. The Viral Factor with Bausch + Lomb PV2HD Lens .

High definition optics lens is here! Now, you can have it all with Bausch + Lomb PureVision2 (R) HD contact lens – Lenses that let you see your world in high definition!

♦ High Definition™ Optics, designed to help reduce spherical aberration – a barrier to high-quality vision in low light and result in blurred vision, halos and glare.
♦ Extremely thin lens for a remarkably natural feel throughout the day.
♦ Packaged in a moisture-rich solution designed to give users an outstanding comfort on insertion.
♦ PureVision2 HD lenses are one of the more breathable lenses available.
♦ Comes in both monthly and daily disposable SofLens(R)

The Viral Factor with Bausch+Lomb PV2HD Lens

Learn about the movie: 
International Security Affairs agent Jon is on a dangerous mission to escort a criminal scientist to another country. En route, a member of his team turns out to be a traitor and shoots Jon in the head while kidnapping the scientist. When Jon wakes up in the hospital, a doctor tells him that within weeks, the bullet in his brain will cause complete paralysis. Jon returns to Beijing to see his mother, who confesses that Jon has a brother in Malaysia who was raised by his father, a gambler. Jon takes a flight to Malaysia to find his brother, Yeung. On the plane he forms a bond with Dr. Kan, who promises to look into possible treatments for his condition. However, when they arrive, Yeung tries to kidnap the doctor and when Jon intervenes, he’s also taken hostage. The two soon realize they’re brothers, and decide to work together in order to keep the criminals behind the kidnappings from reinfecting the world of a disease long thought cured. 

My say: Considering Jay Chou’s insane popularity in Singapore, I’m sure that having him starred in the leading role helps to sell the bulk of the movie tickets! A highly action-packed film, The Viral Factor seems to run on a sequence of action scenes, from huge explosions to speedy car chases to gun fights which will definitely satisfy the adrenaline rush in you. Despite the stunning choreography, the movie also aims to be a partial drama movie by playing up on Jon’s (Jay Chou) impending disability and this, in turn, focuses on the importance of putting family kinship before everything else.

     out of 5 

Want to enhance your movie experience?

See HD Optics in action to find out how you can reduce the appearance of blurriness, halos and glare.

The PureVision2(R) HD (aka PV2HD) lens is a great pair of contact lens for this action flick as it helps to reduce blurriness, halos and uncomfortable glares for the wearer. With design enhancement, the PureVision2 HD lens has provided a crisp and clearer vision for me throughout the screening of “The Viral Factor”, which is vital for a high-energy action movie. This also ensures that my clarity was not being compromised as there were many scenes involving explosions and gunfight battles which can be a tad chaotic at times.

 Read my previous reviews of The Descendants with PV2HD Lens here and Jack & Jill here.

Thanks to Bausch + Lomb and OMY for this experience.

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