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NELLIE I Clear

NELLIE I Clear

Regular price $79.00
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A trendy square with a slight cat-eye style combines a vintage look with contemporary metals.
Let these powerful glasses protect your eyes, so you can focus on building your empire.

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Details

  • High-Quality Light-Weight Acetate Frame with Stainless Steel Accents
  • Durable Spring Hinges 
  • Blue Light Filtering Technology
  • ECO-Friendly BPA Free Polycarbonate Lenses 
  • Anti Reflective and Scratch Resistant Coating
  • 100% UV Protection
  • Lens Height 50mm | Lens Width 51mm | Bridge 20mm | Temple Length 140mm
  • Available in Black, Clear & Khaki 
  • GLEAM branded on both temples 
  • Handcrafted by skilled eyewear artisans
  • Includes printed protective pouch and paper gift box 
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  • STYLISH

    Choose from a wide range of styles

  • BLUE LIGHT PROTECTION

    Worry no more to all-day screen time

  • DESIGNER QUALITY

    Experience the best; on-par with top brands

  • HANDCRAFTED FRAMES

    Crafted with care and keen details

  • FREE SHIPPING AND EASY RETURNS

    Delivery covered for your satisfaction

Product inclusions

NELLIE I Clear - Gleam Eyewear | Blue Light Blocking Glasses

Eyeglass

Helps prevent eye strain by blocking harmful blue light from gadget screens.

Printed protective pouch

Protects your glasses from dust, scratches, and smudges.

Paper gift box

Keeps your glass safe

Inspired by Nellie Bly

The Nellie collection is inspired by Nellie Bly. Nellie Bly was a nationally significant journalist at the New York World. She was a pioneer in investigative journalism. Her reporting introduced readers to the horrors of insane asylums and to international travel.