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I wear my sun glasses at night so i can see the light
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Do these actually work? Is it just unshaded polarized lenses?
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Anyone know if these could be good computer glasses for anti fatigue/eye strain? Or is that hype? With all the learning from home, I'm tempted to get these for the kids...
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Forgive the dumb question, but would these work in tandem with auto dimming rear view and side mirrors? Or would it be too much? I don't want to reduce nighttime visibility, but one of my cars rides so low to the ground that I constantly get blinded by headlights.
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Do these actually work? Is it just unshaded polarized lenses?
I can not comment on this specific model, but I love my yellow lens driving glasses. They are really awesome in the rain. For me rhey make seeing in the rain a lot better and clearer. Really reduces the glare at night as well.
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Amazon really needs to find a solution for these fake reviews.

Several five stars reviews on this product are clearly made up ones.
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Amazon really needs to find a solution for these fake reviews.

Several five stars reviews on this product are clearly made up ones.
It's gotten beyond bad
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I bought these off aliexpress for roughly the same price. For 12 bucks, it's pretty good, you don't need to wait 2 months for shipping.

I started with the blue light blockers from jins eyeglasses (sorta works, reduces blue light by 25%). But these yellow tinted glasses are the bees knees. I use it to work in the dark and read my kindle. Don't use it for driving though.

The brand I bought before was different but I'm sure it's the same manufacturer but different label.
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Anyone know if these could be good computer glasses for anti fatigue/eye strain? Or is that hype? With all the learning from home, I'm tempted to get these for the kids...

They work. I'm a software engineer and unfortunately not everything comes in dark mode. So switching from my IDE to the browser, you get hit with a flash of white light really stings the eyes.

You can cheap out and get those:

https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasi...540&sr=8-3

These also work. They just don't look as cool
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Amazon really needs to find a solution for these fake reviews.

Several five stars reviews on this product are clearly made up ones.
But God forbid anybody post the Fakespot results here or the shills will come out of the woodwork screaming that people who check Fakespot scores are "sheeple" and Fakespot is antichrist, etc.

BTW, these get a Fakespot B. ReviewMeta Report Card: Fail.
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Anyone know if these could be good computer glasses for anti fatigue/eye strain? Or is that hype? With all the learning from home, I'm tempted to get these for the kids...
Not sure but for computer light orange (blue light blocking) are the best.
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Do these actually work? Is it just unshaded polarized lenses?
These work great for shilling.
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Amazon really needs to find a solution for these fake reviews.

Several five stars reviews on this product are clearly made up ones.
There are some Telegram channels (from sellers on Amazon) putting freebie items in return for 5-star reviews for those items. You basically pay for it and then get a rebate in less than 7 days after your review.
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If you don't mind the increase of an accident, buy a pair and wear them for night driving.
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