Nocturnal Ultra Red Lenses in Fit-over Frames are here!
The Nocturnal Ultra Red Lenses have been designed based on research and a unique technology to filter out the ALL wavelengths that interfere with melatonin production— maximizing your sleep quality, performance, and health.
These are the world's most advance blue and green light blocking lens designed for after dark use. It blocks 100% of blue and green light from 380-550nm making it the most powerful lens around.
We have wrapped our Nocturnal Ultra lens in a high quality light fit-over frame with a wrap around fit to eliminate any unfiltered light getting in, even when worn over your prescription glasses or reading glasses.
These glasses are made for people who a serious about improving their sleep and want the best possible product to do the job!
- UV, glare and scratch resistant lenses
- Block all blue light from 380-500nm, and all green light from 500-550nm
- Lightweight waterproof polycarbonate frame
- Fit-over frame allowing these to be worn over reading glasses, prescription glasses or pavoscreen glasses.
- Full coverage foam barrier border for maximum coverage
- Hardshell glasses case
- 14.5cm wide at front
What's The Difference Between These And The Orginal BlockBlueLight Fit-Overs?
These Nightfall Fitovers are our premium and best Fitover Glasses. Here is why:
- The Nightfalls use our Nocturnal Red Lens - which blocks not only blue light, but green light as well. Green light also impacts melatonin and sleep. Our standard fitovers only block blue light.
- Our Nightfalls have a stylish frame - they look really good when worn! The standard fit-overs are not very fashionable, we must admit!
- Our Nightfalls come with a hard case, perfect for storing your glasses and travelling with them. The standard fitovers don't.
What Should You Choose?
If you are serious about improving your sleep, and you want a nice looking set of glasses that come with a handy case, then our Nightfall Fitovers are the recommended choice!
These ship from our warehouse in Sydney Australia