Carbonshade Glasses Reviews

Carbonshade Glasses
Based on  1 Review
TAGS:Sleep Aid 
About Carbonshade Glasses
Carbonshade is a company on a mission to help the world sleep better.  Their new glasses when worn at night help block out negative circadian rhythm disrupting light.  In the same way that computer and phone apps like flux help regulate your light intake Carbonshade glasses take it one step further.

Product:

Their glasses are the first on the market to combine style with functionality ensuring that this is something people will actually use.  Their glasses use red laser grade optics lenses to block 99.8% of harmful blue and green light.
 
They are meant to be worn at night and the company claims that not only will you have an easier time going to sleep, but your sleep will also be more restful.  
 
Unlike other blue-blocking eyewear on the market Carbonshade has chosen red lenses specifically because they are more effective at blocking out melatonin suppressing light.  The company has recognized that the need for this type of product will only continue to grow.
 
While the phone and computer apps are helpful artifical light comes from many different sources and only growing with the proliferation of new energy efficient blue-rich LED lights.

Cost:

Currently Carbonshade glasses come in 4 styles: Classic, Aviator, Retro, and Clubmaster.  All pairs sell for $129.
 
Each pair is built with an aluminum alloy frame and red polycarbonate lenses.

Customer Service:

If you have any additional questions or issues with the products you can reach someone at contact@carbonshade.com.

Online Reviews/Complaints:

Since their Kickstarter campaign this California based startup has garnered a lot of positive press.  Many tech blogs have outlined the positive potential of using Carbonshade for better sleep.

Competitors and Alternatives:

There are many blue-blocking glasses on the market, it is up to you to perform your research to see which ones offer the best protection from harmful blue light and fit your style preferences.  Some other sleep aid resources include:  Doc Parsley’s Sleep Cocktail and the Primal Sleep System.

Where to Buy?

You can order directly from their website or buy select products from Amazon.
 
If you have tried using Carbonshade glasses please describe your experience in a detailed review below.
 
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Jan
10
2017
Nick
Carbonshade is a SCAM

Hi Everyone,

I ordered my pair of blue blockers from Carbonshade on November 7th 2016 and I still have not received anything (as of January 10th 2017).

The order page still shows it's still in San Francisco (as of November 8th) so I guess they have not even bothered to ship the glasses yet.

I wrote Jeremy several emails but he just stopped responding? Are you kidding me?

It seems they're just after your money riding the blue blocker wave. They obviously don't care about their customers.

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John
March 20, 2017

I ordered Carbonshade glasses a month ago. I have since followed up with 3 emails asking when they will be shipped. As of March 20, 2017 I still have no idea what the status is. I am now going to file a complaint with my credit card bank to get my money back.

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