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Blue Light Blocking Glasses Buy 1 Get 1 Free $24.75 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Max & Miller Amazon AU

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A good quality pair of unisex blue light blocking glasses.

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  • +4 votes

    The cheap ones like this are junk, don't waste your money.

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      Which ones do you rec?

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        I use PROSPEK, not expensive and seem to do the trick for me, I find i can go straight to sleep after watching TV at night and have actually slept better too (i assume its because of the glasses)

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          So you can still wear these when your vision is perfect (20/20) or do they have some magnification?

          Keen to try anything to improve sleep.

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      Why are they? Anti blue light coating is not expensive.

    • +1 vote

      At least with the cheap ones, you are wasting less money than you do with expensive ones.

  • +3 votes

    Stuiable [sic] for work environments or sitting on the lounge watching tv!

    Or you could just change the colour setting on your TV or monitor.
    If at home, install warm-white lights or CCT.

    These lights only block a small amount of blue light. If you really block blue light, you get the yellow-tinted glasses used in cycling and other outdoor sports to enhance vision in bad weather, where blue light is more scattered. If the lenses do not look yellow, they are doing F-all except block UV. All glasses block UV.

    • -2 votes

      Polarised glasses block UV but not all glasses are polarised. Certain cheap sunnies that can be bought overseas are tinted but not polarised which causes the pupil to widen while not protecting the eye from sun damage.

      • +2 votes

        What?
        Polarisation has nothing to do with blocking UV
        You might want to go do some googling/research.

        There are plenty of cheap non polarised glasses that don't block UV, but it has nothing to do with being polarised or not..

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          Interesting. I guess I have always thought it's the the same thing but it's not.

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        It must be super rare because even the $3 sunnies ive purchased overseas are polarised. Its easy as to check when youre purchasing

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    Code doesn't work "The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase."

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