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Gunnar Eyestrain Reducing Computer Glasses

These eyeglasses reduce eyestrain that results from viewing a computer screen for extended periods. The glasses combat the painful symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome–at least 90% of the U.S. computer-using public is affected by the syndrome according to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health.

The yellow-tinted polycarbonate lenses’ proprietary tinting blocks out 65% of blue light, a wavelength that reduces the sharpness of objects, leading to eye fatigue, tired or sore eyes, and the chance of headaches. The lenses protect against UV radiation up to 400nm, protecting eyes from harmful neon and halogen light sources. An inner anti-reflective coating on both the inner and outer side of the lens decreases the glare from overhead fluorescent lighting.

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