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GUNNAR Computer Eyewear - Phenom Mint Frame

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  • Reduces Glare- Reduces glare and improves visual focus
  • Sharpens Detail- Enhances detail for sharper, clearer vision
  • Minimizes Eye Fatigue- Reduces visual stress and dry eyes
  • Improves Focus- Helps your eyes focus more naturally protecting against fatigue
  • Amber Tint- Specially formulated yellow tint conditions and shifts the color spectrum to provide superior contrast, detail and resolution.
  • Ergonomic Fit- Lightweight frame and adjustable nose pads for comfort and style
  • 20/20 Ready- Ready-to-wear for users with 20/20 or 20/20 corrected vision
  • RX Compatible- Custom Prescription available through GUNNAR's prescription program with Carl Zeiss Vision www.gunnars.com/rx
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Product Description

Product Description

Finished to exacting specifications and machine polished with high velocity micro particulates, the engineering behind PHENOM is only outdone by one thing... its artistic style. Micro-engineered lenslocks add both flexibility and flair. An exercise in creative contrast.

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.

Attache Phenom
Subtle style meets high performance in the Attache collection. The Phenom design features a frame made of lightweight Mg-Al alloy treated to a rich anodized finish. And treat yourself to added comfort with adjustable nose pads and resilient spring hinges -- perfect for people who need to put on and remove their glasses frequently.

i-FI lens coatings
i-Fi lens coatings filter and protect. Our proprietary nano-filters help capture all of the good light coming from the computer screen while diffusing the bad reflective light and glare. The outer coating provides a protective layer that shields the lens from scratching, abrasion, and oxidation damage.

fRACTYL lens geometry
Computer generated fRACTYL lens geometry mimics nature through advanced science and engineering. Aiding the natural focusing power of the cornea, our lens geometry eases eyestrain caused by near distance computer viewing. fRACTYL lens geometry uses independently curved front and back surfaces to provide unparalleled distortion-free optics. Fused with Gunnar frames, the tightly arced lenses form a personal ocular microclimate that prevents dry eyes.

iONik lens tints
iONik lens tints take harsh artificial light and precisely tune it to match the anatomy of the eye. Our custom organic dye compounds condition and shift transmitted light into the preferred color spectrum, increasing visual contrast, detail and resolution. Edges of screen pixilated images read more easily and interfering blue light is reduced -- ultimately your eyes are less fatigued.

diAMIX lens material
No existing lens material had all the properties we needed. So we gave our lab techs the task of developing the lightest, most optically pure lens material possible. Beating out polycarbonate on the toughness scale and rivaling the undisputed optics of ground glass, diAMIX is the next generation of lens materials for those that demand the highest optical qualities.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 7 x 3 x 2 inches
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Shipping Weight 6.4 ounces
ASIN B001DUSXLE
Item model number ST002-C014
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4.5 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #487 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Video Glasses
#155,444 in Electronics > Accessories & Supplies > Audio & Video Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com July 17, 2008

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was having bad headaches by midmorning almost every day. went to the doctor and he checked me and said my eyes were fine but wanted to sell me some $600 glasses even though i was technically 20/20, but the girl at the front desk is a freind of my girlfriend and told me I should check these out. i bought them online and can say they are perfect for what i need. from the first time i put them on, i was sold. instant difference. no more mid-morning headaches...in fact I'm back to normal and do full day's work plus go home and get back on personal email etc in the eve. dont know if they work for everybody, but they are pefect for me and i saved huge $$$.
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I work as a Graphic Artist and my days are filled with long hours of looking at the computer screen. I have good vision, but had begun to have trouble focusing near to far quickly. I also began having headaches and my eyes felt as though they were straining.
I ordered these based on a review from gizmodo and I do not regret it. The difference is immediate. I felt my eyes relax and my screen looked clearer. If I had to make a complaint, it would be that the lenses give the screen a bit of yellow tint. However, this does not bother me for I no longer have the headaches and/or eyestrain. I would give it 4.5 stars because of the yellow tint, but rounded up to five for default. :)
Make sure to read the instructions, they are NOT to be used as sunglasses or while driving!

It's been a month and I'm used to the yellow tint. These glasses are great! I'm considering buying a second pair for home!
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Like most people, I wasn't quite sold on these glasses when I ordered them. Everyone seemed to say great things about them, but could a pair of lenses really do that much?
After trying them on and putting them through long stretches (including an all-nighter on the laptop, I'd say they really do work. The screen has a more natural appearance; the poster who said it now looks more incandescent than fluorescent basically nailed it. It's much less glaring, and I did notice reduced (really non-existent) eye strain when I put them on. You really notice the difference once you take them off; I found myself saying, "Wow--I had to put up with that screen for 3 years!"
The screen looks slightly larger with the glasses, but it's not a huge difference. I should note that I'm somewhat nearsighted, and I understand that the glasses are meant for those with perfect vision. Actually, they fit pretty well over my regular glasses (which are quite small), so that wasn't a problem.

I do recommend these for anyone who spends a good amount of time on their computer, especially in the evening hours. Now you won't have to dim your screen to avoid straining your eyes. Perhaps I'm not as ecstatic about them as some of the 5-star reviewers, but they definitely make a difference.
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I got these glasses for a specific reason. I started a job at the end of last year and at my previous job working with computer monitors and at home, I developed bad migraines after looking at a computer screen for only 4 hours (at a workday I have to look at it all day). I decided to try these glasses to see if they made a difference in my eye-strain and migraines. I think it's a good solution, better than putting a glare screen on your LCD or worse yet spending money on a LED backlit screen (which I haven't tried yet). My review is somewhat clouded due to the fact that I started a migraine medicine at the same time, but I feel like on days when I do get a headache it helps my eyes. People at work didn't notice the yellow color and thought they were just normal glasses, some of them even asked if I wore contacts normally.

I haven't used them for precision gaming. A weird side effect is that they magnify things ever so slightly, so I imagine this would help. It certainly helps make text more clear at work.

I wish I could give a more thorough review but it's hard to tell. They are a little expensive, but the color/model that I got was substantially cheaper than 100 dollars which is what they go for at BestBuy, etc. You will want to get a hard case for these...The drawbag that came with them makes me too nervous they'll be stepped on.
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