FAQs

Questions on Parksplay Products

1. Where can I buy PARKSplay blue-out glasses for children?
You may enquire about the price of your favourite PARKSplay blue out glasses by email to sales@parksplay.com.
2. If my child is already wearing glasses, how will they be able to wear PARKSplay blue-out glasses?
PARKSplay is able to offer the blue-out clip-on lens series for your child to attach it to his/her existing glasses.
3. How do I select the most suitable PARKSplay product for my child(ren)?
Our PARKSplay glasses are specially designed to suit the different ages and face size of a child. Our glasses are divided into 3 categories based on the following ages, 6 to 8 years old, 9 to 10 years old and 11 to 15 years old.
4. Can my child wear the glasses at all times?
We do not recommend wearing the glasses at all times. It is best to use it in conjunction with the use of any digital devices.
5. When is the most suitable time to wear PARKSplay blue-out glasses?
It is highly recommended that the glasses be worn when using mobile or smartphones, digital tablets, computer screen, watching television and other digital products.
6. Are the glasses UV400 compliant?
Yes, it’s 100% UV400 compliant
7. Does wearing the glasses affect normal day to day tasks, e.g.. reading, etc?
Although the glasses filters out 60% of the blue light emission, it allows 83% of the weak blue light through so that the different colors can still be viewed clearly
8. Why are the lenses slightly yellow in color?
Yellow and blue are complementary colors, so when the strong color of blue is filtered out, the yellow becomes more obvious.
9. Can you use these glasses as sunglasses since they are 100% UV protected and UV400 compliant?
We do not recommend the glasses for use as a sunglass. However, it may be suitable for use during cloudy or rainy days as the lenses enhance the contrast to make your vision clearer.
10. What is macular degeneration and what harm does it produce?
Macular degeneration is a medical condition that results in a loss of vision in the center of the visual field because of damage to the retina. Any UV or blue light which enters the eye is unfiltered and strikes the retina at full‑strength damaging not only the retina, but the lens of the eye.
11. What is the difference between your technology and other Japanese makes?
Our products can filter out 60% of strong blue light emission and allows 83% weak blue light through. They are also 100% UV400 compliant. On top of that, they can filter radiant blue heat that causes dry eye. Last but not least they enhance the color contrast of your vision. Other makes are usually multicoated blue or purple film with a filtering rate of only 12 to 20% and may be non UV380 or UV400 compliant.
12. Why have we not heard of these blue light before?
It is only in recent years that more and more devices utilising LED screens are created and have become popular especially in smartphones, HD TV, etc. These devices rely on the combination of blue, red and green light to produce high definition sharpness, out of which blue is the most dangerous one.
13. Why do you block the strong blue light but let the weak blue light through?
Strong blue light can cause hurt and generate free radicals while weak blue light does not do that. PARKSplay do have products that filters out 80 – 90% of blue light but these products are customised and meant for customers that have existing sensitive eyes or eye injuries.
14. What is the correct way to care for the PARKSplay glasses?

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