Gamer Advantage brings stylish protection against harmful blue light

Gamer Advantage has launched a range of eye-care products and accessories in the UK designed to protect gamers against harmful blue light emitted from device screens.

Available in both prescription and non-prescription form, the specially designed lens is 100% UVA/UVB resistant.  The range of Gamer Advantage eyewear allows the player to view their game in true colour, free from  yellow filter and general distortion.

With a lightweight and stylish frame, the glasses are designed with a bendable Morph-flex frame and can be used comfortably with gaming headsets. The optical grade lenses are coated with a hydrophobic coating, repelling sweat and fingerprints, ideal for competitive play.

Initially available through Amazon in the UK and through www.gameradvantage.com , the Gamer Advantage range plans to make its range of eye-care products available to multiple UK retailers throughout the year as it expands to the rest of the EU.

Bryan Reedy, Founder & CEO of Gamer Advantage said: “I have been a gamer my entire life and as a type 1 diabetic for 25 years, I understand the variety of afflictions gamers can suffer from, both short and long term. Our products were designed by people who game and for those who wish to do it for as long as possible. Our products are medical devices, not a novelty pair of glasses you buy on cheaply online.”

“Being a gamer isn’t a label, it’s a lifestyle and I believe it my responsibility to ensure our products are available to everyone. We are thrilled to bring our acclaimed range to UK gamers and look forward to growing our footprint across Europe in the months ahead.”

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