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Cat Eye Womens Computer Readers with Magnification. It will not only help you read a book like a regular reader, but also block the blue light like a computer glasses, so that you will not feel much fatigue.

Here is a tip for you to choose a suitable reading glasses.

  • Anti blue light reading glasses with magnification 1.0 for age about 45.
  • Anti blue light reading glasses with magnification 1.5 for age about 48.
  • Anti blue light reading glasses with magnification 2.0 for age about 50.
  • Anti blue light reading glasses with magnification 2.5 for age about 55.
  • Anti blue light reading glasses with magnification 3.0 for age about 60.
  • Anti blue light reading glasses with magnification 3.5 for age above 65.

The above is for reference only. If you have a myopia or want an accurate prescription, please go to your local eye hospital for an eye test and choose the proper prescription.

Every five years, you need to change the reading glasses with more strength. When the age is above 60, the magnification will not change deeply and you don't need to change the reading glasses

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1. REDUCE DIGITAL EYESTRAIN

Long-term exposure to harmful blue light will make the eyeballs tight, causing eye dryness, dizziness and fatigue. Our anti-blue rays eyewear can reduce eye strain, dryness.

2. REDUCE HEADACHE

Long-term exposure to harmful blue light will cause headaches. Our blue lights blocking computer reader glasses can block computer glare, reduce headache.

3. IMPROVE SLEEP QUALITY

Long-term exposure to harmful blue light will inhibit the production of melatonin and affect sleep. Our blue screen reading glasses can improve sleep quality.

4.PROTECT YOUR EYES

Long-term exposure to harmful blue light will affect vision, cause some eye diseases, and even cause blindness. Our anti-blue light eyeglasses can protect your eyes from eye diseases.

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