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Felix Gray Makes Computer Glasses Look Good

If you experience eyestrain, computer glasses are probably worth it, but for the most part, their aesthetics have been a huge deterrent. Felix Gray is here to change that, with computer glasses that are likely to be mistaken by most people for regular prescription lenses.


Felix Gray glasses are available in three styles, but your choice is more likely to be determined by the size of your head than which design you prefer. In fact, even the largest style, “Faraday”, is still a bit too small for me.

Felix Gray glasses are designed to reduce glare and filter blue light, and optionally include magnification. It’s unlikely Felix Gray filters as much blue light as the Uvex Lifehacker covered, but as the old adage goes, the best pair of computer glasses are the ones you’ll actually wear.

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Felix Gray glasses are also significantly more expensive than pairs we’ve used from Gunnar and EyeBuyDirect, or the Gamma Ray Glasses Lifehacker has written about in the past.

So do they work? As Lifehacker notes, that’s subjective. Every pair of glasses I’ve worn with magnification have given me a better experience when staring at a screen for long periods of time, and Felix Gray are no exception. The difference is that I’m actually going to keep wearing them.


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