Pixel Eyewear provides breakthrough lens technology that filters 50 percent of blue light and up to 95 percent at the strongest wavelengths, without the yellow tint. Lenses also contain nanotechnology that reduces smudges and repel water and dust. For comfort, each lens has an anti-reflective coating, eliminating computer glare and reducing the stress on your eyes.
Prolong use of electronic devices may lead to symptoms of digital eye strain also known as Computer Vision Syndrome. The American Optometric Association estimates that 50%-90% of computer users suffer symptoms of Computer Vision Syndrome.
Blue light is part of the visible light spectrum that packs the highest energy with the shortest wavelengths, emitted by digital screens such as computers and smartphones. With its high energy, blue light has the potential to reach deeper into your eyes to the retina. Studies show prolonged exposure to blue light may be linked to eye strain, increased risk of macular degeneration, and sleep cycle disruption. An American Optometric Association study found that the more chronic the exposure to blue-light-producing LED lights, the more free radicals in the eye, which further analysis associated with retinal injury.
Protect your eyes from digital screens with Pixel lenses that strike the perfect balance between clarity and effectiveness. Pixel glasses have a virtually clear lens and look just like a normal pair of glasses when you’re wearing them. The frames are built with cellulose acetate, the same material used by most high-end eyewear brands and the selection of vintage and classic styles will keep you looking sharp.
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