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- Eyewear Accessories: Frames
- Item Type: Eyewear Accessories
- Pattern Type: Solid
- Model Number: Brightzone #2018 with CE mark
- Brand Name: Brightzone
- Frame Material: Plastic Titanium
- Gender: Unisex
- Specifications: Full rim
- Frame material: PC
- Lens material: CR-39 resin
- style: Retro and vintage
- Visible light perspective: 99
Brightzone Original Glasses with CE mark, Quality Guarantee!
WHY Brightzone COMPUTER EYEWEAR?
1.REDUCES DIGITAL EYE STRAIN.
Eye fatigue, dry eyes and headaches are symptoms of spending too much time in front of a digital screen. Brightzone lens design has extra focusing power providing you sharper, clearer vision. This patented technology helps you focus more naturally creating less eye strain.
2.IMPROVES COMFORT AND FOCUS.
The overabundance of bright artificial light can create a strain on your eyes. But Brightzone custom lens tints and filters block harsh blue light and glare so your eyes can finally relax. Focus longer. Work more efficiently. Be comfortable doing it.
3.PROTECTS YOUR EYES.
Look around you. You probably work in an environment filled with fluorescent light, glare, and uncomfortable air currents. Brightzone patented lens technology reduces glare and prevents dry eyes.
This is a blue light blocking glasses review. They are glasses that are designed to filter out the harmful blue light. Anti blue light glasses is a must for people who spend time with computers, phones, tablets and other electronic equipment during the evening. In this article we have gathered a lot of information about the harmfulness of blue light and given a best blue light blocking glasses review and best computer glasses review.
My experience with blue light filter glasses:
I have used different kinds of blue light filter glasses for almost two years now, but I remember the day I got my first ones. I had hard time falling asleep. I had some minor bad habits like drinking a little too much coffee and staying on the computer for too far in the evening. But these habits were pretty hard to change. I needed to do work stuff on the computer and I didn’t know how to survive without the coffee.
Every night I went to bed at around 11 pm, lied there awake for one hour, got really bored and took out my phone or ipad (even tho I knew I wasn’t supposed to!). Then stared at the screen for too long and fell asleep at 1:30-3:00 am depending on the day. And you can guess that getting out of bed at 7 am was really displeasant.
I bought the anti blue light glasses first as computer glasses but started wearing them all day when I was at home. They didn’t help straight away but over the first week I noticed that I really wanted to go to bed because I was tired. Before I always got more active during the evening and going to bed just seemed stupid but I knew I needed to get the sleep. Fast forward a few weeks, I always got to bed the same time, fell asleep pretty much instantly, woke up at the same time without an alarm clock. It felt like my body was in sync. (and btw as a side note, my first blue blocking glasses were not so good and let some of the blue light in, but still worked)
These glasses are also sometimes called sleep glasses, blue filter glasses, sleeping glasses or just plainly blue light glasses.
Best blue light blocking glasses:
There are a lot of different brands making these anti blue light glasses and we have gathered all the best here. They are marketed to different purposes but pretty much do the same kind of thing with slightly different technologies. This is our blue light glasses review. Here is the list of Best blue light blocking glasses divided into sections:
Blue light blocking glasses review – Computer glasses and gaming glasses
These are marketed as computer glasses but they work the same way as other glasses that block blue light.
Blue light blocking glasses for sleep and everyday use
These are often referred to as sleeping glasses, because the blue blocking effect starts melatonin production which help you sleep.
How do anti blue light glasses work?
Blocking out blue light with blue light glasses
We are in the era of electronics. During the evening you are probably watching something on Netflix, YouTube, TV, catching up on work on a computer or a tablet or just surfing the web. It’s okay, so is every one else. These artificial lights from gadgets emit a blue glow, a light wavelength similar to the day time sky. This blue light enters your eyes and signals your brain to think it is still day time. Taking this signal, your brain then restricts the flow of melatonin through your body.
While many are aware of how blue light from electronics disrupts sleep, many do not know that about 25% of the blue light from fluorescent lighting and 35% from LED lights is also damaging to eye health, over time raising the risk of vision problems including macular degeneration. The degeneration is pretty subtle and minimum but why take any risks? Due to this fact eye strain is also eliminated.
Melatonin (also known as the sleep hormone) is naturally produced in your body, when your eyes sense darkness at night. In addition to helping you sleep better, it sets your sleep-wake cycle. Imagine just waking up naturally without having to use an annoying alarm clock and actually feeling fresh in the morning. These glasses are also known as Nighttime glasses and that’s the reason.
The same technology that blocks the blue light filters also some green and yellow light that create the annoying glares. Especially the glares from reflected surfaces (snow, water, sidewalks, windshields and store windows) and make for more comfortable experiences for both recreational activities, such as boating, fishing, golfing, and daily activities, including shopping, driving and working in the yard.
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Dear Dy Vision,
My eyes often feel tired after staring at the computer all day. So I’m wondering if glasses designed for computer use actually help (for example, those yellow-tinted computer/gaming glasses I’ve seen mentioned on Dy Vision or regular glasses with special coatings). They seem pricey and I’m a little skeptical about all the claims, but I also want to protect my vision. Should I buy a pair of these?
Vision problems are unfortunately one of the hazards of too much screen time. In fact, the Vision Council found that 70 percent of US adults in one survey reported having some kind of digital eye strain (strained, dry, or red eyes; blurred vision; headaches; back pain; neck pain; or general fatigue) as a result of using digital devices for hours at a time.
We’ve previously noted several ways to prevent or reduce eyestrain, including using the 20-20-20 rule to regularly give your eyes a break and ergonomically optimizing your workstation. In addition to those essential tweaks, computer eyewear could also alleviate or prevent digital eyestrain, depending on your situation. I talked to several eye health experts to find out more about these special glasses, and also did a two-week trial comparing new specially-coated glasses with older ones, this glasses is very good. Here’s what I learned.
How Computer Glasses Work:
Computer glasses are special-purpose eyeglasses meant to optimize your eyesight when you’re looking at digital screens. They’re designed to: reduce glare (a major cause of eyestrain), increase contrast, and maximize what you see through the lenses—making it easier to look at a screen for longer periods of time. Here are the two main features you’ll see in glasses like these:
Anti-reflective (AR) coating:
Anti-reflective coatings reduce glare bouncing off screens and from light sources. Specially-designed computer and gaming glasses from Dy Vision Eyewear offer these coatings and prescription glasses can get anti-reflective coatings as well.
Some computer glasses also have an unmistakable (usually yellow) tint designed to increase the contrast on the screen and filter out the uncomfortable/harsh light spectrums so your eye muscles relax. The tinted glasses are signatures of Dy Vision Eyewear glasses, but tints can be applied to other glasses as well.
If You Experience Eyestrain, They Are Probably Worth It:
That said, many people experience digital eye strain and simply ignore it. Dr. Bazan owner of Park Slope Eye in Brooklyn and a member of The Better Vision Institute on the Vision Council, says:
People are so accustomed to their eyes feeling tired at the end of the day, they just accept it. Just because it is normal, does not mean that it’s ok. Your eye doctor will work with you and help to get those eyes feeling better!
=> Product Description:
Frame and Lens Material: Good Quality PC frame with Clear Anti-glue Light Lenses
Condition: Brand New
Brand Name: Brightzone
Price: The more you buy, the more discount you get it.
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