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Blue-light blocking glasses … protect your eyes (and maybe win a pair!)

We know how bad blue-light emitting screens are for our eye-health and sleep. So we’re keeping a pair of these new offugo Blue Block readers next to our beds for late night reading on our Kindles, as well as on our office desks and in the lounge, allowing us to use our phones, computers, tablets and watch TV knowing our eyes are protected.

The glasses, by David Green Eyewear, are designed in SA, and developed to selectively block blue light source. They’re stylish, there’s also a lens for those with 20-20 vision, there are four designs and loads of colours to choose from and they’re made with optical standard hinges and rubberized finish for superior comfort. Want to know which style will suit you? Click on greeneyewear.com and use the offugo state-of-the-art technology to ‘click and see yourself’.  They cost from R495 from leading optometrists.

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