Well its been a long time coming and we’ve finally got around to putting our thoughts down on the review of these Energeyes Anti-Digital Eye Strain glasses. If you don’t know yet, these are like computer glasses for the new era of displays and are designed for use with PC monitors, TV’s, and even smartphones or tablets. They block out blue light and glare, and improve the contrast of the displays in the process. Its not rocket science, and some phone manufacturers have caught on and provide “Reading / Blue Light Filter” modes for that particular reason. But we still mostly stare at multiple screens for hours on end and there’s always no guarantee that those have blue light filters. That’s where these Energeyes come in. So for the asking price of PHP 1,999 should you get these? Watch our video review to find out!
The benefit of talking longer to review something is that we can take an extended look at the product and after about a month we’re very confident about recommending these Energeyes glasses. They’re quite comfortable and we’ve noticed that we could manage working on our screens for longer periods of time without having to rest our eyes. If you use computers or displays all day or even casually but want to keep eye strain at a minimum, be sure to check these out! (They’re available at Ekotek branches & iStudio in Shangri-La Plaza mall.)
You can learn more about Energeyes, digital eye strain, and the technology behind it on their website here.
Energeyes do a great job of preventing eye strain while using computers or mobile devices for long periods of time - plus they're lightweight and look good too. There are no solutions for people with prescription lenses for now, but they're worth a look even if you're a casual gamer or PC user.
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