Most mobile devices nowadays does more than one job. Smartphones,
for instance, function as a camera, music player and does so many other useful
things. On the other hand, eyewear traditionally does just one of two things:
it either helps us see more clearly, or protects our eyes from sunlight. However, eyewear make Jins has created a pair of
prescription glasses that does both. 
Jins Frontswitch: Glasses made by robot to protect your eyes in 3 ways

Say hello to the Jins Frontswitch.
Furthermore, the glasses are made by a robot, which is as cool as glasses can
get.

It is not quite an exciting experience to put sunglass
lenses over you prescription glasses, as it involves big, unwieldy magnets to
the sides of the frames. Jins attempted to solve this problem by attaching tiny
square magnets in front of the arms. Then, the sunglass attachment on the Jins
Frontswitch is slimmed down considerably, and matched to the frame shape for a
seamless style.
What this means is that it is practically impossible to tell
that the Jins Frontswitch isnt a regular pair of sunglasses when you attach
the front panels. Furthermore, you can attach the Jins Screen blue light filter
to the glasses, which block out 25 percent of the blue light emitted by the
screens of the various devices we use every day.
Blue light causes eye strain, which makes it difficult to
sleep naturally if youre using a device at night. Therefore, when you combine
the Jins Frontswitch with the Jins Screen, it protects the eyes from both
sunlight and blue light, and the lenses correct faulty vision.
The Jins Frontswitch glasses start at $150 with the standard
clear lenses, and they are sold through the companys stores or online. Adding
the Jins Screen protection increases the price to $210 including shipping.
There are various other lens options, including polarized lenses and coatings
suitable for people who drive a lot.
The Jins Frontswitch glasses are quite great. If you have a
pair, you would not need to buy a pair of regular glasses, a pair of sunglasses
and a third pair for looking at screens at night.


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