Spy introduces new Happy Lens technology

Based on the simple principal of making people happy, Spy introduces its new lens dubbed the “Happy Lens” that not only improves vision and performance but is also designed to invigorate your mind and mood.

The new Happy Lens provides 100% UV protection and boasts a patent-pending lens technology formula that is designed to harmonize with the body’s physiological preference for a specific uplifting color transmission, that being blue, found within the wavelengths of 450 and 500 nanometers.

This long-wave, blue light spectrum has been studied for years and has been found to foster positive physiological changes like raising mood and alertness among a range of other things. If you don’t believe us, just Google blue light therapy and you’ll find boatloads of info on it. Some of you may even be using this this technology already, say, in a lamp at your desk that is designed to simulate natural sunlight.

Offered in a wide array of frames and colors including Spy’s Crosstown Collection and Fade to Black Collection, expect to see Spy’s new Happy Lens this spring at your local shop or online retailer.

spyoptic.com

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