Best Blue Light UV Glasses

GAMMA RAY 003 UV Glare Protection Amber Tinted Computer Readers Glasses Anti Harmful Blue Rays in Shatterproof Memory Flex Frame - +0.00 Magnification
livho 2 Pack Blue Light Blocking Glasses, Computer Reading/Gaming/TV/Phones Glasses for Women Men,Anti Eyestrain & UV Glare (Matte Black+Leopord)
Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses Women/Men, Fashion Cat Eye Fake Eyeglasses UV Ray Filter Computer Gaming Glasses (Light Black Frames/Transparent Lens)
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GAMMA RAY 003 UV Glare Protection Amber Tinted Computer Readers Glasses Anti Harmful Blue Rays in Shatterproof Memory Flex Frame - +0.00 Magnification
livho 2 Pack Blue Light Blocking Glasses, Computer Reading/Gaming/TV/Phones Glasses for Women Men,Anti Eyestrain & UV Glare (Matte Black+Leopord)
Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses Women/Men, Fashion Cat Eye Fake Eyeglasses UV Ray Filter Computer Gaming Glasses (Light Black Frames/Transparent Lens)
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$16.99
$15.98
$16.99
GAMMA RAY 003 UV Glare Protection Amber Tinted Computer Readers Glasses Anti Harmful Blue Rays in Shatterproof Memory Flex Frame - +0.00 Magnification
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GAMMA RAY 003 UV Glare Protection Amber Tinted Computer Readers Glasses Anti Harmful Blue Rays in Shatterproof Memory Flex Frame - +0.00 Magnification
Price
$16.99
livho 2 Pack Blue Light Blocking Glasses, Computer Reading/Gaming/TV/Phones Glasses for Women Men,Anti Eyestrain & UV Glare (Matte Black+Leopord)
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livho 2 Pack Blue Light Blocking Glasses, Computer Reading/Gaming/TV/Phones Glasses for Women Men,Anti Eyestrain & UV Glare (Matte Black+Leopord)
Price
$15.98
Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses Women/Men, Fashion Cat Eye Fake Eyeglasses UV Ray Filter Computer Gaming Glasses (Light Black Frames/Transparent Lens)
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Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses Women/Men, Fashion Cat Eye Fake Eyeglasses UV Ray Filter Computer Gaming Glasses (Light Black Frames/Transparent Lens)
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$16.99

UV glasses have skyrocketed in popularity over the last few years. With more and more people spending hours in front of their screens, and with problems such as eye strain, headaches, retinal decay, and so on, becoming more prevalent, it’s no wonder people want a way to protect themselves against these potential health risks. This is where UV glasses come into play.

If you don’t already know, UV light, or ultraviolet light, is a form of light with wavelengths too short to be visible to the naked eye. UV light on its own is not harmful; we get a healthy dose of it every day from the sun. But spending long amounts of time exposed to UV light can cause some issues. This is exactly what you can get sunburnt if you lie under the sun for too long. But it’s not just the sun can cause you harm through UV light. Most devices, from TV’s to smartphones, to tablets and even computers, emit some form of UV light or blue light, both of which can have serious effects on your body.

Blue light UV glasses can help prevent this from happening. But with so manu available on the market, it’s hard to know which pair to go for. In this article, we’re going to be going over some of our favourite pairs available to purchase right this second, giving you an in-depth review of each pair, and telling you which one we’d recommend. So without further ado, let’s get stuck in…

Our Top Pick

Taking the top spot on this list are the Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses with UV Ray Filter.

These glasses don’t compromise whatsoever when it comes to the quality and comfort of the build. They are very pleasing to look at, and while they may not be customisable, the chances of you even wanting to change these glasses is very slim as they look amazing enough already!

They come with all the typical features that are to be expected of blue light UV glasses at this point, including: UV400 protection, anti-reflective lenses, and non-polarised lenses.

These are by far the one of the best quality pairs of glasses available on the market!

The Runner Up

Coming in at second place are the Livho Blue Light Blocking Glasses (2 pack).

These are great for those on a budget. The additional pair is convenient if you’re prone to misplacing the odd pair, or if you want to mix-and-match which pair you wear on different occasions/days of the week.

 

They are also extremely comfortable for their price, and even come with a testing kit to ensure the glasses are working properly!

Overall, a pair worth buying.

Top 4 Blue Light UV Glasses – Reviews

1) Product Name: Gamma Ray Blue Light Blocking Glasses

Pros:

  • Tough TR90 Nylon Frame
  • Non-Polarised Lenses
  • Amber Tinted Lenses
  • Anti-Reflective
  • UV400 Protection

Kicking off our list we have one of the more expensive options. But don’t get anxious when we mention the price tag straight away, as these UV glasses are well worth the money!

The glasses are incredibly sturdy. The nylon frame maintains a light weight while increasing durability. They also feel amazing; not too tight, not too loose. They fit just perfect.

Although they may not have much customisability, which we’ll get onto later, they look stylish enough as it is, that there shouldn’t be any reason why you’d want to alter them in any way.

The glasses also have great glare reduction.

Cons:

As previously mentioned, these glasses don’t have many customisable options, and not just in terms of aesthetics. The glasses only come in 2.5x magnification as standard, which doesn’t make them particularly ergonomic. However, this is better than having no magnification at all, or the magnification being so great that it will only be best for those with weaker vision. 2.5x magnification is a good middle ground if they had to go with any sort of magnification.

The amber tint, which is key to this product, can sometimes be its downfall. The tint is noticeable and can be annoying when watching vibrant videos, but it is still good for preventing digital eye strain.

Conclusion:

For those who have never purchased blue light glasses before, these ones probably aren’t the best pick for you, merely due to the price for just a single pair. However, if you have tried some cheaper pairs before, and they just aren’t quite cutting it foy you, then give these a try. Their build quality and level of comfort is fantastic, and they are very effective in preventing glare.

These blue light glasses may be best suited for those who are willing to splash the cash a little more.

2) Product Name: Livho Blue Light Blocking Glasses (2 pack) RUNNER-UP PICK

Pros:

  • Amber Tinted Lenses
  • TR90 Nylon Frame
  • Glare Reduction
  • UV400 Protection
  • Testing Kit Included

On paper, these UV glasses are almost identical in terms of features (except from the non-polarised lens) to the Gamma Ray glasses that have been previously mentioned, but in reality, they’re actually quite different, and here’s why.

First of all, let’s talk about the fit of the glasses. These glasses are very comfortable. Despite being made of the same material, these glasses still feel distinct. They’re a bit tighter than the Gamma Ray pair, but then again, you are getting two pairs for the same price as one pair of Gamma Ray glasses, so you get what you pay for.

Leading on front that point, you, of course, receive two pairs of glasses within this two pack. If you feel like you’re a bit of a klutz, and you may be prone to misplacing a pair, then having that extra pair as a safety net will definitely come in handy.

Sometimes, when it comes to blue light UV glasses, it’s hard to tell whether or not the glasses are working to their full affect. Well, you won’t have to worry about that with theses glasses, as they come with their own UV testing kit.

Cons:

The glare protection on the glasses is pretty disappointing. A lot of the time the glare is still present.

The glasses also don’t come with any form of magnification. This may be a negative for those who are looking to use them for reading, in which magnification is key.

Conclusion:

These glasses are great for people buying their first ever pair. Having two pairs allows for some customisability and personalisation, even if it is slightly limited. Their cheap price is also great for those not sure if they want to spend as much on a singular pair as they would on two. The positives certainly outweigh the negatives on this one!

3) Product Name: Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses with UV Ray Filter TOP PICK

Pros:

  • Non-Polarised Lenses
  • Polycarbonate, Transparent Lenses
  • TR90 Metal and Spring Hinge
  • UV400 Protection
  • Flexible Spring – 15° Expansion

Just like the Gamma Ray pair we look at earlier, what you’re getting with this pair is style and comfort over substance, although this Gaoye pair does have things to offer in that department too.

These blue light UV glasses may just be some of the most comfortable glasses to have ever existed. The pure polycarbonate frame and lenses ensure that the pair are incredibly lightweight without being flimsy. They are certainly sturdy and durable enough to last a long time.

The super flexible spring means that the glasses can fit any head type, no matter how big or small; no more pinching at the sides of your head with these glasses!

It’s also worth mentioning that this Gaoye pair is ever so slightly cheaper, and there’s no postage fees on this pair!

Cons:

You can take all of the cons from the Gamma Ray pair and apply them to this pair: not enough personalisation and customisability, expensive (particularly for first time buyers), you only get the one pair.

Other than that, there’s not much to complain about!

Conclusion:

While these glasses are certainly aesthetically pleasing, and work like a treat, the lack of personalisation and high price point (for just a singular pair) makes recommending these glasses to the average buyer.

 

4) Product Name: Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses (3 pack)

Pros:

  • Anti-Reflective Lens
  • Non-Polarised
  • Polycarbonate HD Lens
  • Lightweight TR90 Frame
  • UV400 Protection

The second and last multi pack on our list is this 3 pack of Gaoye Blue Light Blocking Glasses. Now we’ve already featured Gaoye in this article, but that was for their more premium pair. How do their slightly cheaper options fare?

Although this pair are made of virtually the same materials, this pair don’t feel quite as comfortable as Goaye’s other pair. This is likely due to the lack of the super-flexible spring that Gaoye’s other pair had. However, with all that said, they still feel great, and feel nice and durable.

The anti-reflective lens works like a charm and is a lot less hit-or-miss like some other pairs on the market.

In terms of blue light UV glasses bundles, a 3 pack is the ideal number; not too many that you don’t know what to do with them, but enough to allow for customisability and convenience in the event that you misplace a pair or two.

Cons:

There’s a slight yellowish tint/hue within the glasses which can be slightly off-putting at time, especially I harsh lighting conditions, and is especially noticeable when watching videos. Other than that, these glasses are pretty good!

Conclusion:

As far as multi-packs go, these glasses are pretty great. They don’t compromise on quality too much, but they don’t quite match the same quality as other singular pairs.