ICU Eyewear - Screen Vision - Scott Blue Light Filtering Readers

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Frame Size: Medium

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Technology driven.

In front of a computer all day? The Scott readers are for you. These readers were designed for using technology. Blue light lenses provide a barrier between your eyes and screens. Blue light emitted from computers, tablets, and smartphones can cause disruption in your sleep patterns and potentially have harmful effects on your health. Using readers with a blue light filtering lens can help.

Straightforward design.

Light and streamline, they are comfortable to wear all day and fit easily into a front pocket. The Scott glasses have a thin, rectangular acrylic frame with a distinctive straight brow line. This look is professional but can also be worn in casual settings, great for in the office and whatever the evening has to bring.

Color coding.

The Scott glasses are available in two color options, a turquoise blue or tortoiseshell inspired brown. Both pairs come with a matching geometric multicolor case. With technology entering more of your daily life, try the Scott readers to give your eyes a break.


  • Reading glasses with a thin frame and straight brow line

  • Blue light protection

  • Available in two colors, turquoise blue, or tortoiseshell inspired brown

  • Matching geometric design case included

  • Aspheric acrylic lenses

  • Spring-hinged frame

  • Lifetime Warranty

  • CarbonNeutral® Certified

Frame Specifications

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Size by Frame Width:  Small: 122mm - 134mm (4.80in - 5.27in)   Medium: 135mm - 139mm (5.31in - 5.47in)   Large: 140mm and up (5.51in).

Frame Width

Frame Width: 138 mm (5.43in)

Lens Height

Lens Height: 35 mm (1.38in)

Lens Width

Lens Width: 51 mm (2.01in)

Bridge Width

Bridge Width: 23 mm (0.91in)

Temple Length

Temple Length: 140 mm (5.51in)

*dimensions may vary slighty*

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