A new concept in migraine glasses, our FL-41 Magna-Clip range
Inspired by customer feedback we developed this product to work in all light conditions. Standard FL-41 lenses are perfect for at-home working at a computer or iPad. Great for the office sitting under bright artificial lighting including fluorescents. Also, they are perfect for going out shopping and daytime driving.
The only downside is bright sunny conditions. Customers reported that in these bright conditions the FL-41 filter just doesn’t stop enough light. In lots of cases, customers reported they would even switch to using normal dark sunglasses to help with the light and glare. The downside in doing that is that you lose all the benefits of the FL-41 filter. So we developed FL-41 Magna-Clip, a frame that gives you the best of both worlds.
How does FL-41 Magna-Clip work? The mainframe holds the FL-41 filter, which can also be made in a prescription lens. Then you get a dark grey polarised filter that stops 98% of glare and clips onto the frame held in place by magnets. Taking you FL-41 glasses from a category 1 filter to category 3 in a second. The biggest benefit of all is that it will help your photophobia (sensitivity to light) but you don’t lose any of the benefits of FL-41. Where ever you are whatever the light conditions, you are protected.
You can order the tester frame to see if you are one of the 85% of migraine sufferers who do benefit from using this special coloured filter. We also off with frame with prescription FL-41 lenses. We strongly recommend you do try the tester before committing to prescription lenses fitted. If you don’t benefit from the FL-41 filter, simply put the glasses back in the box and return them for a refund.
Note: When the two filters are used together they absorb around 95% of light making them unsuitable for driving or operating machinery. Due to the unique nature of prescription lenses, they are not refundable unless faulty.
Offers relief to suffers of:
- Migraine headaches
- Vestibular migraine
- Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS)
- Sensitivity to fluorescent lighting
- Motion sickness
- Driving discomfort