Blue Light Reading M Blackberry
Lens Size : 46 mms
Nose Size : 20 mms
Temple length : 140 mms
Height : 39 mms
The frames :
Colorful, comfortable to wear, these computer glasses are lightweight, come with flexible spring hinges and have a soft smooth feel.
BLP LENS technology :
To protect our sight, BLP Lens© technology filters 100% UVs (UV400) and of 40% blue light. Visual comfort is perceptible the very moment we look at a screen
The case :
Protected in their case, you can take your computer glasses wherever you go, ready to protect your eyes from blue light and UVs.
It’s the best present for friends and family
4 models are available to suit the shape of your face :
S : Stylish and Fashionable
M : Chic and Trendy
L : Vintage and Timeless
XL : Oversize Look
Gets the job done
Posted by Eric on Oct 10th 2020
I just started my first year of grad of school and have made the move to go paperless with all my classes. I spend around 8-10 hours a day either reading or writing and my eyes were getting pretty tired as a result. My sister, an Optometrist, had heard about Blueberry and was eager to recommend and hear about my experience with the glasses.
I had laser corrective eye surgery 10 years back and have since not needed glasses. My sister recommended getting a soft focus of +0.5, despite 20/20 vision, and after a month of daily use this has been my experience.
Soft focus: I could tell immediately that there was a prescription and I was worried that going from time periods of heavy use to glasses free was going to give me headaches. That has not been the case. After the first day, I no longer feel a physical reaction to the prescription and now really appreciate having the focus shifted slightly closer while I study.
The good: After long hours of reading, my eyes no longer feel tired/strained. I was using eye drops before my Blueberry glasses but have cut down significantly with using drops, I'm not sure if there is a connection between the two. I wear a 7 1/8 hat, bought the a Medium fit, and have found them to be just right. Again, after long hours of use I have not experienced pressure points behind/on my ears or on my nose. The frames are stylishly subtle and classmates, who are thinking of getting bluelight glasses, have complimented and asked about them.
Bad: I have used these glasses everyday for several hours at a time. I take them out of the case, fold them, unfold them, throw them in my backpack (with a case), remove them and put them on my face constantly. The lenses and the frames are plastic and users should remember this. I wore glasses for 20 years of my life and expected the lens to have that crystal clear finish to them after a cleaning. There always is a slight 'fuzziness or blur' to them no matter how hard I try to clean them. The fibers from the provided cleaning cloth would rub off and find themselves stuck between the lens and the frame. When I used my nail to pry out the stuck fibers, it tore whatever film coats the frames. It did not peel the whole coating, just a small area similar to when you get a sunburn - only a piece peels off at a time instead of the whole thing. As I mentioned, I fold and unfold these glasses a lot, and two weeks in, a piece of plastic broke off at the hinge causing the temple (the long piece that goes from the frame to behind your ear) to sag. I'm worried that the temple will eventually break off entirely and I now try to leave my glasses unfolded as much as possible when at the house.
Overall: As I write this review I am wearing the glasses and despite their shortcoming, I prefer to use them then not. They are comfortable, reduce my eye strain, and pretty stylish. Buyers should think about how they plan on using the glasses. Is your use going to be here and there, sporadically or do you you plan on intense, frequent, daily use? Depending on those answers, the 60$ price tag is more than worth the glasses but for the heavy user you may want to consider glasses made from other materials or at least change your habits so that they do not 'wear out' the frames. Personally, these glasses have been great to me but if they get damaged further I will be looking elsewhere for my next pair.