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Do the UVEX glasses really work?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created November 04, 2010 at 11:50 PM

Do they really block blue light 100%? After searching through the website, I see that some users have merely mentioned that they have bought it without saying anything about whether it works or not. In contrast users talking about the glasses from lowbluelights.com have mentioned that it works wonders (here and here).

And how about cocoon glasses. One of it has 100% blue light prevention but only about 34% (one third) total light is allowed. Anybody has any experience with that?

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on November 05, 2010
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Amazon search uvex orange. Went to uvex and found the model I liked the look of then searched that model #

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on November 05, 2010
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Can you remind us again, where you got your $ 10 safety goggles?

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on November 05, 2010
at 12:44 PM

I have standard orange uvex, I highly doubt 100% block.

That said, I fall asleep faster when I wear them.

I'm not sure we need 0% blue light, just need it lowered to non-modern levels, which my $10 safety goggles seem to do fine.

04293f705870e1837b8670d3c1cd5f67

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on November 05, 2010
at 02:18 PM

Can you remind us again, where you got your $ 10 safety goggles?

4b97e3bb2ee4a9588783f5d56d687da1

(22923)

on November 05, 2010
at 05:34 PM

Amazon search uvex orange. Went to uvex and found the model I liked the look of then searched that model #

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