|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.9 x 2.3 x 6.9 inches|
|Item model number||S0360X|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited Warranty|
Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000 Safety Eyewear, Orange Frame, SCT-Orange UV Extreme Anti-Fog Lens
|Price:||$6.78 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- 100-Percent polycarbonate wrap-around uni-lens design with vented sideshields
- Choice of anti-scratch or anti-fog lens coatings
- Adjustable temples for better comfort and fit
- Available in a variety of lens and frame tint options
- Meets ANSI Z87.1-2003 and CSA Z94.3 standards
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This does not mean that putting on these glasses in the middle of the day will make you fall asleep. I won't go into the details, but these will only be effective for people who stay up well past sunset (9:00 PM or later) and expose themselves to bright light (TV, computer, most room light). They could also be used by shift workers or people suffering jetlag trying to shift their circadian rhythms, but that is not simple, as there are many factors that go into modifying circadian rhythms correctly, and one could just as easily make things worse.
I try to wear these about an hour before bedtime, because I'm usually looking a computer screen or TV. By blocking out light, and specifically blue light, wearing these glasses helps me fall asleep much quicker, and prevents blue light from disrupting my circadian rhythm.
The only downside is you will look like a mad scientist wearing them around the house.Read more ›
however be cautioned these are hideous looking glasses, be prepared for a few shrieks from your family ;-)
one more point about screen filters vs. uvex glasses. i see eye floaters come up quickly with the former but not with these glasses i think that is because of some marginal uv escaping from the screen protectors because at the end of the day eyefloaters arent visible after taking off the glasses.
After wearing them for a while I noticed something interesting. With all the blue light cut out, after a few minutes your green color receptors become very sensitive. It looks like all the plants in the forest are almost glowing, and the contrast between green and not-green is very distinct. Everything looks very bright, especially red and green colored objects. The sky generally looks dark and green, clouds are yellow, and water is orange and black. For $8 this is a fun way to modify your perception of the world.
Minus one star because the inner surface collides with my glasses, leaving a gap around the edge which lets in light.
I had been having difficulty falling asleep for years, laying in bed for up to 2 hours trying to fall asleep. I assumed this was stress/anxiety related, as I had previously tried reducing caffeine, or limiting it to very early morning, exercising/showering at different times of the day, etc.; but I still found myself nearly dependent on melatonin to fall asleep. I started reading and found some posts about the effect of blue light on your sleep cycle. This seemed plausible to me, as I work on a computer all day and on an online degree or gaming in the evenings. I looked at screen covers, and found them cost prohibitive (especially as I'd need to cover multiple phones/monitors between work and personal devices). So I gave these a try.
They have made a significant difference for me. They may look a little silly on me, but it's not a deal breaker. Now that I know these work, and blue light may have been my biggest sleep hindrance, I might spring for a nicer pair, but I just wanted the cheapest thing I could find to test the theory.
Within days of wearing these the last 2-3 hours before going to sleep, I noticed a difference. I was able to stop taking melatonin, and start falling asleep in a more reasonable amount of time (usually 5-15 minutes). I also seemed to get more restful sleep.
Of course, I quickly got complacent with my newfound restfulness, and stopped using them. A week later I was wondering why I hadn't been sleeping well, and realized the change coincided with stopping wearing my orange glasses.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wife bought these sturdy glasses to shut out the blue light at night before bed and aid the brain in falling asleep faster. They do the trick! Read morePublished 6 days ago by Dave A.
We've started using these to redice eye strain in the venings when watching television or working on our computers and they really help!!Published 7 days ago by C. Newman
I am concerned about blue light damaing my eyes (retina) since I spend up to 10 hours/day staring at LED computer screens at work,then viewing the LED screen on my cell phone for... Read morePublished 15 days ago by JK
I am glad I bought this. It is comfortable and just fit on my glasses, not too big, not too tight. Doesn't drag my glasses down like clip glasses (blue blocking) I bought before. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Z.L
These are TRUE blue blockers (the only one's I have found that are, along with Uvex's other orange shades). Read morePublished 23 days ago by Alexander