Gadget Guard Protects Your Eyes From Blue Light With World’s First FDA-Registered Phone Screen Protector


NORTH SALT LAKE, Utah–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Gadget Guard is introducing the world’s first FDA-registered, medically rated screen protector that eliminates up to 99% of harmful UV and blue light from iPhones. Gadget Guard’s premium Glass with Anti Blue Light screen protectors have Ocushield™ technology that protect iPhone users from headaches, fatigue, eye strain and sleep disruption caused by blue light exposure.

Blue light is the invisible light that is emitted from our tech devices and is proven to negatively affect eye health.

Ocushield has developed medically rated Anti Blue Light technology that has been combined with Gadget Guard’s Glass, to make the most durable, scratch-resistant protection for phones. Customers can also add GuardPlus insurance, the original screen replacement warranty that provides up to $250 towards a repair if the screen ever breaks.

Studies by the University of California show blue light over time can disrupt sleep, cause eye strain as well as more serious complications like macular degeneration, headaches and blurred vision in up to 35% of people using digital devices. Researchers also found children are twice as vulnerable to eye damage from blue light as adults are.

The Gadget Guard medical grade blue light filter can block up to 99% of harmful UV & blue light between 300-400 nanometers (nm), the unit that light is measured in, and up to 54% between 400-470 nm. This visual “noise” reduces contrast and can contribute to digital eye strain.

The average American spends nearly 3 hours a day on their phones. Almost half in the U.S. say they’re addicted to their phones, and 71% use their phones within 10 minutes of waking up.

Gadget Guard offers non-insured Anti Blue Light screen protectors for $49.99 (with the option to add GuardPlus at checkout). The Anti Blue Light screen protectors are available here for the iPhone 13/13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12/12 Pro, iPhone 11 and iPhone SE 2020/2022.

Gadget Guard has invested in Ocushield to create a strategic partnership that allows the company to offer the Anti Blue Light technology for screen protectors. Gadget Guard will also develop Alara™ inserts for Occushield. The Alara technology is used to embed cases and inserts with patented, micro-thin antenna that automatically pairs a phone to dramatically reduce EMF radiation from the device, while still maintaining a strong signal.

About Gadget Guard

Gadget Guard fosters a healthy relationship between tech and humanity with products that improve the performance, aesthetic and lifespan of mobile devices. We are the first tech accessories company to provide two-way protection—guarding humans from their devices and devices from their humans. Since 2009, the company has produced innovative, science-backed technologies and received 17 unique patents to reduce the harmful effects of mobile devices, progressively raising the bar for the safe and healthy use of mobile devices. For more information about Gadget Guard, visit

About Ocushield™ technology

Ocushield™ technology is developed by expert optometrists with a mission of eye care for modern living. Using patented, and exclusively medically rated blue light technology, Ocushield™ filters block the highest possible level of harmful blue light from entering the eyes, proven to prevent headaches, eye strain, and poor sleep quality. More information about Ocushield™ screen protectors can be found here.

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