Kids Optics CoolTeens Anti Blue Light Radiation Glasses are perfect for kids ages 10 to 16 years old that are exposed to digital devices like laptops, cellphones, computers, TVs, or led lights. Kids Optics Digital Glasses protect your kids’ eyes by blocking harmful blue light up to 45%. Made of non-toxic, durable TR-90 frames with UV400 lenses and blue light blocking coating. Very stylish that your kids would love to wear.
Adopts to the kids’ faces. Comfortable to wear.
Provides maximum flexibility that can be bend inwards outwards. Allows strectching of the temples up to 180 degrees (or even more)
Non-skid Silicon Nosepad (and temples) Does’nt fall of kids faces easily
The exposure of our kids to the digital world offers limitless opportunities for learning BUT poses endless threats and distractions as well. While we, generally, encourage children to explore outdoors and encourage creativity away from any screen, we also have to understand that these digital devices are now an integral part of every kid’s learning, entertainment and communication lifestyle. Hence, this also means being exposed to the BLUE LIGHT.
Eliminates eye strain and headaches, improves focus
Helps promote deeper sleep to boost brain function
Prolonged exposure to gadgets
Improve well being, concentration, quality of life and boost confidence
Regardless of digital devices that your kids use to watch videos, play games or do learning. Kids Optics™ Digital Glasses are optimally designed for kids to block harmful artificial blue light and minimize the adverse health effects caused by the use of computer or tablet screens. Unlike other blue light blocking glasses, Kids Optics™ Digital Glasses have a very subtle tint but blocks the most harmful blue light.
KoolFlex Series is a “no screw” hinges Anti-Blue Light Eyeglasses. Stretch it inward and outward (at least 180˚) – perfect for little kiddos!
Disclaimer: Kids Optics™ glasses are non prescription. Should you feel you need to consult your optometrist please do so prior to purchase. No approved therapeutic claims.