Contact-lense Blindfold

Derek left a comment regarding surreptitious BDSM equipment relating to contact lenses which are made as blindfolds. A fantastic idea but I have heard stories of fancy dress contact lenses causing damage so could never myself take the risk of using these BDSM lenses on a precious sub of mine. And there is the problem that only an experienced contact lense wearer is likely to be able to wear contact lenses free of streaming eyes. The notion did however get my creativity going for using medical grade contact lenses to ‘blindfold’ a sub who is a regular contact lense wearer, based on my own experience of wearing contact lenses. Simply use a prescription specification that is at an extreme end of what is available from proper optical suppliers.

Base curve and diameter can match the sub’s existing prescription but the power can be the opposite of what they need. Given the power range available is from -12 to +6, I imagine it would be possible to use lenses which would leave the wearer seeing no more than a blur of light and very vague shapes. The fun that could be had!  If the sub has a prescription of +3.5 but was made to wear lenses of -12, I am sure it would work and I think be safe for shortish periods?

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6 Responses to Contact-lense Blindfold

  1. Mistress Scarlet Fan says:

    Mistress Scarlet have you ever acted the role as abusive mommy to your sub and if you did what did you do?

  2. Diane says:

    It’s probably not a great idea. It’s less risky if as you mention the prescription is correct and the lens fits as it should on the cornea. However, an excessively incorrect prescription can cause eye strain and eventually some severe headaches which could in turn, lead to other issues.

    That being said, lenses that “black out” one’s vision that are of the correct prescription might be the solution you are looking for.

    Diane

    • I am insisting the base curve and diameter match the sub’s existing prescription. As far as power prescription, I agree that if it was only marginally different, eye strain may be possible, but I can say from experience that if the power prescription is MILES AWAY from what would work then focus is so impossible that there is no attempt to focus and so no eye strain. Just the same as when a sub is in a normal blindfold with eyes open.
      BUT I have read of a number of cases of eye injury from novelty lenses.
      It is a shame there is not a source which could be verified as 100% medically safe that supplies black out lenses, with a full range of base curve and diameter.

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