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Color: Mercury | Style: Standard Packaging
When there is no time to blink, you need Gunnar performance optics. Gunnar Advanced Gaming Eyewear creates a more comfortable and rich visual experience, improving visual efficiency, endurance, and recovery, while combating eye fatigue during extended hours of gaming.
The Gunnar Optiks G0005-C011 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 mercury frame finish.
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My job is 100% computer work. I had a concussion over a year ago and, as a result, headaches occur every Monday into Tuesday due to computer use. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Robin Rains
At first, I was really skeptical of these. However, my friend has had some Gunnar Optiks for two years, and swears by them. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Dragon King
I've had these glasses for 3 days, used them just at work so far. I'll use them for gaming this weekend. The build quality is excellent. The sides of the frames are very thin... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Unixman2000
Cuts down on brightness from the monitor/screen, but at the cost of sacrificing clarity. Everything was noticeably "fuzzy" through the glasses. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Wayne