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Sleep glasses, the antidote to nighttime Blue Light exposure.

Clinically proven to increase natural melatonin secretion for a better night’s sleep. Available in prescription, non-prescription, or readers.

Need a prescription? We do that too. Blue Light prescription lenses for Sleep glasses start at $195.

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Better than the rest. 15X better, in fact.

We’re cutting through false claims, poor quality add-on lens coatings, and ineffective dyes that “block” Blue Light. Instead, our proprietary Blue Light filtering solution is fully infused within the lens material, allowing us to filter 15X more of the most important Blue Light. When we say our eyewear does more, we mean it.

A chart that has filtration measured in % on the X axis and Bluelight wavelength measured in nanonmeters on the Y axis. It points out that Felix Gray is 15x more effect at at 455nm by filtering almost 30%

Why is it important to filter Blue Light?

With smartphone, tablet, television, and computer usage becoming a standard part of our daily life, the risk of overexposure to Blue Light and digital screen use can be a concern to our vision. Overexposure to Blue Light can negatively impact your health in the following ways:

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    Digital Eye Strain

    Because Blue Light scatters more easily, images can appear lower in contrast.
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    Disrupted sleep patterns

    While Blue Light in small doses can be beneficial during the day, too much...
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    Eye damage

    Some studies suggest that too much Blue Light may be linked to damage...
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What is Blue Light?

Visible light from the sun creates the visible light spectrum, consists of red, orange, yellow, green, and blue light rays. When combined together, what you see is ‘white light.’ Blue Light is on one end of the color spectrum and has the highest energy of these rays. Given its intensity, it can have adverse effects.  Read More

Diagram of the visible light spectrum measured in nanometers. It fouces on bluelight which is between 380 and 500nm. The average screen emits the most bluelight at 455nm level.

Proper amounts of Blue Light can provide various health benefits:

  1. Improve your body’s
    natural sleep cycle*
  2. Help to improve general mood and ease depression*
  3. Improve memory and
    core cognitive functions*
  4. Contribute to healthy eye development in children*

The sun is not the only source of Blue Light. In our modern world, the various electronics we depend on in addition to energy-efficient lighting contribute significantly to our exposure to harmful Blue Light.

*As suggested by recent studies.

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How Blue Light Glasses came to be.

It’s not only important to understand why you should filter Blue Light, but also why Blue Light blocking glasses were created. According to The Vision Council, a group dedicated to improving vision health, over 80% of Americans spend more than two hours a day on a device that emanates Blue Light. 67% of this time is spent on more than one device during this time. Read More

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The truth: Blue Light is all around us.

You may not see it, but Blue Light is everywhere, all around us. Emanating from the sun, LED lights, computer screens, and smartphone screens—Blue Light is virtually inescapable. Unfortunately, too much Blue Light can irritate the eyes (often in the form of Digital Eye Strain) and can disrupt sleep patterns.

Blue Light can be okay in appropriate doses and boost alertness, memory, and other cognitive functions. However, too much of it can irritate the eyes and disrupt sleep patterns. Too much of a good thing can be an issue.

How can you reduce the impacts of Blue Light overexposure?

With smartphone, tablet, television, and computer usage becoming a standard part of our daily lives, the risk of overexposure to Blue Light can be a concern. Overexposure to Blue Light can negatively impact your health and vision in the following ways:

  1. Minimize screen time

    The best way to prevent any adverse effects from Blue Light is to minimize screen time, especially at night. Avoid using your phone or television approximately one hour before you head to bed to prepare your body for the rest it needs and to achieve better sleep.

  2. Wear blue Light glasses

    The best Blue Light blocking glasses (also known as anti-Blue Light glasses, Blue Light blocker glasses, or Blue Light protection glasses) filter out Blue Light, and may help reduce eye fatigue, dry eyes, and eye strain. These Blue Light glasses have special Blue Light blocking lenses specifically designed for increased screen time.Read More

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Find the perfect pair just for you.

You don’t have to sacrifice style for function when it comes to Felix Gray’s Blue Light filter glasses. Simply explore our website and our virtual try on tool to find a pair of Blue Light glasses that will keep your eyes healthy, while complementing your unique style.

Why Felix Gray?

We know first hand that electronic devices are a necessity, and sometimes inevitable, part of our working, social, and personal lives. That’s why, at Felix Gray, we offer the hardest-working blue blocking glasses for the hardest-working individuals. Read More

The ultimate sleep solution

Our lenses target the range of Blue Light that impacts melatonin secretion (440-500 nm wavelengths) to help improve the quality of your sleep.