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Blue Light Blocking Glasses Buy 1 Get 1 Free $29.99 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Max & Miller Amazon AU

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Add 2 pairs as a quantity to the shopping cart on checkout. Then apply the coupon code in the 'Enter gift card or promotional code' section. This will bring the total price to $29.99 for the 2 pairs of blue light blocking glasses.

A good quality pair of unisex blue light blocking glasses.

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  • +3 votes

    Can someone please explain how transparent, clear glasses can block blue light?

    Shouldn’t they have a yellow tinge?

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      You can have clear blue light blocking glasses, they have a coating on them. I watch screens pretty much 24/7 lol trust me they work. First pair I got came with a paper that had ink sensitive to blue light and you test blue light with and without the lens it totally blocks the blue light out.

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    They have a yellow tinge. It just doesn't come through very well in product photography.

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    do these actually do anything?

    • +5 votes

      or u can just turn the blue light on your monitor to low.. lol

  • +1 vote

    Well it's about damn time!

    I've been waiting for a decent pair since those trail-blazing BlueBlocker (c) infomercials went off the air…

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    would be good if they had different vision strengths

  • +2 votes

    I've got a pair of blue light glasses (not this brand) as I stare at a screen all day everyday for uni and work, and I do think I notice the difference. I usually only wear them at night.
    However, the biggest difference is when I get time to play my ps4. If I don't wear them and have a gaming sesh of a few hours I finish and my eyes feel quite heavy and odd. But when I wear the glasses I feel fine.
    Was very surprised, didn't think they would work but I will 100% back that they definitely did change my gaming sessions.

  • +2 votes

    These glasses definitely reduce eye strain especially working long hours in front of multiple monitors. I have gunner brand ones and quite happy.

    My only issue is most of these are quite reflective. For example if you are on a video call and wearing these, you can’t browse internet or else your colleagues can see it in the reflection. Does anyone know any non-reflective type?

    • +3 votes

      Heh. "Browsing the internet" eh…

  • -3 votes

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=SzGiypcJius

    Hype and waste of money, says the vid.

    • +5 votes

      Study by Harvard that they work https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/blue-light-ha...

      Who do I trust, some random Singaporean media company or a bunch of researchers at Harvard hmmmmm

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        Who could very well be paid to say; yes, they work.
        Nothing is 100% foolproof these days.

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          By who lol, I can’t imagine the blue glasses industry is a billion dollar machine paying off people to say lies like the IT/smart phone/social media industry…

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            @Roger Ramjet: You'd be surprised…

            BTW, I am not suggesting they do just that, but humans have shown to lie even when there is nothing to lie about.
            This is more along the lines, it works for some and it doesn't for others.