Eyekepper Anti Blue Light Spring Hinged Amber Tinted Computer Reading Glasses CG908

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  • PRODUCTS DIMENSION-Frame Material: Plastic, Lens width: 2 1/8"(54mm), Frame width: 5 7/16"(138mm), Lens height: 1 1/8"(28mm), Frame height: 1 1/4 "(31mm), Bridge (DBL): 1/2"(13mm), Temple length: 5 5/16"(135mm), Spring hinge: Yes, Lenses: Aspheric, Head size: Medium To Wider.Rx-able frame
  • OPTICAL PERFORMANCE + PROTECTION 2 IN 1: high optical clarity (distortion free, clear vision) reading glasses infused with anti-blue light technology. This pair of 2 in 1 glasses does not only provide all the functions of your normal magnified reading glasses but at the same time helps block 30% of high energy blue light emitted by electronic devices.
  • BLOCKS 30% OF HIGH ENERGY BLUE LIGHT: Eyekepper Blue Light Shield protects your eyes by filtering out 30% of High Energy Blue Light rays emitted from digital screens such as TVs, computers, smart phones and tablets, while letting through the less harmful low energy blue light (i.e. low color distortion) – potentially reducing eyestrain, headaches, physical and mental fatigue from prolonged exposure to electronic devices.

Provide the quality and ex-factory price computer glasses and customer service
The frame for the most comfortable fit available today in addition to unparalleled durability
Great fashion full frame design computer glasses for computers, T.V.'s or phones

Reduced glare
Massive reduction of blue light
Get maximum protection with ourpatented, multi layer coating designed specifically to reduce glare, reflect blue light away from the user and relieve long term eye strain caused by excess electronic device use.
Whether you are looking for computer glasses for the office or a late night Netflix binge. Eyekepper computer glasses will give you the premium protection you are looking for
Blue light blocking
Lifetime breakage warranty on frame & lenses

30 days money back guarantee

Soft case

To avoid damage, never clean your computer glasses with paper towels or clothing or alcohol, and also avoid using household detergents or soaps. While a few mild soaps don't harm lenses, today's extra strength soaps are powerful enough to slowly disintegrate lens coatings.