Stop Junk Light with TrueDark® Twilights Glasses Elite. This technology frees your hormones and neurotransmitters to do their best work. The Twilights lenses are strategically designed based on research and technology that uses pure, durable, prescription grade polycarbonate lenses. This results in true clarity of light and consistent junk light coverage throughout the scratch resistant lenses.
These glasses are darker on the top to protect against harsh junk light as well as with distance glare. The glasses have been designed with the lower half of the lens being lighter, to help you perform your normal tasks such as relaxing with a book, watching TV or cooking dinner.
Advanced UV 400 clear blue light blocking lensed glasses designed with a modern half-rim frame. The transition capability of these glasses makes it perfect for indoor and outdoor use, helping you live a healthier live wherever you are.
This superior yellow lensed eyewear is ideal for people who are exposed to artificial blue light-emitting devices for long periods of time. These photochromic lenses allow you to wear the glasses indoors and well as outdoors, continuously protecting you from junk light as well as UVA/UVB rays.
TrueDark® Daylights Glasses Fairlane help filter the overabundance of junk light from artificial light sources when you are indoors, working on computers, watching TV, or anywhere else junk light is impacting your performance. TrueDark® Daylights will help you find the right balance of blue light exposure from artificial light sources. TrueDark® Daylights tones down the amount of the blue wavelengths that negatively impact your biology.
Truedark® yellow eyewear is ideal for users who work, live and play in environments that are lit with artificial blue light emitting fixtures and devices such as TVs, computers, tablets, phones etc. Yellow lens glasses are ideal for people who suffer from disrupted sleep-wake cycle/circadian rhythms. Yellow lens eyewear is also ideal for shift workers as they can be more sensitive to artificial lighting during the dark hours they are awake, which disrupts their natural sleep-wake cycle/circadian rhythm.