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Citroën’s new glasses ‘prevent’ motion sickness

Citroën's new SEETROËN glasses 'prevent' motion sickness

French car giant has created SEETROËN – the first glasses to eliminate motion sickness.

Citroën – which says it’s “the brand dedicated to comfort” – wanted to provide a solution for the widespread problem (also known as Kinetosis) that affects more than 30 million people in Europe.

The glasses contain a coloured liquid that recreates the horizon line to resolve conflict between the senses.

Available now at the Citroën Lifestyle Boutique, priced €99 (£88), they can only be used by adults and children aged 10 or over, as this is when the inner ear has finished growing.

There are no lenses in the glasses so they can be shared with travelling companions. This also enables them to be worn over prescription glasses – if you dare!

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