Re Time Glasses Review

May 22, 2023
David Sunnyside

While blue light during the day plays a crucial role in regulating our sleep-wake cycle, too much exposure to this high-energy wavelength in the evening can disrupt our sleep patterns for both children and adults. These glasses, which filter out the blue light associated with digital screens, aim to combat this problem while promoting healthy eye health. They’re ideal for people who need to use a computer, tablet, or smartphone as part of their job and may struggle to end screen time several hours before bedtime. The glasses also offer anti-reflective lenses to prevent glare and are treated to resist fogging, smudging, and water.

The lightweight frames fit comfortably over your eyes and emit a soft green light, which mimics the color of natural light. The light is absorbed by the iris and helps with the production of melatonin, a key factor in regulating our circadian rhythm. The device is rechargeable and comes with two brightness options to suit your needs. Its patented design has been clinically proven to improve the quality of your sleep in just 30 minutes. It is particularly effective for travellers going through different time zones or those who experience a delayed sleep phase during winter.

The re time is available to order online for $199. It’s backed by a 30-day trial period, and shipping is free for U.S. customers who spend over $63 or £25. The company donates a pound to the Royal National Institute of Blind People for every pair of glasses sold in the U.K.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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