Those who commonly experience headaches, eye strain, blurred vision and fatigue often do not realize that their discomfort may come from spending many hours of staring at a screen—people sometimes also fail to recognize that preventative steps can be taken to provide relief, including something as simple as donning a pair of digital eyewear. About a third of Americans spend eight hours of their day in front of their screen, but less than 10% have tried protecting their eyes with computer glasses.
Felix Gray creates timeless digital eyewear frames with premium smudge- and scratch-resistant lenses with proprietary technology that eliminates glare and filters out blue light. When this type of light is emitted from digital devices, it can cause the eyes to work overtime to protect themselves from exposure, leading to many of the symptoms of digital eye strain. The brand's curated collection of unisex digital eyewear includes a range of classic styles named after renowned scientists and mathematicians, including Turing, Nash and Roebling.
As well as offering protection and style, the glasses are affordably priced and can be ordered in different colorways, with reading and non-prescription options available to best suit one's needs.
Felix Gray recently expanded its line of stylish anti-glare computer glasses with the Kepler, named after German mathematician Johannes Kepler.