A Bad Case Of The Blues: Ending The Blue Light Saga

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GREENWOOD, Ind., March 14, 2018 – Readers.com, the largest reading glasses e-commerce company offering hundreds of affordable readers in a variety of powers, recently released their new premium line of blue light blocking computer readers.

Included in this new line are eight reading glasses coming in two colors per style. These new blue light blocking computer readers' lenses filter out 75% of the highest energy blue light and come in powers +1 to +3. With blue light hindering sleep and causing headaches, these new glasses will reduce eye strain, as well as dry eyes and fatigue.

“At Readers.com, we pride ourselves in truly caring about our customers and their eye health. With our new premium blue light blocking computer readers, we get to now care about our customers on a whole new level, which is exciting for us. With everyone always on their technology devices, this line of readers is an effective way to truly help our customers,” said Julie Schieferstein, Merchandising Manager at Readers.com.

The new blue light blocking computer readers are made out of either optical quality acetate or stainless steel, or a combination of both, and include anti-reflective coating. Coming at a price point of $99.95, these readers are made to order for each customer.

“We're really excited for our customers to get their hands on these unique reading glasses. We know the serious risks of blue light and we look forward to all of the success stories that are shared from our customers,” said Angie Stocklin, COO and Co-Founder of Readers.com.

For more information on the blue light blocking computer readers, visit www.readers.com or call 1-800-210-3975.

ABOUT READERS.COM: In 2006, Readers.com (REA) was formed in the home of Randy and Angie Stocklin. Since then, REA has evolved into a lead selling brand providing over 700 hand-picked readers with multiple styles and power options. REA is committed to providing great value, offering a wide array of selections, and making sure all customers feel satisfaction with personalized customer service based on their needs.

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