Ocushield Screen Filters save your eyes from your MacBook's blue light

The average American stares at a screen over 17 hours a day. That's almost every waking minute of your life, over 6,200 hours a year. And the even scarier fact is that those are pre-pandemic numbers. By now, we can imagine that imbalance has grown even worse.

And all that time staring at your MacBook screen is doing a real number on your eyes. Blue light is a very short, high-energy wave, just a touch less powerful than UV light. And with LED technology everywhere, that blue light is flooding out of computer and laptop screens, flat-screen TVs, smartphones, and tablets, causing increased macular degeneration, eye strain, and disrupted sleep patterns.

Fortunately, protection like an Ocushield Blue Light Screen Filter for your MacBook is a proven means of preserving your eyes and mental well-being from the damaging effects of prolonged blue light exposure.

Crafted from high-quality tempered glass, the Ocushield beats back up to 90 percent of the harmful blue light emissions coming from your MacBook screen, all without disrupting color or clarity. That can go a long way toward staving off ill effects like headaches, fatigue, blurry vision, or sleep disruptions.

Thit removable shield is also coated with a scratch-resistant oleophobic layer, a protection five times stronger than traditional screen protectors. It can even withstand the drop of a 2 oz. steel ball from as high as five feet.

Created by a team of optometrists, eye care experts, and sleep therapists, the Ocushield is an MHRA Class 1 Medical Device, the world's first and only medical rating assessing levels of blue light screen protection.

Regularly $70, the Ocushield Blue Light Screen Filter is available in sizes suited to every MacBook variety, including 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air screens, as well as MacBook Pros with 13-inch, 15-inch, and 16-inch displays. Right now, they're all 35 percent off, down to just $44.99.

Prices subject to change.