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We draw inspiration from the world around us. Muunel Collection comprises a carefully curated range of reimagined classic shapes that reference cursive fonts’ curved and dynamic contours. Each frame embodies the artistic process, adventure and romance, and craftsmanship. Our production processes rely on high-quality, unique materials to ensure you many years of comfort.

filter Blue Light

How we filter Blue Light differently

There are several blue light filtering solutions, but they’re not all created equal. Generally, clear blue light filtering lenses use a coating of blue light or what is known as a UV420 lens. These lenses filter blue light, particularly from 400-420nm or 420-460. However, Muunel uses unique technology lenses that protect all blue light between 400-460nm, filters 50% of the entire range and almost 100% of the most impactful wavelengths (380 – 440nm). Additionally, digital devices emit Blue Light in the most abundance at 455nm. Competitors filter ~2% at this nanometer, Muunel filters ~30%. The reason we’re more compelling is the way our proprietary lens filters Blue Light. We embed a naturally occurring blue light filtering ocular pigment into our lens. This makes it the perfect balance between a virtually clear and effective solution. It also has the added benefit of blocking UV rays as well! We also apply a premium AR coating to block ~100% glare. Blue Light and glare are two massive reasons for Digital Eye Strain symptoms: eye fatigue, headaches, dry eyes, and blurry vision. We believe that Muunel lenses are the perfect balance between a virtually transparent, beautiful lens and an effective Blue Light filtering solution. We did the research, so you don’t have to! Check out our lens technology pages for additional information.

We did the research, 
so you don’t have to!


Our glasses are assembled with premium components to ensure ease of wear and long life and are the most suited to eyeglasses. Muunel models can adapt to all face shapes and sizes, so you know you’re getting the right fit. You can select a frame that blends in or makes a bold statement. Each frame also has a spring system to reduce the pressure on the side of your head to prevent headaches.


https://www.muunel.com/en/product-category/blue-light-glasses/Our lenses are made from CR39 resin, a high-quality form of plastic that will not shatter and has half the weight of glass but the same quality of visual support. They are also difficult to scratch, so you won’t pick them up only to find blemishes that you have no idea where they came from. Most blue light lenses filter light from 400-410 nanometers. However, Muunel filters 50% of the entire blue light range and almost 100% of the most harmful wavelengths, between 380 – 420nm. What’s more, digital devices emit most of their blue light at 455nm. Muunel filters approximately more than 30% of this wavelength, enough to protect your eyes. In total, our lens has 12 layers of protection, including water-proofing, anti-scratching, anti-reflective, anti-fog, and electromagnetic interference technology. Both your eyes and your glasses are well-guarded against everyday dangers. With an oleophobic layer, your glasses are also protected from the natural oils in your skin.

Optimum brightness

After many hours in the lab, our finished product is a comfortable lens with optimum brightness, giving you the best visual image. Unlike other glasses or filter apps for your phone or computer, there is no need to see everything in yellow or red! These color shifts designed to filter blue light can make warmer colors disappear and distort blue and green shades. Not ideal when you are working on something visual like art or web design. What’s more, some blue light wavelengths – those above 470nm – are beneficial for mood and sleep. Our lenses block only the harmful lengths between 380 and 460nm and are associated with insomnia and retinal damage.

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