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Measure Your Eye Pressure at Home with iCare® HOME2 Tonometer

Keeping track of your glaucoma therapy is easier than ever thanks to the convenience of measuring your IOP levels from the comfort of your own home. You’re back in control with iCARE® HOME2.

Convenient Rental and Purchasing Options Available

Shipped Quickly, Delivered to Your Doorstep

Painless & Easy-to-Use, FDA Approved Device

Why Is Measuring IOP So Important for Glaucoma Patients?

Glaucoma can’t be cured, but you may prevent it from progressing by ensuring that your doctor is giving you the appropriate dosage of medication to control your glaucoma. One way to do this is by measuring your eye pressure, or intraocular pressure (IOP).

Glaucoma is becoming more prevalent as the world’s population ages. It is important for patients to understand that elevated IOP has been linked to worsening glaucoma, which can eventually lead to blindness if left untreated. With iCare® Home2, patients can measure their IOP from the convenience and comfort of home—as often as they want. No need to wait around for an appointment or inconsistent levels during the day—this device makes tracking your IOP levels simple and easy.

Closely tracking your IOP—on a daily and/or night-time basis—may be crucial to choosing the best glaucoma treatment for you.

Catch nocturnal variances in IOP that your doctor may be missing

Some patients experience an increase in IOP at night—which often goes undetected in typical clinical settings

IOP measurements can vary throughout the day for most patients

Clinal measurements performed by your doctor of IOP can only capture a moment in time—with iCare® HOME, you can measure any time, day or night.

More IOP measurements helps your doctor accurately prescribe medications

With much more data to analyze beyond what your doctor can obtain in the standard clinical setting, your doctor may more precisely prescribe medicines to control your glaucoma treatment.


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Ongoing Support

Our friendly eyecare professionals are here to help you learn to use your tonometer.


Purchase Your Own iCare® Home Device

  • Effective

    By monitoring your IOP at home even at night, your doctor will have the whole picture of your IOP levels – not just the limited information gathered in clinical settings.

  • Accurate

    With iCare® HOME2, you get to use the same high precision rebound technology used by professional tonometers

  • Automatic

    All data gathered by your iCare® HOME2 tonometer is automatically collected and then transmitted to your doctor.

MyEyes Makes Measuring IOP at Home Painless!Easy!Fast!

With convenience purchase and rental options available—the Choice is YOURS!

The iCare® HOME2 tonometer for patient use revolutionizes glaucoma care. The patient can take IOP measurements during normal daily activities throughout the day and the iCare HOME2 can even be used when the patient is lying down. Measurement results are uploaded to a cloud database from where they are easily accessible both to the doctor and the patient. The doctor is provided with accurate real world IOP data to support treatment decisions.

Rent an iCare® HOME2

Explore our affordable rental options available to make seeing if the HOME2 tonometer is a good fit for your glaucoma care.

Own an iCare® HOME2

Purchase an iCare® HOME2 with MyEyes and you’ll have an entire team of eyecare professionals available to guide you. 

What Patients Are Saying About iCARE® HOME2

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Schedule a virtual demo of the iCare® HOME2 with an Eyecare Expert

Not sure if the iCare® HOME2 is right for you? Schedule a complimentary demo with a MyEyes eyecare expert and we’ll walk you through how the tonometer works, discuss rental and purchase options available, and answer any questions that you might have about using an at-home tonometer.