Color Blind Glasses
Add the right colors to your life!
Pilestone Colorblind Glasses
Pilestone Red-Green Color Blind Glasses TP-025 Titanium Coated Purple Lenses Both Outdoor and Indoor Use
Pilestone Color Blind Glasses TP-006 Aviators for Red/Green Color Blindness
Pilestone Clip-on TP-018 Color Blind Glasses Same Lenses as TP-012
Pilestone TP-009 Yellow Color Blind Glasses (Tritanomaly/Tritanopia)
Enchroma Colorblind Glasses
Grayson | Indoor Color Blind Glasses
Hopkins Titanium | Indoor Color Blind Glasses
Colby (Age 10+) | Kids Color Blind Glasses
Sunrise | Indoor Color Blind Glasses
ONKE Colorblind Glasses
Empire Color Blind Glasses | Red-Green Blindness
Raven Reverse Color Blind Glasses | Red-Green Blindness, Color Weakness
Corrector Color Blind Glasses | Red-Green Blindness
Rewind Color Blind Glasses | Boys Girls Age 3-15
Not sure if you’re color blind or need color blind glasses?
There are three major types of color blindness: red-green (most common), blue-yellow, and complete color blindness. There are also different variants of each color blindness type. For instance, for red-green color blindness, there are three main variants: Deuteranomaly, Protanomaly, and Protanopia. For blue-yellow color blindness there are two variants: Tritanomaly and Tritanopia.
The color blind glasses you want is going to depend on the type of color blindness you have. If you aren’t sure you’re color blind or know you’re color blind but don’t know what type, there are color blind tests you can take online to determine how your eyes perceive color and what color blind type you may be.
How can our colorblind glasses help you?
Colorize your life – See color the way you would if you had no color perception and pigmentation issues at all.
Fight Against Ultraviolet Rays – UV rays are a pain in the neck, our glasses help fight against sun glare.
Look Like A Boss – Imagine looking stylish and intelligent at the same time!
Improved Color Perception – Distinguish color easier than ever before.Fun fact: About 1 in 12 men (8%) and 1 in 200 women (0.5%) are color blind in the United States