Digi Blue Lens

 Phones, computers, TVs, and other devices with
digital screens are part of daily life, 
but those screens emit
harmful light called
shortwave blue light
that can strain and damage your eyes.

So what can you do?
Well, you could toss all your phones, computers,
and TVs in a dumpster and move into the nearest cave.
Or you could come to us, since Anytime Glasses offers lenses that
filter out shortwave blue light to protect your eyes.
Choose wisely!


Short Wave Blue Light?


Shortwave blue light is a type of intense, high-energy light
that can cause a variety of health issues 

Blurred vision
Extended exposure to digital screens can sometimes cause
problems with vision, including difficulty focusing.

Dry or irritated eyes
Eye strain from shortwave blue light can cause
your eyes to become dry, itchy or inflamed.

Headaches and migraines
It’s not just eyes – exposure to shortwave blue light can
also cause headaches and migraines.

Difficulty sleeping
Shortwave blue light can also disrupt your sleep cycle,
making it harder to fall asleep and sleep restfully through the night.

Yikes! Sounds bad, but if you’re starting to feel the shortwave blue light, fear not – we can help!


Our lenses filter out
99% of short wave blue light

To prevent you from turning into a blurry-eyed, sleepless zombie suffering from constant headaches,
we offer lenses that filter out up to 99% of harmful shortwave blue light.

So the next time you spend a few hours on the couch streaming your favorite TV show
while eating ice cream straight out of the carton, your eyes will thank you.

Break open the mint chocolate chip!



Take extra
Care with kids
Eye health at any age is important, but it’s essential for children. Kids’ eyes are still growing and developing, so shielding them from damage during youth is crucial to maintaining healthy eyes later in life.
Luckily, you can rest easy knowing your kids’ eyes are protected if they’re wearing lenses that filter out
shortwave blue light. And while a pair of our glasses will certainly promote children’s eye health,
we can’t promise they’ll help you convince them to eat their vegetables.