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About the product
- Reduces eye strain and fatigue from gaming
- Increases visual accuracy
- Enhances visual gameplay performance
- Rugged and scratch resistant
- Two different fashionable styles to choose from
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Playing games for a long period of time can cause eye strain and potential headaches. The ClearOptix Gaming Glasses allow you to avoid these symptoms along with increasing your visual accuracy and performance. In addition, they improve contrast and sharpness in your vision during gameplay helping you to AVOID any possible negative effects . The ClearOptix Gaming Glasses feature a hard coat scratch resistant 1.0 mm TAC amber lenses and durable lightweight frames perfect for long gaming sessions!
Top customer reviews
* The Gunnar has a slight magnification effect and the ClearOptix doesn't. This is a major difference. I prefer to have the magnification effect that makes the monitors easier to see.
* Strangely, the ClearOptix create a STRONG (too strong if you ask me) yellow tint on my Dell U2311H monitors, but not on my other monitors where they just create a SLIGHT yellow tint. The Gunnars seem to have a consistent SLIGHT yellow tinting effect on ALL my monitors.
Other points of interest for the ClearOptix:
* I like the aviator style
* Claims to provide UV, UVB, and UVC protection
* Claims "especially helpful with Nintendo 3DS"
* The build quality seems decent for the price, but not as good as my Gunnar glasses
* Made in China (my Gunnar glasses were also made in China)
So, considering the lower price, I'm giving these 4 stars. In my opinion, the Gunnars are superior, but they cost a lot more.
If you have eye strain, these help. But their quality is so low they end up being a nuisance of a different kid.
If you're considering computer/gaming glasses, these make a passable trial pair.
- Amber tint keeps eye strain and headaches at bay.
- Fit was good - the fact that these come in sizes is very convenient. I ordered the small because I have a tiny head.
- The lenses are HUGE, which means wherever you look, you're gonna see yellow. There can be no "peering around" these glasses.
- No slight magnifying power (which acts to make the screen display appear clearer and crisper) like the Gunnars offer.
- They look like I borrowed my Dad's glasses from 1970. If you're into "retro," though, I guess that could be a plus?
- Poor quality control: My pair had a defect in the right lense (looked like a dimple), so images were a little... "warped?" And the tint was not consistent in either lens, so some of the lens had a lighter tint than other areas. All this meant that I was frequently tilting my head to change the tint to something I was more comfortable with.
In the end I gave up and ordered a pair of Gunnars.
Most recent customer reviews
They do get the job done, but I'm afraid they will easily break.