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5 High-Tech Sunglasses That Do So Much More Than Upgrade Your Outfit

Screen Savers

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Tom Ford Blue Block Anna Optical specs filter out blue light from screens big and small to help prevent digital eye strain—in the most chic way. ($430, tomford.com)

Related: Do You Have Digital Eye Strain or Computer Vision Syndrome?

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Wrap-Arounds 3.0

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The aerodynamic lenses in these Westward Leaning Sport Stun sunglasses are shatterproof, scratchproof, and sweatproof, plus they resist any fingerprints that might cramp your view. ($225; westwardleaning.com)

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Extrasensory Lenses

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Ray-Ban Aviator Evolve sunnies pair the summer icon with ultraresponsive lens tech that adapts to all levels of light exposure for excellent visibility in any environment. ($183; ray-ban.com

Related: 10 Sports Sunglasses That Are Actually Cute

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Made for Reflection

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Maui Jim Jasmine sunglasses are not just another pretty frame. Their advanced polarized lenses block omnipresent horizontal glare (from watery and glinty surfaces). ($319; mauijim.com)

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A Wearable Dashboard

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Track your speed, distance, heart rate, and more in real time on the miniscreen in these Solos smart glasses. Pair them with your smartphone while you sweat to make calls or access your playlist hands-free. ($499, solos-wearables.com)

Related: Here are the best running sunglasses for bright summer workouts.

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