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Blue blocker

Discussion in 'The Leptin Rx' started by Jasmin, Aug 31, 2012.

  1. Jasmin

    Jasmin New Member

    Can someone help me with finding out where to buy blue blocker glasses and bulbs. I have found different glasses at amazon but dont know wich one I should choose and I have not found the bulbs yet :confused:
     
  2. Coriander

    Coriander Silver

  3. I'm using the Uvex S1933X "Skyper" which works well. (Everything blue appears black when seen through these)

    They are super cheap, so I have several pairs at home, in my car, in my boat etc. They are not exactly fashionable, though.. :cool:
     
  4. Endless

    Endless Guest

    I have those too, but I can still see some blue....wonder if that means they are not enough?
     
  5. nate.reik@yahoo.com

    nate.reik@yahoo.com New Member


    http://rs.nationalsafetyinc.com/company_79//UvexLensTechnology.pdf



    Check out the charts they have for the different color lenses. The SCT ones are about as good as you could get for blocking blue, I'd think. Did Jack put a wavelength limit on it? For some reason 520nm sticks in my head as a cutoff point?



    Either way, you're good up to 540 w/ these. For the price, they certainly can't be beat.
     
  6. Jasmin

    Jasmin New Member

    Thank you so much :)
     
  7. Anyone have any fit overs to recommend? I have glasses already....I got some from Amazon (Amber color) that are wrap around but how do I know if they're doing what they should? Anyone know a brand that is wrap around that doesn't cost $70 etc? Thanks!
     
  8. freshveggies

    freshveggies Silver

  9. Thanks so much fresh veggies (great name!)....



    Anyone know whether ANY yellow bulbs would work, like these here, for regular lights?
     
  10. Lyndra

    Lyndra Gold

    Those look promising and are a whole lot cheaper than lowbluelights.com. The orange fluorescent I recently bought at Home Depot passed the "CD test" (wiggle a CD in the light and see if the blue spectrum disappears). I'll try a few of these and see how it goes. Thanks for the link!
     
  11. Lyndra

    Lyndra Gold


    I've tried a "bug" light and it did not remove the blue spectrum.
     
  12. Thanks, Lyndra. I guess I will just use it as an actual bug light!
     

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