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  • Satin dark gunmetal frame with shiny black temple tips
  • Lens Material: Polycarbonate with UV400 and anti-reflective coating
  • Hinge type: Integrated metal spring hinge
  • Case included

Do you experience tired, red eyes after hours on your smart phone, tablet, or computer? With the increased use of digital devices and continual switching from one screen to the next, your eyes have to work harder. This can temporarily cause eye strain, headaches, dry eyes and blurred vision. Introducing Foster Grant® Eyezen, new digital glasses, designed for your connected life.

These non-prescription glasses are specially designed to block potentially harmful blue light and help relax your eyes while using your digital devices.  Foster Grant® Eyezen™ employs two new technologies that provide a heightened layer of protection against digitial eye strain:

1.    A patented lens coating that blocks approximately 29% of potentially harmful blue light*

2.    SmartFocus™ Technology which provides a slight enhancement to the lower portion of the lens to help the eyes stay relaxed while using digitial devices

*Harmful blue light refers to the 415-455 nanometer range of the visible light spectrum. The percentage represents the average amount of harmful blue light blocked at 5 nanometer increments in this range.


Spec Details
FeaturesScratch/Impact Resistant Lenses
StyleFull Frame


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Blocks blue light but less than perfect optics


from undisclosed

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Comments about Finn:

I ordered the Finn glasses and they work well for blocking the blue light of computer screens. They definitely help alleviate eye fatigue. However, the clarity of the optics is not great. I have 20/20 vision, but these glasses cause a slight blurring of my peripheral vision and my vision along the edges of the lenses. The straight ahead vision is okay, but they seem to blur the stuff you're not looking at through the exact center of the lenses.

(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)


Eyezen -- meditative glasses for digitally challenged eyes!


from Dallas, Texas

Comments about Eyezen Finn:

Thank you Foster Grant! Finally a pair of non-prescription glasses that are clear in the upper portion and seem to have a moderate enhancement in the lower third (my perception). I have no distance prescription and only have an ultra mild stigmatism -- less than 1. So the Eyezen glasses are perfect for me! The Eyezens allow me to read my tablet in a meeting and still look up at a distant screen of projected information without having to age myself by sitting my other readers on the tip of my nose. Good stuff! Keep it up!

(15 of 15 customers found this review helpful)


Great glass..but not for bright rooms


from Detroit

Verified Buyer

Comments about Eyezen Finn:

The glasses are great and look good. My only critique is that the lenses reflect the light behind me really well. For a while I couldn't figure out what the little blue glare was in the corner of my vision until I realized it was reflecting a window from across the room, behind me. If you are working at night or in a dimly lit room tho (as I usually am) you are good to go.

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