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Night Glasses Not Great

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Glasses designed to help you see at night and cut down on glare are a staple of the "As Seen on TV" market.

The Nightview glasses cost us $9.99.

The packaging says they turn the night view "bright."

The glasses have a yellow tint that claim to reduce eyestrain and help you see at night.

We tried them and we did notice a difference. What we noticed was everything had a yellow tint to it.  As for helping cut down on glare, flare and the noise of night lights to help with driving, we didn't notice any difference.

In fact, I thought the yellow was a little distracting.  But, I could probably get used to that if I planned to use them often.  I don't really plan to use them.

It just didn't do much of anything except change the color.  The Nightview, we're not crazy about and make them a Dud.


1 Comment

  • Ken

    I find them great. My eye vision is slowly going, so the street lights and headlights(Bright or Dim) causes me a haedache, and not able to see the road for about 5 seconds(which we all know a lot can happen while driving in that 5 seconds). Since I’ve started to use these, yes they have a yellow tint, but for me, the glasses causes the street and headlights to be dimmer to where I have perfect vision to and from work since I work night shift.

    Just letting you know my results with them.

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