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The Best Reviewed Blue Light Blocking Glasses: 6 Stylish Ways To Protect Your Eyes

In today’s tech-obsessed world, most of us find ourselves spending lots and lots of time looking at screens. Whether it’s a full day at your computer or catching up on social media, all the exposure to blue light can take a toll on your eyes. But there’s a simple way to give your eyes a break (and look stylish too). So we’re sharing 6 of the best blue light blocking glasses – that have the reviews to back them up, and have been personally tested by Bobby. 

 

 

Studies have shown that prolonged exposure to the blue light that is emitted by electronic devices can strain the eyes, give you tension headaches and even affect your sleep. So just like wearing sunglasses to protect from harmful UV rays, consider adding a pair of blue light blocking glasses to your screen routine. We’ve combed through thousands of options to find the best-reviewed (and best looking) pairs on the market – and personally tested these pairs to ensure they really provide relief. 

 

Keep scrolling to see the 6 blue light blocking glasses that really work (and the pair Bobby really loves) -starting at just $11!

 

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Leopard Blue Light Blocking Glasses

58,000 reviewers agree: this pair passes the test of being functional and fashionable. They’re also supremely comfortable thanks to a spring hinge that allows the arms to flex past 90 degrees – meaning they will never strain your temples or feel too tight. Plus, they come in 14 other colors – so stock up and have a pair ready for any outfit.

 

Bobby’s Review:
These were the first ones that I tried on and while I didn’t notice a difference immediately as soon as I removed them I noticed how different the color of the screen looked to my eyes. The spring made them very comfortable and didn’t make them annoying to wear or put any pressure on my ears or temples. Compared to the other lenses that I tried these were heavier so if you’re wearing them for long periods of time it may bother you. It didn’t bother me but it’s worth noting.

 

BUY HERE for $11

Maestro Blue Light Blocking Glasses

This timeless style is a best seller for a reason – it looks good on lots of faces (including Bobbys) – and also looks a lot more expensive than it actually is. You can also easily add a prescription to this pair (ideal for anyone who wants to make their reading glasses work even better).

 

Bobby’s Review:
This shape is a classic also is very timeless. They also come in so many different colors you can find one that works for your own personal style. They also felt well constructed and not flimsy. I didn’t notice a difference in the color of the screen when I removed them like some of the others.

 

BUY HERE for $30

Metal Frame Blue Light Blocking Glasses

If you’re looking for an option that feels like you’re not wearing anything at all, check out this stylish metal pair. 14,000 reviewers are raving about the super lightweight frames and how they’re made for hours of comfort (and making you look great too).

 

BOBBY’S REVIEW:
These were the lightest ones that I tried so it felt like I didn’t have anything on. They also come with a case, a screwdriver for tightening, and a blue light test card and light so that you can actually test the glasses to see if they are working. This was pretty convincing

 

BUY HERE for $20

2 Pack Blue Light Blocking Glasses

What could be better than a great pair of glasses with 77,000 positive reviews?  Well, 2 pairs (for the price of one).  You can score this stylish duo in one of 8 color combos and give your eyes a much-needed break.

 

BOBBY’S REVIEW:
While these have amazing reviews, they didn’t have the spring-like some of the other glasses so for those with wider faces they may be a bit uncomfortable. But for the price, they are a great option and 77,000 reviews can’t be wrong.

 

BUY HERE for $16

Gold Aviator Blue Light Blocking Glasses

For a trendy take on blue light blockers, go for these oversize aviators. Reviewers can’t get enough of the lightweight frame that fits almost any face and love the added feature of being able to try them on virtually before buying. 

 

BOBBY’S REVIEW:
In comparison to the other glasses, I didn’t notice a big difference for the increased price point. I love the frame shape and the simplicity of the gold frame but for the added price it doesn’t feel worth it.

 

BUY HERE for $65

 

Retro Round Blue Light Blocking Glasses

There’s a lot to love about this #1 best-selling women’s frame. From a stylish design to a hard-wearing plastic titanium frame to the 17,000 glowing reviews, they really have it all. So don’t strain your eyes for one more second – pick up this pair!

 

BOBBY’S REVIEW:
These are made by the same company that made the gold metal frame ones above, so the lenses are the same. However, I love that these have nose supports unlike some of the other thicker framed glasses which just rest directly on your nose.

 

BUY HERE for $16