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These non-prescription Baxter Blue glasses in Clark / Gloss Black are a stylish way to protect your eyes from constant exposure to the blue light emanating from digital screens. Made with virtually clear, premium Blue+ lenses with anti-reflective coating to reduce glare, they filter out 50% of harmful blue violet light, which has been shown to cause eye strain, with associated symptoms such as dry eyes and loss of focus, headaches and difficulties sleeping.
Handcrafted from cellulose acetate, these Baxter Blue glasses feature quality CR39 lenses, are sturdy yet lightweight and have top-quality spring hinges for a flexible fit. Each pair comes with a case for safe storage and a cleaning cloth to keep the lenses spotless.
Frame Fit: Medium/Large
Size (mm): Eye - 49 / Bridge - 21 / Temple - 145
Face Shape: Oval, Square, Rectangle
Baxter Blue has partnered with RestoringVision to give the gift of vision to those throughout the world who would otherwise not have access to glasses. For every pair of Baxter Blue glasses purchased, another pair of reading glasses will be provided to a person in need.
Australian owned and designed.
Acetate frames, CR39 Lenses. PU Black Case, Outer Cardboard protectve Box
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Always store your Baxter's in their glasses case when not wearing them.
Use both hands to take them off.
Never place the lenses directly onto any surface as this may scratch them.
Regularly clean your Baxter's with the supplied cleaning cloth. Keep your Baxter's out of direct sunlight.
Never leave your Baxter's in a hot car as the heat may damage the lenses over time.
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