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Choosing the perfect pair of glasses to suit your face shape can be tricky. The MVMT brand understands this, and also understands that glasses are not only practical, but a fashion statement as well. They also believe in style that doesn’t break the bank. Which is great for us millennials who like to shop online and find a good deal. In fact, it’s the whole philosophy behind the MVMT brand itself.
MVMT was originally founded as a watch brand in Los-Angeles by two college dropouts, Jake Kassan and Kramer LaPlante, who were 21 and 22 at the time. The pair wanted to utilise their hunger for success, paired with their ecommerce backgrounds and a thirst for entrepreneurship, to build a brand that provides accessories for millenials. And that’s exactly what they did, quickly building the hugely successful brand. Since launching, the MVMT brand has expanded from selling their classic watches and into creating glasses for millenials who are just like them.
So if you’re looking for men’s glasses with a simple, classic yet stylish look, suitable for millenials, and that can be bought online with an efficient ecommerce system, the MVMT Ritual Everscroll blue light glasses may just be for you.
Alright, so the brand is great. But what makes the actual glasses themselves so great?
Let’s get down to the nitty gritty of these classic black frames.
The Ritual Everscroll men’s blue light glasses are designed with a fashionably large square frame that looks great on just about any face shape. Though a relatively large fit, they have a convenient size guide to help you choose the right frames for you. Don’t worry, the frames are designed for comfort and durability, so they’re sure to feel great and last you a long time (which is pretty impressive for their reasonable price).
They are also engineered to have optimal balance while being worn, so you won’t have to deal with the pesky slipping-down-the-nose thing that happens with most glasses. If you want to get really technical, according to their website, the exact engineering is comprised of ‘custom hand made cellulose acetate and stainless steel’ materials, coupled with ‘Akulon-coated German screws for proper tension and durability.’ So you can rest assured they’re true to their claims.
Everscroll lenses are also very thin, with high index lenses of 2.1mm, which means they look sleek and flattering. And if that wasn’t enough, Everscroll lenses are designed with anti-reflective technology and blue light filtering, otherwise known as the ‘computer lens’, to help aid your eyes while looking at screens (which let’s be real, we do a lot of). They also provide up to 420mm of UV Protection to protect your eyes from the harsh sun.
But wait, what about the blue lenses? What are those for?
In short, blue light has both benefits and dangers to it. Blue light is also everywhere! It’s emitted from the sun, but also man-made sources such as computer screens, mobile phones, and television screens. Blue light in itself is not immediately dangerous, but what makes it dangerous is the amount of time our eyes are exposed to it (i.e. how much time you spend looking at a screen).
According to allaboutvision.com: “too much exposure to blue light can damage light-sensitive cells in the retina. This causes changes that resemble those of macular degeneration, which can lead to permanent vision loss.”
Blue light can also contribute to eye strain and that’s never a good thing. So, do yourself a favour. If you’re at a job that requires you to be in front of the screen for hours at a time or you’re just stuck to your phone, these could be a well-worth investment for your eyes!
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