Hours spent staring at itineraries or looking through online guidebooks can wreak havoc on your eyes. It’s important to take steps to care for your vision — travel won’t be quite as fun if you can’t take in the sights! That’s why the Barner 2.0 Computer Glasses are a great piece of gear for travelers.
The glasses are designed to protect your eyes from the blue light of digital devices while also giving you a stylish look. The lenses contain a special coating that helps to block out blue-violet light from LED screens, as well as smartphones, computers, tablets and TVs. The Barner 2.0 Glasses are able to block out 40 percent of the blue light on the 430nm – 450nm spectrum, and 100 percent of the blue light at 410nm. The lenses also have an anti-scratch coating, are water and oil resistant, ward off dust and are easy to clean.
The polycarbonate frames are super lightweight at less than 1 ounce and are designed with flex hinges to help them adapt to and fit any face. They also contain a rubberized texture to help keep them from falling down your nose. The glasses currently come in three different designs with six different colors, making 18 possible options in total.
The Barner 2.0 Computer Glasses are now in production and first shipments are expected to begin this month. Prices vary depending on the design but begin at €85. Check out the website for more information on features, designs and how to order a pair of your own.
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