If you don't have 20/20 vision, you know dealing with bad eyesight can be a huge inconvenience—and a huge expense. With 45 million Americans wearing contact lenses, it's about time the industry offered easier and more affordable ways to get people the eyewear they need.

Enter Hubble. It's an online subscription service that delivers 30 days' worth of daily contacts directly to your door. You don't have to deal with insurance or contacting your eye doctor—Hubble gets the prescription directly from your doctor and charges you $33 a month, no insurance bureaucracy required.

Hubble contact lens box with lenses

"Making sure you can afford contacts and you don't run out of them is the path to comfortable eyes and no infection," says Hubble co-founder Jesse Horwitz. And comfortable, infection-free eyes is basically the new 20/20.

Not sold? Hubble will send you two weeks' worth of free lenses (you just cover the $3 shipping) so you can try 'em out before committing to a full month. They're easy to order and arrive super fast, so you can stop worrying about how you're going to see your own bright AF future. Hubble's got you covered.

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