Seqinetic Glasses simulate sunlight, beat winter gloom
It is true. Gloomy weather, devoid sunlight and chirping sparrows always makes one glum. But that isn’t to be with the Seqinetic Glasses in tow. These come with six LEDs and a reflector to simulate daylight, and thus beat all the gloominess of grey winter days. The ultimate aim being lifting moods and the rekindling the promise of spring insight. These can be worn while you’re at work on your computer or reading a book.
The Seqinetic Glasses will set you back by about $75, but wearing them for half an hour in a day is said to give you the will to do more than you normally would in the magic of spring. How vain, the Mediterranean and Equatorial folk may think it to be.