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Gunnar Optiks G0005-C001 SheaDog Full Rim Ergonomic Advanced Computer Glasses with Amber Lens Tint, Onyx Frame Finish

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  • i-AMP technology, amber lens tint, anti-glare coatings and ultra-pure lens material provide sharper, clearer vision so you can work more efficiently and feel more comfortable
  • Made of high tensile steel with an onyx frame finish and gently curved temples (arms)
  • Fastener free hinge design for long lasting durability and comfort without pressure points or fatigue
  • Conforms with all head sizes and will not interfere with your headset
  • Comes with a 1-year limited warranty against manufacturing defects
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Product Details

Color: Onyx
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 2 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001DUQU0A
  • Item model number: G005-C001
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 17, 2008

Product Description

Color: Onyx

From the Manufacturer

Your eyes are tired staring at a computer for hours and hours takes its toll. The common solutions for handling eyestrain require you to modify your work habits or take numerous breaks throughout the day. They're all patchy fixes that pull you away from your work. So take your choice digital eye fatigue or less productivity. There is a better technology driven solution that works with and enhances properties of the human eye. Gunnar digital eyewear increases visual performance, prevents Digital Eye Fatigue (DEF) and protects against full-blown Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). It all begins with i-AMP lens technology - an optical platform that incorporates proprietary lens materials, lens tints, lens coatings, and lens geometry. Gunnar digital performance eyewear is engineered for an immediate and profound visual advantage and now even the most demanding computer users are more productive and more effective for longer periods of time. Gunnar Digital Performance Eyewear - the must have digital performance equipment for your digital lifestyle.

Product Description

The Gunnar Optiks G0005-C001 SheaDog Full Rim Ergonomic Advanced Computer Glasses is an excellent “out-of-the-box” solution to improve your visual performance and reduce eye fatigue for those with 20/20 vision. Eyestrain, visual stress and dry eyes can be caused by extended periods of digital screen viewing and office lighting. Gunnar’s digital eyewear filters out the harsh, high-energy part of the spectrum and creates a more relaxed viewing experience to help your eyes focus more naturally. The amber lens tint, anti-glare coatings and ultra-pure lens material help provide sharper, clearer vision. Gunnar’s i-AMP lens technology is specifically engineered to reduce digital eyestrain and enhance viewing detail so you can focus longer, work more efficiently and feel more comfortable. Made of high tensile steel with an onyx frame finish, the SheaDog optics has a full rim frame and fastener free hinge design for incredible durability, unique style and comfort. The lightweight construction and proper weight balance guarantee longwearing comfort without pressure points or fatigue. The single-piece front construction eliminates all welds, screws and other potential points of failure. The SheaDog is a medium fit frame with gently curved flexible temples (arms) that are designed to provide necessary retention to keep eyewear in place, conform and ergonomically fit a wide range of head and face shapes. The Soft thermoplastic rubber tipped temples grip lightly to ensure proper location of the optics without slippage, provides headset compatibility and the adjustable silicon nose pads allow you to customize your glasses for the optimal fit. Comes in a 56-millimeter lens width, 18-millimeter bridge width and 130-millimeter temple length. The Gunnar Optiks G0005-C001 SheaDog Full Rim Ergonomic Advanced Computer Glasses comes with a 1-year limited warranty against manufacturing defects.

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Customer Reviews

The yellow tint cuts a lot of the harsh light that monitors and artificial light both produce.
Josh Benn
The only misleading thing about buying these glasses here is that one of the images shows a box, and you don't get a box that looks anything like that.
G. Parker
I can game on and work on without my eyes bothering me at all anymore (and no more tension headaches from the screen!).
D. Koneck

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 79 people found the following review helpful By Louie the Italian Jew TOP 100 REVIEWER on January 30, 2011
Color Name: Onyx Verified Purchase
Length: 1:29 Mins
these are specifically made for computer wear, although if you don't wear a gaming headset, I'd say you can choose either the gaming glasses or the computer eye wear. The arms of the eye glasses for the gaming glasses are flat which accommodate headsets better and won't press against your temple as much. I still do wear these while playing with a headset. Overall, great glasses that look awesome while reducing eye strain at the computer/TV.

Update 11/12: These Gunnars have been dropped many times. I've used them to play video games while sweating on my stationary bike. I've wiped them clean (cleaned lenses with glass cleaner, although probably not recommended) and still look very new and function just like when I first received them.
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72 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Mudit on April 3, 2011
Color Name: Onyx Verified Purchase
One of the reviewers mentioned that it is possible that someone is deleting negative comments, and I definitely think that might be true.

I have had these glasses for about a week now, and this is what I think of them:

Pros:
These glasses work as advertised. I work on computers at least 10 hours a day, and after using these glasses, there was a noticeable decrease in headache by the end of the day, and my eyes are not as red any more.

Cons:
$70 for the cheapest one???

The glasses sit really close to face and smudge really easy, and that ends up giving me headaches.

Build quality is very questionable. The frame bends easily.

No carrying case? The questionable frame demands a hard carrying case.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Ido on June 5, 2010
Color Name: Onyx Verified Purchase
I use the computer for most of the day, and have suffered from dry and irritated eyes.
I've bought the Gunnar Optiks SheaDog (Onyx) a couple months ago.

When putting on the glasses for the first time, I hoped to feel a noticeable improvement in contrast and the slight magnification. But in practice, I don't feel that the glasses improve my vision noticeably.

However, after using them for several weeks, I can say that they do reduce eyestrain. I used to reach the end of the day with dry, red and burning eyes. Today by 3am my eyes are tired, but not red or burning, and I don't feel the need to stop and rub them.

Negative points:
The yellow tint was really annoying for about a week, but you get used to it eventually.

Optics-wise, the lenses aren't perfect. There is a noticeable reflection of light from the top and bottom parts of the lens, and they reflect the user's eyes as well (you see the world through a bright reflection of your own eyes). Bothersome when you pay attention to it, but can be ignored for most of the time.

By the way, while driving with the glasses, when you look at street lamps, you can clearly see the glare reduction. The light refraction also creates irritating blue dots. So there are clearly some advanced optics involved; these are't just yellow pieces of plastic.

Bottom line: Not a magic solution, and it doesn't solve 100% of eyestrain issues. The same lens technologies used to reduce harmful light can cause other irritations (tint, reflection of own eyes). Nevertheless, I DO choose to put these on each morning (and until each night) for the reduce in eyestrain.
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22 of 27 people found the following review helpful By faust on October 27, 2008
Color Name: Mercury
Normally, I would be skeptical about the claim that these glasses can reduce computer eyestrain, but I saw these featured on Gizmodo where the author of article actually said that these worked. I suffered from eyestrain which would turn into headaches but I've had these glasses for about a week and I can honestly say they work. Not having the headaches makes the price worth it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Erick Rosal on September 16, 2009
Color Name: Onyx
I bought them two days ago and I can tell the difference already, they don't weight anything.. you can barely know they there but you definitely going to notice the yellow tint, takes a little time to get used to but they actually reduce eyestrain, have a little zoom effect that helps you focus the screen too. The first thing I noticed was the super slim frame, they look a little fragile and are very flexible too, overall great pair of glasses!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. Lam on January 28, 2014
Color Name: Mercury
I've purchased three pairs of these testing them out. I've owned them for three years now. I'm on the computer 18 hours a day for work and for gaming. I have 20/20 vision and these makes me dizzy. There is a bit of magnification to them, so if you have perfect vision, your eyes will be straining to adjust. After an hour of wearing them, I want to vomit from the dizzy spell and migraine from the eye strain. Because I can't wear these, I gave a pair to my husband and another to my girlfriend, both needing corrective lenses. They worked perfect for them...when not wearing their contacts.
After a year, the yellow flaked off and became very loose. There were no screws on these glasses, so I could not tighten nor adjust them to fit the face. Now they slide off the face.
For the cost, it might be smarter to invest in tinted prescription glasses or do eye exercises periodically and not spend these outrageous prices on flimsy glasses.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Pastaboy on August 4, 2012
Color Name: Onyx
I bought a pair of Gunnar glasses and it was an expensive mistake. You need to try a several computer glasses before you know what works, but unfortunately, the choices are limited. Basically, I have only seen Gunnar in local stores, so I bought a pair. I work in an office most of the time when I'm not seeing clients so I really wanted to protect my eyes. My vision was definitely worsening each day as I sat in front of the computer screen, however these glasses seemed to actually have made things even worse.

Basically, I'll summarize my experience like so:

- The lens are yellow. It seems to make sense at first (to block UV), but in practice, not really. The unnatural yellow color applied to everything I see actually made my eyes more strained.
- The lens are curved unnaturally. It completely distorts the shapes of objects you're looking at. More strain to the eyes.
- The lens are not clear. The plastic of the lens are a bit blurry which made things actually more difficult to see. Even more strain to my eyes.
- You can't wear these around at work when clients are around. They look totally unprofessional with that yellow tint and shape. You look like you're going to go rollerblading or something.
- I spent $70 on these. They probably should have been more like $20.

I didn't spend just 1 or 2 days trying to get used to the glasses. I tried on and off for a few months. I spent $70, so I wasn't going to give up and I really didn't want to look at a computer screen directly all day, but the more I tried, the worse my experience. The longer I wore the glasses each day, the worse my vision was getting and I started getting some major headaches at the end of the day.

However, I just took a gamble and bought some Jins PC glasses.
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