Made for players with 20/20 vision, these full-rim gaming glasses are designed to reduce eyestrain and clarify images. The glasses’ i-AMP lens technology works to minimize stress and dry eyes by filtering out the harsh end of the visible spectrum. A distinctive amber tint and an anti-glare coating work alongside the ultra-pure lens to prevent eye damage, even when players have spent all night playing Flashing Lights Simulator 2014.
#Gunnar Optiks Vayper (VAY-00101)
Full-rim wide-fit frame aids peripheral vision
Made of high tensile steel with an onyx frame finish
Flexible ultra-slim temples adjust to fit snugly on heads
Fastener-free hinge design improves durability
#Gunnar Optiks Paralex
Made of acetate with ghost frame finish and lightly curved arms
Curved nose rest for enhanced comfort
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Using them as I write this. I can say that these are my second ones, since I was looking for a larger lens since my first one was a little too small for my face. Also I will try other brands but I am very convinced that these do help me out since I work on the computer most part of the day. I do recommend
Great glasses, wide frame for a wide face. They really do reduce eye strain. The only con I would have on them is that they are tinted yellow which does change the color you perceive but you get used to it
I've been eyeballing the Gunnar Optiks for quite a while. I very nearly paid full price for these until I found the Groupon for a pair. I would have been furious if I paid retail for these. For the Groupon price (I can't remember what it was, $20?) I'd say I got my money's worth. They feel way cheaper than anything I've EVER put onto my head or face, but the lensing is cool for a little while. I'm still on the fence as to how practical they are, but my wife loved them!
These are great, I cant play without them. They make the image sharper and I have little to no eye fatigue. I would recommend these to anyone looking who suffers from eye fatigue and headaches when gaming for more than a couple of hours. Price ;)
If you otherwise do not need prescription glasses but find yourself, through leisure or profession, staring at a computer monitor for prolonged periods of time, these seem to truly alleviate the rate at which that activity stresses the eyes. I use these for design & development work and have been wearing them for about 6-8hrs a day, 5 days a week. At the end of the day my vision is in far better shape. The special on these was a great price, i don't know that i would pay full for them otherwise however. Also if you use headphones, the frames are weak and it can contort your plane of vision via the lens being compressed if your headphones are tight fitting. otherwise great