The new redesign of our site allows us to offer educational information about the hazards of blue light while keeping with our mission to find a solution to digital eye strain that is both fashionable and affordable.
(PRWEB) February 17, 2015
Phonetic Eyewear has unveiled a newly redesigned website complete with in-depth information on the blue light emitted from digital devices and Digital Eye Strain (DES). Additionally the company has added a new line of designer quality frames to round out their collection of classic styles.
Phonetic’s new line, the Premium Collection, includes frames made of high-quality acetate and metals in a variety of colors. Each pair of Phonetic computer glasses features prescription-quality 1.56 index optical lenses designed to reflect and absorb a portion of the harmful blue light to which office workers, students or anyone spending a significant amount of time using digital devices are exposed. These lenses, with their distinctive clear coloring, work to protect eyes from the harmful portion of the blue light spectrum without distorting colors and while improving both visual contrast and comfort.
On the heels of The Vision Council’s 2015 report on Digital Eye Strain, “Hindsight is 20/20/20,” Phonetic Eyewear is pleased to offer a solution to ease the discomfort of Digital Eye Strain while reinforcing the idea that our glasses should reflect individual style and personality.
“The new redesign of our site allows us to offer educational information about the hazards of blue light while keeping with our mission to find a solution to digital eye strain that is both fashionable and affordable,” CEO Joe Zewe said.
For more information on Phonetic Eyewear’s products and blue light emitted from digital devices, please visit them online or call 888-963-6017.
ABOUT PHONETIC EYEWEAR
Phonetic Eyewear was created by optical industry professionals to find a solution for Digital Eye Strain that is both fashionable and affordable. Phonetic Eyewear’s products protect eyes from the harm that is caused by High Energy Visible, or blue, light, commonly emitted by computers, tablets, smartphones and other digital devices. For more information visit phoneticeyewear.com.