Titan MigraLens is a fashion frame for men
A new addition to our catalogue, Titan is a fashionable, lightweight frame for men with a classic rectangular shape in a tortoiseshell finish. A hard case and microfibre cloth are included with purchase
Please note this style cannot be worn over prescription glasses. For styles that you can use with your prescription glasses, please select our OverView or Clip-On styles
Titan is available made to prescription. Please return to the Shop to select the relevant prescription type
Better Than Blue Light Blockers
MigraLens lenses block more of the blue and red light wavelengths proven to trigger or worsen Migraine, chronic headaches, photophobia, post-concussion syndrome and traumatic brain injury
91% of trialists in a peer reviewed study preferred MigraLens over their current tinted glasses used for headache and Migraine relief
MigraLens are the only off-the-shelf migraine glasses endorsed by the Migraine Action Association, National Migraine Centre and RNIB
Maximum relief with minimal pressure on your head
Glad to say I have experienced a big reduction in headaches since purchasing these glasses. Thank you MigraLens.
I've been getting migraines using computers for years and I was sceptical about migraine glasses but was willing to try anything. I can't believe how effective they are. I did get a bit of eye strain at first because it's like wearing sunglasses inside, but that went away and I'd much rather take that than daily migraines! Definitely worth a shot if you're suffering like I was.
I ordered the MigraLens “Titan” spectacles online and they arrived the following day. The packaging was excellent and the glasses themselves are impressive; attractive, light frame which fits well and with a very nice case. But the most striking thing is the remarkable reduction in glare I noticed immediately – from computer screens, iPad and especially TV. Moreover, this is achieved with improved visual clarity. Time will tell whether this results in fewer migraines and headaches, but I am optimistic! Dr David Ashton MD PhD