Since the start of COVID, kids have been on digital devices more than ever. Being an optometrist, Dr. Amanda Jolly knows the strain electronic devices put on kids’ eyes. After some thought, she decided to do something about it, and Jolly Specs were born.
Working with several vendors, Dr. Jolly developed fun, simple kids glasses specifically designed for use with digital devices. With their blue light-blocking lenses, these glasses are ideal for kids and their many screens. In addition to the filtering blue light, Jolly Specs’ unique lenses feature a +0.25 power to reduce eyestrain, relaxing the eyes natural focusing system as well as helping regulate sleep.
Jolly Specs are specifically designed for use with digital devices at distances closer than arms length, and are exclusively available at Tower Clock Eye Center at a price of $49.95.
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