Walking Dead Gothika FX Lens
Look exactly like you've crawled your way out of a grave with our 'GOTHIKA Walking Dead special effects contacts'. Also known as blind-eye or frosty-eye lenses, these eyes exemplify the manifestation of a "Rotting Corpse". Worn in many zombie films/shows, these lenses really create that 'Undead' look, and add to the realistic effect of the zombies.
Create many characters & creatures with 'walking dead contacts' for an equally eerie appeal: demons, ghosts, witches, macabre, monsters, killer clowns, and post-apocalyptic victims. These lenses are great for anything spooky, movie production, cosplay, Halloween, Goths, haunt attractions, theatrical performance, costume parties, SFX Artists, or just to make an impact!
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the style of these lenses and how they cover the pupil, they offer 80% vision. You will not be able to see clearly out of these lenses. Do not wear these while performing any tasks that require clear vision such as driving or operating heavy machinery.
- Brand: Gothika
- Quality: Ultra Comfortable, High-Quality, Long-Lasting, Durable Lenses
- Manufacturer: Orion Vision, Marietta, GA.
- Trust Level: FDA-Cleared & VerifyMyLenses.com Approved
- Material Content: Polymacon 62%, Water 38%(soft contact lenses)
- DK Value(oxygen permeability): 18
- Life Span: 1 year after opening vial(s).
- Available Powers: 0.00(non-corrective/plano).
- Base Curve: 8.6
- Diameter: 14.5
- Pupil Size: 5.0
- Walking Dead Gothika Contact Lenses(62% Polymacon / 38% Water)
- Lens Vials - (1 Lens per vial)
- Instruction Care Sheet
- FREE Lens Case
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Made my horror look complete
Posted by Thomas pain on 11th Jul 2018
I order contacts the fx team made my order easy and a pleasure i will defiantly being ordering more thanks guys
Very creep effect, but DON'T DRIVE!
Posted by Michael on 21st Dec 2015
Putting in two -- or even one -- of these cateract-looking lenses gives a very noticeable but almost natural effect (especially one). HOWEVER, the clarity of your vision is substantially reduced by the lense, and is almost zero in "backstage" lighting conditions. Stay in known areas with no hazards or dropoffs with these in, or you will likely take a fall! If you need to see when using lenses, get a pair of zombie-style white lenses. They look great too -- perhaps even spooked -- and the clear area for the pupil allows almost completely unrestricted vision.