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Blue Light Blocking Glasses-up to 50% off (AU $15.75 Delivered) & More @ Cyxus

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Wing Glasses, one of the classic and hot sale glasses in Cyxus. These square eyeglasses serve up plenty of style, comfort, and value. The wide frame for unisex features a stylish keyhole bridge that adds a sophisticated touch.

Anti Blue Light — Cyxus computer glasses Wing, anti harmful blue ray, provide all-day protection, against the detrimental effect high energy visible blue light and UV400.
PC Lens — Glasses lenses are high-end space PC lenses with SHMC technology, shock resistant and waterproof, dust-free, and easy to clean.
Anti Glare Lens — No color difference, bring you a good visual experience.

Reduce Eye Strain — Cyxus blue light filter eyeglasses can remove eye fatigue, redness, and dryness.
Better Sleep — Cyxus eyeglass can reduce eyestrain and headache, so you can enjoy a restful deeper sleep.
Headache Relief — Cyxus blue-light filtering glasses Wing will keep you healthy by blocking harmful blue light from digital screens while letting in all other beneficial light.
UV Protection — Anti-Blu-ray Lenses utilize special U.S. substrate processing technology to protect the eyes from ultraviolet radiation and block UV400.

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    Its $12 USD, so approx $15.75 AUD

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      Thank for reminding

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    https://www.aao.org/eye-health/tips-prevention/are-computer-...

    To anyone interested in these, please read this before ordering.

    "A recent study suggested that blue light-blocking glasses do not improve symptoms of digital eye strain. The American Academy of Ophthalmology does not recommend blue light-blocking glasses because of the lack of scientific evidence that blue light is damaging to the eyes."

    That said, if you just like the look of them then go ahead.

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      There’s a lot more to it than this. I wear them to help with sleep.

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        Like a placebo?

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        https://www.cyxus.com/pages/what-is-blue-light-blocking

        Their own website does not link to any academic studies, though they do happily refer to them without referencing.

        I'm not saying to not buy, but the marketing for these glasses are always extremely misleading, so I'd like to encourage people to give it a google first and not just look into the marketing.

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      I always thought they were because blue light disrupts your circadian rhythm, not because of damage to eyes

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      Or maybe they're bad for business. :)

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    I'll press go if it's $12 AUD :~)

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      This is not our store and we can't guarantee their quality is the same as ours.

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        So worst than the item 1/5 of the price?

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          Of course not. We could promise that if any manufacturing defects are found on the glasses, you could contact us within 14 days and send us the photos of the damaged part and we will resend a brand new to you.

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    Cheaper elsewhere as mentioned above, neg.

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    A lot on Amazon

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    Scientifically proven to be of no real use. Biggest promoters are instagrammers and actors etc. I haven't been able to find any medical journals or studies saying it does work. I also saw an optometrist whom say they arent useful too. If you want to get rid of blue light you can use a warm filter that is usually on your computer or phone (night mode).

    But placebo is also an amazing thing!!

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      Blue light 'is not scientifically proven to cause eye-related diseases', however blue light has been proven to cause retinal deterioration, just not enough to cause diseases consistently, reliably and severely.

      Putting phone on with a warm filter doesn't physically remove blue light from the screen, it's an inherent design with LED screen. Using these glasses physically prevents the blue lights from reaching your eyeball.

      Whether of not you find them useful, that's objective. However, dismissing them entirely to be 'scientifically proven to be of no real use' is not correct.

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    Im sure these are less than 10 on ebay, neg

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      Weird lookin neg 😆

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        Reminds me of the time Michael Scott declared bankruptcy.

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    People are shitting on the brand but I find them to be good quality. I had a few gunner glasses as well and I find the cyxus ones fit better. Whether or not they are worth the price when compared to cheap ebay shit, it's up to you. I think they are.

    FYI, I got charged for $16.44 AUD through paypal.

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    I think I paid roughly 50-70 to add it onto my prescription glasses just for use at work. I seem to find it beneficial.

    I'm assuming all the brands are roughly the same