the leading company of circle lens and cosmetic lens in South Korea. For more affordable Korean contact lens like this you better check out Klenspop's online shop at http://klenspop.com/en/ where they have a wide variety of designs, different brands and sweet deals / discounts!

PS: If I were you, I'd take advantage of their special sale. Currently, they have test lenses for as low as $3 each! That's something I'd love to see!


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