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264 frames
Rocco Coastline Crystal Fade

Rocco

$195
Domingo Cinnamon Crystal Fade
Gilda Lido Crystal Fade

Gilda

$195
Leti Elderberry Crystal Fade

Leti

$195
Chamberlain Whiskey Tortoise
Freddy Apricot

Our blue-light-filtering lenses

- Blue light glasses filter out the short-wave blue-violet light emitted by digital screens (and other sources). 
- You can add blue-light-filtering lenses to any frames. 
- You donโ€™t need a prescription to add blue-light-filtering lenses to your frames.

Elias Cacao Crystal
Durand Laguna Crystal Matte
Esme Sesame Tortoise

Esme

$95
Crane Black Matte Eclipse
Carlton Seaweed Crystal
Duncan Oak Barrel with Riesling

Duncan

$145

How to buy blue light glasses at Warby Parker

  • Find a pair of eyeglasses you like

    Then click โ€œSelect lenses and purchase.โ€ (Just like you normally would.)

  • Select your prescription type

    Choose from single-vision (the standard prescription for near or distance) or progressive (a prescription that covers reading, distance, and in between). We also have readers (no prescription required!), as well as non-prescription lenses.

  • Choose your lenses

    We offer standard clear lenses, blue-light-filtering lenses, and light-responsive lenses in three colors (grey, brown, and green). If youโ€™d like blue-light-filtering lenses, select them for an additional $50.

Level up blue-light-filtering lenses with anti-fatigue lenses

Anti-fatigue, blue-light-filtering lenses might be the ultimate combo for your computer glasses or everyday frames. 

- Blue-light-filtering lenses help block blue light emitted by digital screens (like your phone or computer monitor). 
Anti-fatigue lenses have a slight magnification at the bottom of the lens to help the eyes transition from far to near.

Together, anti-fatigue and blue-light-filtering lenses make a great team. Apply them to any frames at checkout.

Blue light glasses FAQs

The lenses in blue light glasses are specially designed to filter out blue-violet light (one specific type of light in our visible light spectrum than standard eyeglasses). Check out our handy guide to learn all about blue light glasses: What Are Blue Light Glasses?