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#12DaysOfSheSpeaks Day 8: Staring at Screens All Day? Win @PhoneticEyewear for You & a Friend

#12DaysOfSheSpeaks Day 8: Staring at Screens All Day? Win @PhoneticEyewear for You & a Friend

Between smart phones, tablets and laptops, we all spend so much time on screens each day. Which is why the eighth prize in our 2016 #12DaysofSheSpeaks giveaways is so perfect! 

It's two pairs of Phonetic Computer Eyewear - one for you and one for a friend (you each get to choose the pairs!). These glasses, which in both prescription and non-prescription, help prevent digital eye strain, but are stylish enough to wear all day long.

Normal life for most people these days involves a large amount of time staring at a screen. In fact, a study from Common Sense Media came out just last week that found that parents of American teens and tweens average more than nine hours of screen time every day. It's likely not much different for others. After a while, this starts to catch up with you in the form of headaches, tired eyes. neck pain, dry eyes, and blurred or double vision. 

Phonetic Computer Eyewear is here to rescue us from eye strain. Phonetic Eyewear’s lenses reflect and absorb some of that annoying blue light put out by your computer or other device. They have many different styles and just the right amount of trend.

For more info, check out this video from TechMeOut:

Are you ready to win two pairs of Phonetic Eyewear? Tell us in the comments below how much time you spend looking at screens each day.

Plus, enter below.

#12DaysofSheSpeaks, Day 8 Giveaway

Have you entered all of our previous giveaways? Click here to enter them all! And come back every day until Friday for more prizes to win. Giveaways are open until Sunday, December 18th, midnight, ET.

Also, Don't forget that for every entry during the duration of this giveway, we are donating $1, up to $1,000 total, to V-Day, a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls. You can find out more about the charity and our social good campaign here.

And now... here is your hint for Day #9: Accessorize with style.

* One lucky participant will be chosen at random to receive two pairs of Phonetic Eyewear, valued at $99 each. Enter through December 18th. Giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and must be a member of SheSpeaks. If you are not a member, click here to join.

Update: Thanks to all who entered! Congratulations to our winner, SheSpeaks member kraymond777.

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  • Wrafferty By Wrafferty

    Hours! Probably uowards to 8 hours with work, hime, and social media! I often get eye strain, and it's unpleasant! These glasses are amazing!

  • psychscorp By psychscorp

    I'm on a screen most of the day 8-12 hours at least between desktop at work, smartphone and tablet at home. I also get dry eyes during the winter so eye comfort is a big deal to me.

  • aneube By aneube

    On weekdays, I am at the computer for a good 6-7 hours at work, and then maybe another 1 hour of TV time at home.

  • PurpleStone By PurpleStone

    I know I spend way too much time looking at screens each day, so much so, I have to wear cheaters to help with the eye strain. These Phonetic glasses are functional as well as fashionable.

  • ganohakejo By ganohakejo

    About 10 hours between work and home.

  • pjwenmar By pjwenmar

    I spend 8-12 hours at least 3 days a week looking at a computer screen for work. Probably another 4 hours a day on my daus off with email and social media.

  • LindaLeigh By LindaLeigh

    I need new glasses so bad! Its been Three years since I have I have gotten new frames. I wear glasses everyday and I need an update!

  • gail_bean By gail_bean

    Too many! With work, I would say 12 hours a day

  • beaniebaby70 By beaniebaby70

    All day every day

  • BethElderton By BethElderton

    OMGoodness---I spend hours a day in front of various screens! I rarely read anything that's on paper any more...not even recipes...not even novels. With texting, I even do "phone calls" in front of a screen. I am thrilled to see that these accomadate prescriptions, too.

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