Wealthy Shades glasses offer superior protection from blue light because we use multiple layers of FDA approved blue light filter coating on both the inside and the outside of our lenses. Other leading brands only use one layer of coating on the outside, and that’s just not enough. We take the time to add additional coatings which provide UV Light Blocking and make our lenses Anti-Scratch, Anti-Reflective, and Anti-Glare.Designed for comfortable daily wear with durable lightweight frames. Our low color distortion lens is optimized to provides the perfect balance between eye protection and viewing quality.The Boss style is sophistic and sleek for those who have a more classic professional look. From the boardroom to meetings with the creative team- these classes will give you a modern fashionable look.
Spring hinges High-grade plastic frame Polycarbonate lens Blue light filter Lens height- 42 mm Lens width- 53 mm Bridge size- 18 mm Temple length- 140 mm Total front length- 141 mm Unisex
What is Blue Light?
Within the visible light spectrum- there are different wavelengths of light. Purple and blue are among the highest forms of energy produced by light which is measured in what is called, nanometers. While blue light does come from the sun, the blue light that is given off by our electronic devices becomes a constant source of high energy light- similar to the glare of being in a pool with no sunglasses on. This type of light exposure causes the eye to strain which can have long-term negative effects on anyone's health, from babies to grown adults.
How is Blue Light Bad for Me?
The screens we look at every day emit blue light which causes headaches, insomnia, eye strain, and can even lead to serious long-term retina damage.
Blue light drastically inhibits melatonin which affects mood, focus, and especially sleep patterns. Just 2 hours of blue light exposure a day can make it harder to fall asleep and stay asleep. Our glasses offer twice the protection so that you can enjoy using all your digital devices without worrying about eye strain, fatigue, or disrupting your sleep.