Review of the Dueba Luna King Black circle lenses from Fobby Barbie
Well this design is so simple that there was no surprise at all when the lenses arrived vs the online promo pictures. It is a single tone black lens featuring a thick limbal ring with comma shaped spokes coming inward. They are softer lines, not spiky like a lot of lenses. The way they are designed look like brush stroke due to the softness and asymmetry of the lines. The design looks a bit transparent in the bottle or lens case but no blue shows through. Personally, I like the dramatic contrast between a black lens and my natural blue eyes. I imagine these would look a lot more natural on a dark eyed person.
These lenses are 14.5mm which is on the larger side of things with a water content of only 38% which is quite a bit lower than my usual lenses. Higher water content lenses I can usually wear all day with no problems or discomfort. These dried out and were less comfortable after half a day, but it wasn't so bad as to take them out. I bet if I had some nice rewetting drops on hand these lenses would have been more comfortable.
Not as enlarging as other lenses with more complex designs. They do enlarge quite a bit though with the whole being 14.5mm and being black. I have had bigger lenses that have made me look alien, these are big without being huge. I thought they would be a bit bigger though.
Fobby Barbie is a reputable site that has a nice selection and a fairly easy to navigate site. They stock Dueba/G&G, i.Fairy, Kimchi, Geo, Eos, and Neo Vision. Their shipping is reasonable with many free shipping offers and low shipping costs otherwise. Lens prices range between $9 sale price to $25 normal pricing. I can live with that! Oh and they offer rX lenses, not just plano, incredibly important for my blind eyes! One note though, I ordered one other pair that haven't arrived yet and the warehouse those lenses shipped from is so swamped that I did not get a tracking number for them.