BlueRay Glasses

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Need to know these BlueRay glasses effective or just a marketing gimmick?

Also does anyone have extra/spare and not using them ? I need two for my children for online schooling and tv watching.

Also any suggestions from where to buy and what is the general pricing……

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Looks like a gimmick to me.
I bought one from local store at 1600, however not satisfied overall

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There’s nothing medically proven in support for them.

But people say they works so one can use them and then can only decide.

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Bluray definitely helps in anti glare vision thus you’re able to see more clearly especially in front of screens and during night driving.

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If you have high budget, opt for Gunnar. They’re good

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myfungang829 wrote:

Need to know these BlueRay glasses effective or just a marketing gimmick?

Also does anyone have extra/spare and not using them ? I need two for my children for online schooling and tv watching.

Also any suggestions from where to buy and what is the general pricing……

It gets dicey to suggest anything when young ones are involved.

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But anti-glare screens and use of antiglare or matte add-on protectors is something I’ve done forever.

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Some of these external devices, apart from the settings of the display itself, might be useful in certain use case scenarios.

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However blue light/ ill effects of it are as hyped up as SARS-COV-02 been harped about in the past two years.

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Even if some of these devices do somewhat filter out or block certain wavelengths… there still are quite a few other types of wavelengths/ types of radiation which these alleged blue light filter devices would not help against.

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But unfortunately they might end up giving a false sense of security and make one take their guard down. (That blue light filter is there.. so everything is okay. Non stop use of 10-12 hours would not adversely affect).

Such false sense of security, coupled with no way to stop the varying (rather harmful) wavelengths… might end up causing more harm than good.‏‏

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