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Fortunately, I’m not color blind but my brother is so he tested them out for me and he said: “I was impressed with the glasses. They are stylish and light, good quality glasses that feel sturdy and enduring. They fit well and feel good on the face. Although my color blindness is slight (red/green defect), I immediately notice colors I hadn’t seen before. Subtle greens look more Kelly green and reds look more definite red.
For example, a stop sign looks fire engine red for the first time. It was subtle but astounding. And the change of seasons has brought an entirely new experience. A hike in the woods during the northeast leaves color change is making me want to go hiking more than ever.
I would easily pay twice the price to experience these glasses. Very pleased. Thank you.”
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