What Kind of Glasses Block Blue Light?
We live completely surrounded by screens, spending an average of almost nine hours a day in front of digital devices. Digital devices emit blue light, and overexposure to blue light can cause harmful effects to your eyes. Some of the potential side effects people experience are eyestrain, headaches, difficulties focusing, difficulty falling asleep and insomnia, sleep disturbance, etc.
Blue light blocking glasses are a brilliant tool for those who stay constantly on the screens. If you search for “blue light” on the internet, you will see a lot of research and information about how they can be harmful to your eyes and your overall health.
Therefore, let’s focus on which type of glasses is the best solution for you.
Which type of lens blocks blue light?
The percentage of blue light blocking glasses varies from lens to lens. Let’s take a closer look:
Clear lenses block between 30-40% of the blue light spectrum. Maybe they can be useful in slightly relieving your eyes during the day. However, if you are spending hours in front of your device, they are not the best option. You need higher protection in order to keep healthy eyes.
Not all yellow lenses are the same. Some block around 50% of blue light, so if you work from home or you are spending hours in your office, this should be more than sufficient to get the right protection for your eyes.
Orange and red lenses block typically 98-99% blue light. Orange lenses were developed by NASA, based on science1 in the 1970’s. They provide far greater protection, but for some people, the tint can be distracting. These lenses may also distort color.
Differences in color lenses
Your lifestyle, your work, hobbies, and other activities, play an important role in deciding which type of lens to buy. Each colored lens has the same purpose - to improve and enhance your eyesight. At the same time, some of them may disrupt vision, distort colors, reduce visual acuity, and so on.
However, when you try purchasing colored lenses, try to evaluate different types and compare their advantages and disadvantages. All the lenses mentioned above can be more or less suitable for someone. Some people don’t prefer too many colored tints on their lenses, while some glasses are better to wear at daylight or night.
On the market, there are various blue light blocking glasses that range in price. If you want to buy high-quality blue light blocking glasses, consider several things such as frame and lens material, percentage of blue light being blocked, and other specifications and lab tests results.
Your perfect blue light blocking glasses
For your blue light blocking glasses to be effective, they need to protect at least 50% or more of blue light in order to keep your eyes safe. If however, you want to have higher protection glasses that block 99% of the blue light and are safe to use throughout the day and night, we highly recommend our Prospek-99 glasses. We have official lab results that prove everything mentioned above, so take a look at our Prospek-99 products:
Elite glasses provide ultimate protection because they can block over 99% of blue light. If you want to get rid of tired eyes, headaches, and eyestrain. Elite glasses are perfectly safe and can keep your eyes healthy. Wearing them at night while you are in front of your device can have a positive impact on your sleep. They are high-quality and stable glasses. The frame is made of TR90, a clip-on, and aluminum steel. The lens material is polycarbonate, and they are non-polarized.
Ultimate glasses offer high, 8 layers of protection. The frame material is TR90, and zinc alloy. Like Elite, Ultimate lenses are made of polycarbonate and are non-polarized. Ultimate glasses also help to improve sleep quality and are effective against headaches, migraines, and eyestrain.
Check: Prospek-99 blue light blocking glasses
Both, Elite and Ultimate block 100% of UVA and UVB.
For a better explanation of why you should choose these glasses, we should talk about the material:
Frames made from TR90 are high quality and adjustable for everyone. It is a thermoplastic material that is durable, and lightweight. Because they are flexible, they can easily bend to fit the customer’s face. TR90 frames are very comfortable and resistant to damage.
Polycarbonate lenses2 are thinner, lighter, and more impact-resistant than traditional plastic lenses. They are the perfect choice for safety glasses for children and adults who want light, protective lenses. Polycarbonate lenses offer 100% protection from UV light.
Both glasses are made of high-tech material in accordance with industry standards. These lenses are also lighter and harder to break. They provide maximum protection for the eyes with minimal distortion.
To sum up
Prospek-99 glasses provide better sleep and healthier life because they can block a higher percentage of blue light during the day and night. They are high-quality and stylish computer glasses, ideal for those looking for well-built, appealing frames, as well as an excellent level of eye protection.
1. Spinoff (2006). Look Sharp While Seeing Sharp
2. Fripps. Polycarbonate Lenses. Short Pump Family Eye Care, Richmond, VA