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Bloggles are safety glasses that look like ordinary glasses, but they contain extra plastic at the top, bottom, and sides to protect the eyes from airborne germs and prevent wearers from touching their eyes frequently. It's specified that these safety glasses can be worn virtually anywhere and that their anti-fog lenses will also help protect your eyes from the blue light that digital devices often emit. Furthermore, the lenses have been designed to darken on their own while you're out in the sun.

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Total Cost Breakdown

The cost of Bloggles is $19.99 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Bloggles at the discounted price of only $9.99 for a total price of $36.97.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Bloggles being discontinued. Bloggles may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page which was taken offline due to Bloggles being discontinued. Bloggles may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.

How to Use (Step by Step)

  1. Put on Eyeglasses

    To wear a pair of Bloggles, simply put them on as you would an ordinary pair of glasses or sunglasses. The only difference is that you'll notice that the extra plastic material surrounding the lenses will make it more difficult for you to reach under the glasses and touch your eyes.

  2. Add Face Mask (optional)

    If you need to wear a face mask where you're going, you can add that along with the glasses. Their anti-fog design will allow them to resist fogging as you breathe with the mask covering your face. For most people, the bottom edges of the lenses will rest along the top of the face mask.

  3. Go About Your Day

    With your Bloggles on, and perhaps a face mask, you'll be able to go about the normal events of your day, both indoors and out. You shouldn't sleep in these glasses, so when you get home, remember to remove them and clean the lenses with some gentle soap and a soft cloth.


  • Lightweight

    Traditional safety goggles can be big and bulky, but similar to a standard pair of glasses or sunglasses, Bloggles are quite lightweight. Therefore, if you have to do physical work or any other type of physical activity while you're wearing them, you won't feel like you've got extra weight on your face as you do so. You also won't have to deal with a strap potentially digging into the back of your head, as you might while wearing traditional goggles.

  • Impact Resistant

    The lenses of these compact safety goggles are impact resistant, which means that even if you drop them, it's unlikely that they'll ever shatter. They may even be able to survive being stepped on or sat upon.

  • Double as Sunglasses

    The lenses of your Bloggles will function as clear lenses when you're indoors, or when you're outdoors on a cloudy day (or in the dark), but they'll turn into sunglasses when necessary. As soon as you expose yourself to bright sunlight, they'll automatically darken for you, thereby protecting your eyes from a great deal of the UV rays in your environment. When you leave the sunlight, they'll quickly lighten up again.

  • Filter Blue Light

    Digital devices typically emit a lot of blue light, which can cause eye strain, especially if you stare at the same device for a long period of time. Fortunately, the lenses of your Bloggles will help filter this light away from your direct view, which means you'll likely experience little to no strain while staring at digital screens.

  • Can Get One or Two

    You can obtain one pair of these safety glasses on its own, but if you want a spare pair or a pair to give to someone else, they also come in sets of two. Each pair will have identical gray frames.

Positive Points

  • Promote General Health

    If you touch things in your environment and then rub your fingers across your eyes, you could be transferring a multitude of germs into your eyes. Once they have that entry point, they may be able to wreak havoc on your entire body and make you sick. Your Bloggles will make your eyes less accessible to your fingers, though, so you'll be less likely to pass along any germs from the fingers. The extended plastic sides of the lenses will also protect your eyes from flying dirt, debris, or droplets in your environment that could cause you harm.

  • One Size Fits Most

    One size of these safety glasses has been designed to fit most adults, and they'll fit children and teens who have heads that are close to adult-sized, too. That means you won't have to measure your head, face, or eyes to determine an appropriate size for yourself. Plus, you'll be able to share your glasses with others who may benefit from using them, although you should always give them a thorough cleaning before and after doing so.

  • Compatible With Face Shields

    As mentioned, you'll be able to wear your Bloggles with a fabric face mask (or a bandanna or neck gaiter), and they're also compatible with face shields. If you choose to wear one of those as a protective covering for your nose and mouth, the glasses are compact enough that the shield will fit comfortably on top of them. As an added benefit, your eyes will get a double dose of protection from this eyewear and your shield.

Negative Points

  • Don't Include Prescription

    These glasses are fine for people who don't need prescription eyewear, but someone who regularly wears prescription eyeglasses probably won't be able to see properly while wearing them. There's no way to have a prescription added to a pair, and if you were to add a pair of Bloggles on top of your prescription glasses, they might just fall off. Instead, people who wear prescription glasses may be better off adding a larger pair of safety goggles on top of their regular pair of glasses.

  • Only One Shade Available

    If you decide to get one or more pairs of these safety glasses, you'll only be able to get them with gray frames. Gray is quite a gender-neutral and age-neutral shade that many people don't have a problem with, but some people might find it boring. For that reason, it would be nice if a couple of additional frame shades, such as red and blue, could be made available.

Tips & Tricks

  1. Wear While Driving

    These glasses are a good thing to wear while you're driving along in the daytime, especially if it's sunny outside. If glare from the sun starts to interfere with your vision, you won't have to be concerned about making a driving mistake, as these glasses will quickly darken and reduce the glare. As a result, you should have a clear field of vision in front of you at all times.

  2. Put on in Crowded Spaces

    Even if you don't want to wear glasses like this while you're walking along alone, you can carry yours with you and slide them on when you enter a crowded public space. That way, they'll help protect your eyes from germs, including germs coming from other people that could lead to an infection of the novel Coronavirus.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Bloggles online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.

Wise Advice

Do not buy Bloggles online before searching Amazon.
- Alternatives or the same items are always available and sometimes at lower prices.


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