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Blue Light Reading Glasses

Lenses with blue-violet light filtering technology filter a percentage of the blue-violet light*that comes from natural sources, such as the sun (each product description specifies the percentage filtered). The blue light lenses are nearly clear, which means they will not distort the colors you see. Blue light reading glasses are also available, for those seeking blue-violet light filtering technology and the magnification of readers.

  • Lenses have three distinct viewing areas: reading power at the bottom, intermediate power in the middle, and your conversation power at the top.

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  • Your selected magnification throughout the lens and an anti-reflective coating or lens tint to reduce eye strain.

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  • No magnification in the lenses, but reduces screen glare with tinted lenses or anti-reflective lens coatings.

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Blue Light Filtering Glasses and Readers

Looking for reading glasses with blue light filtering technology?

  • Shop fully magnified Blue Light Readers, also known as Computer Readers, for all the benefits of readers plus blue light filtering technology. In addition, the anti-reflective coating increases clarity by reducing reflections.
  • Multifocal reading glasses are a multi-purpose pair of readers that have three different powers for reading, computer use, and interacting with others - all in one lens! Shop your standard reading power in this style and be impressed by the clarity of your everyday tasks!  
  • Learn more about our blue-violet light filtering glasses and lens technology.
  • Curious to learn more about computer or blue light readers? Visit our "What are Computer Readers?" guide.

Blue light is a type of high-energy light in the visible light spectrum. Blue light comes from artificial sources, including digital screens and electronic devices, and natural sources, including the sun.

*Filters at least 30% of blue-violet light. The percentage refers to the average amount of blue-violet light (between 400-455nm as stated by ISO TR 20772:2018) filtered as measured in 5nm increments. Covered by U.S. Pat. No. 8,360,574. Other U.S. and foreign patents pending.