need blue light filter glass

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Can someone suggest good deal/offer to get blue cut glasses …. Haven’t seen any good offers lately.

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Wingman Wingman
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Check your requirement first, blue cut lenses as per me are a gimmick, if you still want to go ahead, would suggest checking out local stores

Deal Captain Deal Captain
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Blue light glasses are of no use. They don’t do anything. Don’t agree with me, ask any known optician

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Sidhu634 wrote:

Blue light glasses are of no use. They don’t do anything. Don’t agree with me, ask any known optician

💯 % right

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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letmetravewithyou442 wrote:

Intellilens.. bought this. Looks good as of now, eye not getting dry .

Yes, but that’s due to to the protection from dirt and reduced air contact with eyes that any normal glasses would do. It has nothing to do with the ‘special blue light film’. Some opticians suggest use of blue light filters only when screen viewing time is more than six hours.

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rajeevadc wrote:

Yes, but that’s due to to the protection from dirt and reduced air contact with eyes that any normal glasses would do. It has nothing to do with the ‘special blue light film’. Some opticians suggest use of blue light filters only when screen viewing time is more than six hours.

Have more than 8 hours of screen viewing. Continuous viewing at laptop screen !! Working for me and am good with it.

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amdoinggood123 wrote:

Check your requirement first, blue cut lenses as per me are a gimmick, if you still want to go ahead, would suggest checking out local stores

blue cut lenses and anti reflective coating glasses
are both same?

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BAT_MAN wrote:

blue cut lenses and anti reflective coating glasses
are both same?

No both are different
One is to filter out blue light which they claims reduces stress from long use of digital screens which is just a gimmick.
While Anti reflective coating is there to reduce any reflected light from lens hence reducing glare and helping in better vision.

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rajeevadc wrote:

Yes, but that’s due to to the protection from dirt and reduced air contact with eyes that any normal glasses would do. It has nothing to do with the ‘special blue light film’. Some opticians suggest use of blue light filters only when screen viewing time is more than six hours.

6 hours is nothing for anyone here , you just need to watch one web series, and boom , 6 hours gone sunglasses

Analyst Analyst
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The problem you must be facing is headache/ eye strain/ dryness / stress. Then a anti reflective + blu light filter(not blue light blocker those are useless) will be effective. Its only effective for those who spend more time on screen that too continuously. An average user wont find any difference. Other thing to do is work on low brightness and take 5-10 min break after every hour or so.

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BAT_MAN wrote:

blue cut lenses and anti reflective coating glasses
are both same?

No bro, blue coat only for blocking blue rays from your eyes, anti reflective coating is for better photographs.

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