SINGAPORE - When he first ran out of contact lenses, the idea struck then management consultant Darryn Tan that perhaps more could be done to solve the woes of contact lens wearers.
"When I popped out my last pair, I thought to myself, that was $3 or $4 gone just like that," he recalled. "Surely there must be a better and cheaper way for the consumer to buy their lenses."
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