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Oak Blue Light e.Readers™

£25.00
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  • Features

    100% UVA-UVB
    Lens Protection

    Scratch Resistant Lenses

    Blue Light Filtering

    Spring Hinges

    Description

    Oak Blue Light Reading Glasses by Foster Grant® bring an air of retro cool to your look. Featuring our innovative blue light lenses**, these reading glasses have a matte black plastic and dark gunmetal frame paired with matte black temples and a touch of gunmetal trim.

    Includes hard case.

    All plastic parts of this frame are made from at least 20% recycled polycarbonate.*

    **Our blue light reading glasses incorporate a patented lens technology that filters approximately 30% of potentially harmful blue light. Potentially harmful blue light refers to the 415-455 nanometer range of the visible light spectrum. The percentage represents the average amount of blue light filtered at 5 nanometer increments.
    Covered under U.S. Pat No. 8,360, 574.
    Other U.S. and foreign patents pending.
    Lenses help filter potentially harmful blue light from devices such as computers, laptops, and smartphones.
    Additional lens coatings help minimise scratching.

    *The percentage of recycled content is calculated at mass balance.

    Complies with ISO 16034:2002 and BS EN 14139:2010. For near-vision and reading use only. Not for regular use without the approval of an eye care professional. Not for driving or vehicle operation. Not for distance vision. Not for use as eye protection. Not suitable for driving and road use. Not suitable for persons under the age of 16.

    CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE: To clean your readers, use water and soap avoiding all types of solvents or alcohol.

    Brand
    Foster Grant
    Frame Shape
    Square
    Frame Style
    Semi Rimless
    Gender
    Unisex
    Lens Type
    Full Magnification
    Frame Material
    Plastic
    SKU
    RFGXOAK100

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