Barner 2.0 computer glasses are designed to protect your eyes from blue light from your digital devices, and the stylish look ensures the glasses are compliant to your personal style. Like the idea? Let’s continue checking.
The Barner 2.0 is a pair of well-designed and practical computer glasses that is available in two models: Dalston and Le Marais. As we can see from the images, both models show off a stylish urban-style appearance design, and four different frame colors and patterns allow the glasses to meet more personal preferences. Meanwhile, the flex hinges and temples allow them to adapt to any size of face, and the rubberized texture on the frame allows for a better grip on your nose and ears.
Using the light filtering system, Barner 2.0’s lenses block are able to block 40% of the blue light on the harmful spectrum and 100% of the blue light at 410nm from your computer and mobile devices, so you will feel your eyes fresher and more comfortable. Moreover, it will help you avoid early macular degeneration.
The Barner 2.0’s lenses are coated with extra hard coat combined with an extremely smooth surface in order to protect the lenses from scratching, while the anti-static coating and hydrophobic layer prevent the lenses from static, dust, droplets and oil stains. The flawlessly top smooth coating allows you to easily clean the lenses. In addition, an optional solar clip-on turns the computer glasses into sunglasses.
The team behind Barner 2.0 is raising fund for the product on Kickstarter. We can pledge $68 to preorder the computer glasses and a clip-on. The bundle will be shipped in February 2019.