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Please note that this product is drop shipped direct from Baxter Blue.
This pair of Baxter Blue Addison design glasses in Blush Pink (Kids) has a soft nude-pink coloured frame and features Blue+ lenses, which have a barely noticeable tint that blocks out 50% of the harmful blue light children's eyes are exposed to from looking at TV, mobile phone and computer screens. These prescription-free glasses are ideal for helping to prevent restless sleep and symptoms of eye strain such as dry or itchy eyes, blurry vision and headaches, which can occur after prolonged periods of digital screen use.
Suitable for both indoors and outdoors as they block UV light, resist scratches and have an anti-reflective coating to reduce glare, they feature a strong, light frame with spring hinges for a flexible fit, and come with a cleaning cloth and durable storage case for protection. They do not cause any eye dependency, so can be worn as often as needed.
Frame Fit: Narrow/Medium (Kids size - recommended age 10-13 years)
Size (mm): Eye - 47 / Bridge - 18 / Temple - 130
Face Shape: Oval, Round, Heart
Baxter Blue has partnered with RestoringVision to give the gift of vision to those throughout the world who would otherwise not have access to glasses. For every pair of Baxter Blue glasses purchased, another pair of reading glasses will be provided to a person in need.
Australian owned and designed.
Discount Codes and Free Gifts do not apply to this product for the following options: Blush Pink Sent Separately
Acetate frames, CR39 Lenses. PU Black Case, Outer Cardboard protective Box
As it may take a little while to adjust to the feel of the frames, it is suggested to gradually wear them in.
Always store your Baxter's in their glasses case when not wearing them and keep them out of direct sunlight.
Use both hands to take them off.
Never place the lenses directly onto any surface as this may scratch them.
Regularly clean them with the supplied cleaning cloth.
Never leave your Baxter's in a hot car as the heat may damage the lenses over time.
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