Elecom - Clip-on glasses that protect your eyes from blue light

Elecom - Clip-on glasses that protect your eyes from blue light

 

We wrote about the previous model from Elecom's "PC GLASSES" series, which cut blue light to reduce your eye strain caused by staring at LED displays. Today, Elecom announced that they will release 2 new models - "OG-CBLP01BR" and "OG-CBLP01GY" - in late August.

These are glasses attachments that you mount on your own glasses with built-in clips. The brown lens model "OG-CBLP01BR" cuts blue light by 50% and the gray lens model "OG-CBLP01GY" cuts blue light by 47%.

Both models are offered in 3 sizes (Small, Medium, and Large). Price is open price.

 

 

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Elecom is going to release eyeglasses called "PC GLASSES", which cuts blue light by 65% and reduces your eye strain caused by staring at smartphone, tablet, PC etc.

All parts of "PC GLASSES" are produced in Japan, and "TR-90" developed by Swiss EMS is used for the material of the glasses frame. "PC GLASSES" is light so that you won't feel uncomfortable after wearing them for a long time.

Available colors are brown, green, gray, navy, pink, and wine red.

Price: Open price
Weight: 16g

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