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- Ideal Eyewear Fit Over Sunglasses with Blue Blocker HD Driving Lens
- High Density Copper lenses to eliminate glare. Blocks 100% of ultraviolet rays.
- Comfortably fit over most prescription glasses.
- Side windows to reduce glare from the side.
- Available in Small, Medium, & Large. See sizing chart to ensure proper fit (one of the product images)
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Are you tired of having to choose between having clear vision or protecting your eyes from the glaring sun? These great Fit Over Sunglasses from Ideal Eyewear solve that problem!
Now you can get the crisp, clear vision you depend on from your prescription eyeglasses, while protecting your eyes from the sun and reducing eye strain at the same time. Simply put your fit over sunglasses on over your prescription glasses and you are getting the best of both worlds.
Blue Blocker HD lenses are better than regular tinted lenses because they help eliminate glare, and by filtering the blue light spectrum they provide excellent visual clarity. These high density fitover sunglasses are especially great for driving, golfing, and anything outdoors.
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 2 x 1.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
- ASIN: B00JAILFY8
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 12, 2014
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
They do the same job as BluBlockers, but because these are more copper/rosed tinted, you do not get the same "super yellow" look to everything. These blocked out the blue light and the glare,enhancing contrast, but kept the blue color to objects making my sight seem more high def instead of "fallout" post-apocalypse looking. Very pleased!
I was disappointed that these glasses only partially block blue rays. I tested them on a couple of different blue spectrum test sites and they failed the test. On the test image below, both bars should appear identical when wearing the glasses. They do not.
I initially gave these a 5-star rating, but now I have to downgrade that. After a couple of months' use, part of the frame broke. I'm still using the glasses because I like the lens color, and the black tape I'm using to hold the frame together can't make over-prescription-glasses sunglasses that much more un-stylish, but they could have just as easily made the frames more durable.