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Privé Revaux Affordable Anti-Blue Light Glasses Announced

Privé Revaux has announced a fresh line of affordable Anti-Blue light glasses. These special glasses come in a variety of options with prime examples being The Maestro and The Alchemist (shown below). These two are just a highlighted selection from the more than fifty designs that will be available within the collection launching in spring 2018. Each of the glasses will be available at just $29.95 USD with each of the optional lenses being RX-able. They all come in a variety of unique designs while also offering a selection of color combination options.

Privé Revaux aims to keep the style fresh by having the frames manufactured in limited quantities. The Anti-blue light technology works to combat digital eye strain by blocking harmful blue light rays and prevents them from reaching your eyes. Blue light is something most individuals in modern times come across daily as phones, computers and televisions give it off. It can be rather stressful on the eyes and negative to one's sleep cycle. The technology used in the Privé Revaux eyewear aims to combat this issue. With that you can find details on the two highlighted models below to get an idea of what specifications are present within the product line.
Privé Revaux The Alchemist
The Maestro
Featuring 100% UVA\\/UVB Protection (UV 400) with Cellulose Acetate frames and lenses of Triacetate Cellulose, scratch-resistant, anti-glare coating there's some top notch quality present. The width of the lens here is 48mm, with a 20mm bridge and a temple length of 145mm.

The Alchemist (Shown Above)
Featuring 100% UVA\\/UVB Protection (UV 400) with Cellulose Acetate and Corrosion-Resistant Nickel Silver frames along with lenses of Triacetate Cellulose, scratch-resistant, anti-glare coating there's some top notch quality present. The width of the lens here is 53mm, with a 22mm bridge and a temple length of 143mm.

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