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Duduma RT2014 Computer Glasses Readers Reading Video Gaming Glasses of Anti Blue Light Eye Strain and UV Light Coating with Superlight & Flexible Frame (Black matte frame with yellow lens)

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Thanks op! In for one
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Here is FakeSpot report [fakespot.com]...!!!
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Got dollar store written all over it.
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Thanks! I was looking for a cheap pair to help with long gaming sessions.
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wow - gotta be careful. where can you get real legit COMPUTER GLASSES?
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Thanks for pulling that report.
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Will this give me 5FPS?
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this is a POS status item
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wow - gotta be careful. where can you get real legit COMPUTER GLASSES?
I have these [amazon.com] - not specifically for gaming but for avoiding blue light at night.
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Says they prevent "eye sour" and "blindness." I certainly don't want my eyes to taste sour or go blind, but I'll stay away. This reminds me of email spam messages.
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wow - gotta be careful. where can you get real legit COMPUTER GLASSES?
I like my Gunnar glasses quite a bit. I use them for daily coding work, particularly in the evenings. In addition to the color filtering, they provide some magnification, which I like, and the optics seem to be of high quality. Gunnars can be expensive at MSRP, but do go on sale, I paid $20 for mine, and would happily pay $30 to replace them. There was a deal recently around that price, but I think it has expired. Perhaps worth starting a deal alert, if you are interested...
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Just use the blue light filter that every OS has now. Much easier than getting a special pair of glasses.
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I've owned a few pairs of Gamma Ray sunglasses and though cheap they are pretty good.

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Just use the blue light filter that every OS has now. Much easier than getting a special pair of glasses.
I think you're speaking about cell phones. I'm pretty sure my computer doesn't have a blue light filter...
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