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Brooklyn Blue Light Blocker Glasses + Milano Case

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Are you experiencing headaches, sleep loss, eye strain, or dry, tired eyes? These are symptoms of excessive blue light exposure, and we've got the solution for you!

Our Brooklyn Blue Light Blocker Glasses feature the same thin frame construction as all of our full frame reading glasses, helping you reduce eye strain from blue-light-emitting devices, like phones, tablets or computers -- all while staying lightweight and durable.

Available in multiple lens strengths (even no strength!) and frame colors, these computer glasses will look great on you.

And when you're not wearing them, safely store them in the sleek, 4mm thin, felt-lined Milano Case to keep your computer glasses safe & secure.

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Blue Light Blocker FAQ

Who needs blue light blocking glasses?

You do, according to the American Optometric Association. They report more than half of Americans report experience digital eye strain caused by certain frequencies of blue light from their phone, computer or tablet. It’s also been linked to poor sleep, macular degeneration and other serious issues, according to a study from Harvard Medical School. ThinOptics Blue Light Blocking Glasses are imbued with a mild yellow filter to block blue light.

Are they comfortable?

Yep, they’re the world’s thinnest and lightest full-frame reading glasses. They’re so comfortable you might just forget you’re wearing them.

How do ThinOptics Reading Glasses compare to the ThinOptics Readers?

ThinOptics Reading Glasses are full-frame readers, which are a more familiar form factor, without the bulk, for people who have used other reading glasses in the past.
Both Reading Glasses styles (Brooklyn & Manhattan) fit in the felt-lined, magnetic Milano case, but will not fit in the other vision solutions for ThinOptics Readers.
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