Blue Blokz by Zenni

Blokz™ blue blocker lenses prevent FryEye by blocking out harmful blue light and UV rays. Protect your eyes with Blokz for just $16.95.

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What's FryEye?

FryEye happens when we're exposed to too much blue light from digital screens and artificial light, as well as sunlight and UV rays.

FryEye makes
your eyes feel:
  • Tired
  • Dry
  • Blurry
  • Irritated
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Who needs
Blokz?

In this digital age, we all need protection from FryEye. Blokz is for everyone.

Available in:

  • Prescription
  • Non-Prescription
Woman wearing glasses, using computer
Blokz is for

digital screen
users.

Computers and mobile
devices.

Older woman wearing glasses, reading a book
Blokz is for

seniors.

Concerned about age-related
macular degeneration.

Young boy wearing glasses, using a tablet
Blokz is for

kids & teens.

Not yet fully developed eyes need extra protection.

Woman wearing glasses outdoors
Blokz is for

outdoor
enthusiasts.

Think of it as sunscreen for the eyes.

How to Order Blokz

Find a frame you like

Add Blokz during the order process
(Step 2: Your Lenses).

Proceed to checkout.
Easy!

Blokz Specialty Lenses

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Blokz™ Photochromic

A blue blocker lens that darkens in sunlight.

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Blokz™ Photochromic

A blue blocker lens that darkens in sunlight.

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Blokz™ Sunglasses

Tinted blue blocker lenses for outdoors.

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Blokz™ Trivex®

Experience superior impact-resistance and clarity with Blokz protection. Perfect for kids and sports!

Add Blokz to Almost Any Pair of Glasses

FAQ

Is Blokz a regular lens with a special coating?

No. Blokz blue blocker lenses are made with a special blue-light blocking polymer from Mitsui Chemicals, a leading lens material manufacturer, that is directly incorporated into the lens materials. That means the blue- blocking technology won't chip or wear away. By absorbing blue light, this polymer prevents blue light from passing through the lens to your eye.

Does Blokz come with anti-reflective coating?

Yes. Blokz (regular and tinted) comes with a standard anti-reflective coating, and Blokz Trivex and Blokz Photochromic come with a super hydrophobic anti-reflective coating.

Is Blokz the same thing as computer glasses?

Yes and no. Zenni's Blokz blue blockers are blue-light blocking lenses that are designed for all-day wear and protection from blue light. Whether you're a heavy computer user or not, Blokz can be worn like regular glasses to protect your eyes from harmful blue light emitted from any digital device, as well as artificial fluorescent and LED light exposure. Blokz lenses are not like the yellow/orange-tinted specialty computer glasses designed specifically for computer and gaming use.

Can I order progressive or bifocal glasses with Blokz?

You can order progressive Blokz blue blocker lenses but not bifocals. However, Premium Sunglasses frames cannot be ordered with progressives at this time.

Should my child wear the Blokz lens?

Yes! Children are especially vulnerable to the effects of blue light because their eyes have not yet developed natural defenses against UV and blue light. Now that smartphones, computers, and tablets are a regular part of kids' lives, they need blue protection more than ever. We recommend Blokz Trivex® lenses for children due to their impact-resistant properties.

Trivex is a registered trademark of PPG Industries Ohio, Inc.

How does blue light affect the eyes?

Prolonged exposure to high-energy visible (HEV) blue light can lead to eye strain and blurred vision. Studies have shown that it may also damage the retinal cells which can lead to an increased risk of developing age-related macular degeneration. Macular degeneration leads to vision loss over time. The Blokz blue blocker lenses block blue light and provide maximum UV coverage to protect your eyes.