Yes I know there are similar threads about blue light, The member in the UK with migraines who wants indoor and outdoor tint, and the other guy about melatonin receptors, but I'm looking for specific answers. These days we read about blue light wavelength exposure from staring at phone screens, tablets, monitors for extended amounts of time, and how it causes all these health issues. Including eye strain, cataracts, messed up sleep schedules, etc. I for one sit in front of computer screen all day as I suspect many other members do, and lets not get into smartphones and tablet hours too. In my case its macular degeneration. My issue is not caused specifically to blue light, but I have to be more careful about it as it definitely damages the retina over time. I've mentioned that I've been using Flak's with Titanium Clear for eye strain and I am happy with it but now worry about blue light and my retina. In earlier threads many mentioned Persimmon and HI Persimmon, but others also say color reproduction and too much contrast are issues. I also think the VR and G lens tints are too dark for inside use in the office. So what does everyone think about blue light and long hours of electronic device exposure? Do my Titanium Clears block the dangerous blue light, which one study says is, the 415nm-455nm part of the spectrum? Does anyone know if Persimmon, HI Persimmon, HI Yellow, VR50, PRIZM Trail filter out this wavelength? Do you know of any Oakley tint that filters out this wavelength? Which Oakley tint filters out this wavelength and is the most easy to look through at your screens? (color reproduction, moderate contrast, etc) I know there are Gunnars that supposedly do all this, but I would love to stick with Oakleys if there are definitive blue light blocking lenses in this wavelength that are usable indoors.