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- plastic frame
- plastic lens
- Lens width: 53 millimeters
- Package Includes: 1 Pair – Computer Glasses with amber tinted lenses to minimize Digital Eye Strain caused by harmful blue light emitted from digital screens. Complimentary frame carrying case and cleaning cloth.
- Alleviates visual fatigue and discomfort from long periods of web surfing, gaming and working under fluorescent lights with UV400 protection and glare reduction.
- Ultra-lightweight and flexible TR90 nylon frame material for durability and comfortable long-term wear. Casual frame design keeps you looking professional and stylish while working or playing video games.
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Do you do much reading on your computer, tablet or work under fluorescent lighting? If readers are your needs, then the combined optical technology of readers and anti-blue ray lenses of Gamma Ray FlexLite Readers will help keep your eyes reading-ready in any environment. Our affordable price points and fashion forward styles will allow you to pick up a pair for working at the office, home or outside. Each Gamma Ray FlexLite Readers frame is RX-compatible so you can fit our frame at any optometrist with your personal prescription.
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- ASIN: B00WT59ARS
- Date first listed on Amazon: April 28, 2015
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I got the glasses yesterday early afternoon, and usually around lunchtime is when the headaches would start to progress, so I put these puppies on... and yesterday was the first time in 2 weeks where I finished my work day WITHOUT A HEADACHE! Maybe my monitors are going bad? My optometrist even said that 'working around multiple monitors for longs periods of time is increasing cases of people getting eye strain / fatigue". Lets face it, more and more people are using multiple monitors for their work days. Prior to wearing these, I could 'feel' the pressure in my eyes from looking at my screens. I had even changed the settings on the screens (Brightness, etc) and that didn't work. I put these on, and I can 'feel' less pressure and less strain on my eyes almost immediately. Plus, you can see the actual tint of the screens is different...less 'Blue' light.
Normally I would read reviews like this and think "Yeah right, too good to be true, blah blah blah...", but I was getting border lining migraines for 2 weeks, and the first day I try these I get no headache? I'll say "Perfect" and give it a caveat of "so far" to be fair, how's that? And for the price, what do you have to lose?
I've been using these glasses on & off for about a month now. They work better in some places than others. I can only guess that it's due to the lighting. Fortunately, my office is the place they seem to work the best. I didn't notice until after I'd been wearing these a while, and then took them off, exactly how harsh our office lighting is. So, I can tell you that they do work - but don't expect a miracle. My eyes aren't noticeably less red, but they HAVE been less dry and less itchy. Enough so that I'm thankful for these glasses.
That said, these are one-size-fits-most glasses. They're a bit tight on my face - enough to occasionally give me headaches and leave marks on the bridge of my nose. So if you have a larger head, you may want to avoid.
If you're interested in these kinds of glasses, my overall recommendation is to start here - they're cheap and functional, if a little uncomfortable. Then, when you've established whether they'll work for your situation, look into a more customized solution.
I recommend these to anyone who sits in front of a computer screen a few hours a day. I'm 30 and hoping this will save a bit of my vision (though us Millennials have been staring at screens for a young age... We're screwed!). They are comfortable, and the nose peice lays flat. It's unnoticeable to me. Also, I know I have a slightly larger than average head for a lady based on my prescription frames size (I think I'm like 34mm across and the average is something like 32mm), and they fit great! I think these would fit fine on most people. The frames are lightweight, and the carrying case is really nice quality. You can't beat this deal!
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