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J!NS Moisture Glasses Keep Your Eyes Hydrated With A Moisture Reservoir

J!NS Moisture Glasses (Image courtesy Akihabara News)
By Andrew Liszewski

If you find yourself squinting and blinking more often than not when working at a PC, there’s a good chance your eyes are getting tired, or simply dehydrated. So you can either remedy the situation by letting up on your multi-day WoW marathons, or head on over to Japan where J!NS, a company known for their stylish yet affordable eyewear, have concocted these ‘Monitor’ glasses. I’m assuming they come in more color choices than just ‘perfectly rendered pink’, but what’s standard across the line is a small reservoir on either side of the frame. You can probably fill it with water, or some kind of moisturizing eyedrop solution, and it will keep your peepers moisturized and refreshed for up to 2 hours. (Giving you a much needed break when you go to refill them.) Available in Japan come October for ~$50. (¥3,990)

[ J!NS Eyewear ] VIA [ Akihabara News ]








  • Anonymous

    I recommend fresh onion juice to fill the reservoir. It helps me release my natural eye hydration solution. And if you’re having a bad day at work and your co-worker finds you crying in a bathroom stall you can blame it on the onion. And then quickly follow it up with, “what are you doing looking through the bathroom stalls? Don’t know how to knock?”. Not that I speak from experience.