Blue495TM Anti-Glare Coating

This new anti-reflective coating can help protect the eyes of anyone who uses computers, smart phones, and other similar electronic devices. This is the perfect coating for gamers, office workers, or anyone else who looks at screens for long periods of time on a daily basis.

What is Blue Light?

Sunlight contains colors that are on the visible light spectrum (think: ROYGBV). Blue light may also come from man-made products such as fluorescent and LED lights, smart phones, computers, and other similar electronic devices.

Why is it harmful?

Part of the blue light spectrum has a very short wavelength and produces a higher amount of energy. This decreases visual contrast and eventually leads to the straining of your eyes. This light spectrum also increases your risk of macular degeneration, the leading cause of age-related vision-loss and affects over 10 million Americans (more than cataracts and glaucoma combined).

It Won't Let You Sleep

At night, the lack of blue light from the sun causes your brain to tell your body to release Melatonin, the sleep hormone. But when you use your electronics at night, the presence of blue light will trick your body into not releasing Melatonin. This may cause a disturbance in your natural sleep cycle, also called your Circadian Rhythm.

The Effects of Blue Light From Electronic Devices

This video explains the short term and long term effects of daily blue light exposure and how to help alleviate your eyes from the inevitable exposure.

Our Anti-Glare Coated Lenses

There is a new type of anti-glare coating with state-of-the-art nano technology that blocks the harmful blue rays in the high energy visible light (HEV) spectrum. Typically $200 and up, pick your frame and try it now for just $44.95!

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