I believe this is a quite popular model for it's natural design and comfort and you can find them from most sellers for around $20 or so.
Origin: South Korea
Water content: 38% - 42%
Diameter: 14.0 mm
Base Curve: 8.4 - 8.6
Duration: 1 year disposable
color/design - 7.5/10
Very nice and natural.
The violet color is neutral, which was a bit of a disappointment to me cause I wanted more noticeable violet/purple. It looks almost hazel under some indoor lighting.
It doesn't have obvious limbal rings and the pigmentation is rather sheer. I don't think it would make significant difference for lighter colored eyes.
My naturally dark brown eyes look brighter and mellow with these on.
comfort - 8/10
Comfortable. I would have given it even higher score if I had not experienced NEO lenses.
They feel still very comfortable and I can wear them up to 8 hrs with no problem.
I am starting to believe the comfort level has a lot to do with the lens diameter as well as the water content.
enlargement effect - 6/10
They don't make your eyes huge nor give they dolly effect. I still see a little bit of enlargement due to the brighter color.
Overall, this is a nice choice if you are into natural looking color lenses and want some change if not drastic.
They allow me to have more fun with makeup (for example, I can wear green eye shadows which usually is no friend of mine.) and I can wear them to work without looking crazy. ;p
However, I think there are better color choices for my current skin tone and hair color. They would look better with lighter brown hair color.
Like the girl here..
Now, some pictures for you to view...
consists of 3 colors.
dark grayish purple outer rim + light violet middle + caramel inner
with GEO tri-color Violet on, no makeup
It looks more blue than purple under natural lighting for some reason?
with some makeup on
For video review, click this link. ;)
GEO tri-color World Series Violet Color Lens Review