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Color Blind Glasses Reviews

There are two types of color-blind glasses offered on the market today:

Color-Blind Glasses Reviews

1) The single lens, one size fits all but has tons of frame options. You would order them, try them and if they work great...if not send them back. The Enchroma Glasses Cost about $349.00 but they are by far the most popular  glasses for colorblind people.

2) Multi-Lens Color Option: This one actually requires you try on all 6 lenses either at a doctor's office or by mail and then pick the one that best fits your needs. Then you order the lens color in the frame of choice. This adds a step and increases the price by about $49.99 but it is going to give you options.

No matter what your budget, there is a pair right for you. There is probably no price too high to help you see color again if you have color blindness.

You will not find high-quality lenses under $249.99 and in many cases, if you do they are just colored plastic and not worth ordering. Most of the high-end color-blind corrective glasses that we reviewed cost upwards of $400-$500.

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