DJ CHANTEL JEFFRIES PRACTISE'S SAFE SPECS.
Quay Australia Release Blue Light Blocking Eyewear.
Quay Australia launch their debut Blue Light collection, blue light blocking, clear lens glasses in conjunction U.S. DJ and Music Producer Chantel Jeffries.
Blue light from screens can cause headaches, blurry vision, and eye strain. In response, Quay Australia selected six of their best-selling frames, and recreated them with blue light lenses, featuring technology to assist with blocking potentially harmful (blue) HEV light from screens.
Wear them when working on a laptop, watching TV, or scrolling the ‘gram to look good and feel good.
Quay Australia's Blue Light Collection is available now quayaustralia.com.au
$60 - 70 AUD
1. Download Zip Folder of Blue Light images worn by Chantel Jeffries here.
2. Download Zip Folder of Blue Light product images here.
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Blue light filtering glasses
You protect your eyes from the sun. So why don’t you protect them from the harmful light emitted by the screens we look at all day long? Blue light filtering glasses feature unique lenses to help to block out the HEV light emitted by digital
What is HEV light?
HEV light, or blue light, has always existed, but our exposure to it has increased substantially as the time we spend in front of screens increases. Screens that use LED technology such as smartphones, tablets, computer monitors, or TV screens emit very strong blue light waves. HEV blue light has the shortest wavelength of all the light on the visible spectrum, which causes flickering and glaring that can lead to headaches, physical and mental fatigue, and blurry vision, eye fatigue, and dry eyes related to digital eye strain.
What do blue light filtering glasses do?
Blue light filtering glasses help combat the symptoms of digital eye strain by providing a barrier between your eyes and the source of the light, much like sunglasses protect your eyes from the sun.
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