About HD Vision Computer Eyes

In order to help reduce headaches related to eye strain, fatigue, and even damage, HD Vision Computer Eyes are a pair of glasses that claim to feature specially designed lenses that filter out the harmful rays coming from your computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, and television. In addition, HD Vision Computer Eyes is claimed to feature HD technology that enhances color and contrast, and boosts the color and clarity of your monitor.

HD Vision Computer Eyes is claimed to be equally perfect for men and women, and also come in a wraparound version that allows you to wear them over prescription glasses.

When it comes down to it, the world is full of beautiful things, and you want to keep your eyes healthy so that you can enjoy each and every one of them. So can HD Vision Computer Eyes help you accomplish this? Think about the following before placing your order:

Are the Benefits Provided by HD Vision Computer Eyes Necessary?

In other words, does your desktop, laptop, tablet, and TV emit harmful rays that can cause eye strain, or even damage? The Health Physics Society cuts right to the chase by saying, “According to the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), "there is no convincing scientific evidence that computer video display terminals (VDTs) are harmful to the eyes."  The common complaints of eye discomfort and fatigue are associated with ergonomic factors such as distance from the person to the monitor, monitor height and brightness, etc.”

Furthermore, the American Optometric Association writes, “These vision problems are not new or unique to computer use. Many individuals in other highly visually demanding occupations will experience similar vision related problems. However, the unique characteristics and high visual demands of computer work make many individuals susceptible to the development of eye and vision-related symptoms. Uncorrected vision conditions, poor computer design and workplace ergonomics and a highly demanding visual task can all contribute to the development of visual symptoms and complaints. “

Put more bluntly, the answer is no.

Instead, if you’re experiencing headaches, eye strain, and/or eye fatigue, you can prevent much of this by moving your monitor to a better position, cleaning/dusting your screen, changing the brightness/contrast, using a plastic glare filter, and more.

Important note: This isn’t to say that all products such as HD Vision Computer Eyes won’t provide some kind of benefit. For example, there are other eye fatigue-reducing glasses available on the market (perhaps the most well-known brand is Gunnars) that claim to accomplish this using proprietary lens designs that limit airflow around your eyes, which increases humidity and causes you to blink less, thereby preventing strain.

Are Other Consumers Using HD Vision Computer Eyes? What Feedback Do They Have?

HD Vision Computer Eyes is a very new product, and there were no online customer reviews available at the time of our research.

However, these glasses are manufactured by Idea Village, a popular ASOTV company who also makes Yoshi Grill and Bake and Yes! by Finishing Touch, as well as other HD-related glasses such as the HD Vision Ultras. The company holds an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, despite nearly 150 closed complaints (as of 11/23/14), most of which appear to reference products that don’t work as advertised, poor customer service, and long shipping times.

Arbitration Agreement

Finally, keep in mind that by placing an order on the HD Vision Computer Eyes website, you’ll be submitting to an arbitration agreement. Essentially, this means you’ll be waiving your right to take the company to court, whether on your own or as part of a class action lawsuit.

HD Vision Computer Eyes Pricing & Refund Policy

HD Vision Computer Eyes are priced at $10 plus $5.99 S&H, and you’ll be required to purchase a second pair for additional $5.99 S&H, bringing your total to $21.98.

Along with your order, you’ll also receive a free clip with each pair that attaches to your monitor for easily storing your glasses.

HD Vision Computer Eyes comes with a 30-day refund policy, less S&H charges. Important note: This means that if you’re dissatisfied with the product and decide to return it, you’ll immediately lose $11.98 in S&H charges, which is almost 20% more than the cost of the product itself. And to add insult to injury, this is before you factor in what it will cost you to ship the product back to the manufacturer.

In order to initiate the refund process, you’ll need to contact customer service at 888-435-3103.

Can HD Vision Computer Eyes Really Help Prevent Eye Strain & Fatigue?

Chopping to the Point: While there’s not enough information provided on the HD Vision Computer Eyes website to say with certainty that they won’t provide you with any kind of benefit, they won’t block any kind of “harmful rays” from your computer or tablet. Why? Because this is a non-existent problem.

However, to potentially save yourself from losing $15 or so in S&H changes if you’re dissatisfied, if you’re thinking about purchasing some eye fatigue-reducing glasses, we might recommend doing so through a local retailer.

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