• How to choose your first wristwatch?

    How to choose your first wristwatch?
    For many of us, choosing the right wristwatch first time, can be a bit difficult. With so many styles and brands to available in the market, the simple act of shopping for a new timepiece can get confusing and stressful. Following are some basic tips which will help you to select the right watch that will reflect your personality and compliment your style. If it’s your first experience of buying a watch, then it’s best to choose a timepiece that features a classy and minimalist design. This kind of men's watches offer versatility. They can be worn...
  • Do you really need a Smart Watch?

    Do you really need a Smart Watch?
    Many people prefer wearing a watch. The purpose is either simply telling the time or it’s because it’s fashionable. A good watch looks great on someone’s wrist.  Now a days, many smart watches come with fitness tracking as a core feature. It will help you keep up with your fitness goals. What exactly can a smart watch does? It can count steps, distance, calories, heart rate, pulse rate, blood pressure, sleep and some even go beyond this to calculate other important metrics you might need. If you have a smart watch on your wrist, you no...
  • Why you should wear anti-blue light glasses?

    Why you should wear anti-blue light glasses?
    The blue light doesn’t actually appear blue to the naked eye. “Blue light is the portion of the visible light spectrum with the shortest wavelengths (400 to 500 nanometers or nm) and with the highest energy, hence it is often referred to as high-energy visible (HEV) light,” according to Dr. David Friess, OD, FAAO, of the Eyesafe Vision Health Advisory Board.Our eyes don’t block blue light well. The cornea and lens block UV rays from reaching the back of the eye (the retina). Blue light passes through these structures and can reach the retina.  “There are also two...
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