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D-D Reef Viewing Aquarium Coral Sunglasses

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Original price R 165.00 - Original price R 165.00
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D-D Reef Viewing Aquarium Coral Sunglasses

Coral Enhancement Viewing Sunglasses with UVA Protection and Glare Reduction

Experience the authentic beauty of your underwater world with D-D’s Coral Enhancement Viewing Sunglasses!

Designed with a distinct orange tint, these sunglasses act as a filter to reduce the prevalence of actinic blue light that is common in saltwater aquariums. This innovative feature allows you to appreciate your corals and fish in a light that mimics their natural environment, unveiling a vibrant explosion of colours usually hidden by the blue light.

But these sunglasses offer much more than an enhanced coral viewing experience. They come with built-in UVA protection to safeguard your eyes from harmful ultraviolet rays, making them an ideal accessory for a wide range of outdoor activities such as cycling, running, fishing, racing, skiing and climbing. 

The Coral Enhancement Viewing Sunglasses are equipped with technology that eliminates glare not only from the sun but also from computer screens and reflective surfaces like roads, water, and snow. This feature helps to minimize eye strain and reduce the risk of headaches.

Additionally, these glasses aid in preventing melatonin suppression, which can improve sleep quality. Look stylish, protect your eyes, and elevate your coral viewing experience all at once with our Coral Enhancement Viewing Sunglasses!

Note: This product is a vision-enhancing tool designed for viewing corals in aquariums