|Item model number||INT-00101|
|Operating System||Not Machine Specific|
|Item Weight||1.12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.52 x 7.52 x 4.76 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||2.52 x 7.52 x 4.76 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||April 10, 2013|
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Gaming Glasses | Blue Light Blocking Glasses | Intercept/Onyx by Gunnar | 65% Blue Light Protection, 100% UV Light, Anti-Reflective To Protect & Reduce Eye Strain & Dryness
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- Gunnar produces the only blue light blocking computer and Gaming glasses with Patented Lens (#9417460) Technology that is recommended by doctors to protect and enhance your vision. Gunnar improves performance while viewing tablets, smartphones, TV & computers to reduce Digital Eye strain, fatigue and headaches.
- Unlike other blue light blocking glasses, GUNNAR developed the Blue Light Protection Factor, telling you exactly how much of the peak blue light spectrum (450nm) We're blocking. Not all blue light glasses in the market protects you from the strongest high-energy visible light.
- The preferred gaming Glass for men and women, GUNNAR protects against symptoms stemming from prolonged screen-staring including migraines, headaches, dry eyes, blurry vision, negative effects of blue light exposure, cataracts and macular degeneration.
- Specs: lens Width: 58 mm | nose: 17 mm | frame Width: 133 mm | Temple: 135 mm | weight: 33 grams. Gunnar produces ergonomically designed gaming eyewear with a lightweight frame to give you a full day of comfortable screen viewing.
- Included with your purchase of INTERCEPT gaming and computer Glasses - microfiber pouch, microfiber cleaning cloth, 30-day return policy & one-year warranty.
- Gunnar Gaming glasses enhance performance and provide a competitive edge. Play better with styles Designed for panoramic viewing and audio headset compatibility.
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Digital Eye Strain (DES) has become an increasing problem. Peering into an abyss of high-energy visible (HEV) artificial blue light for hours can disrupt your eyes, neck, back, circadian rhythms, serotonin levels and overall health.
Your solution: GUNNAR.
GUNNAR is the patented gaming and computer eyewear. GUNNAR lens technology addresses all issues associated with digital eye strain, including: headaches, dry eyes, blurry vision, glare, negative effects of artificial blue light, eye strain and fatigue.
GUNNAR glasses filter blue light and blocks UV to enhance contrast and protect eyes. The filtered spectrum replicates natural light, minimizing eye strain.
GUNNAR glasses limit air currents near the eyes, increasing humidity and preventing irritation. The patented optical design enhances focus and sharpens detail to ease eye strain.
GUNNAR glasses eliminate distortion from impurities and haze found in inferior materials to ensure the clearest image possible. The ultralight yet durable, performance optics will not degrade over time.
GUNNAR glasses reduce glare and reflective light to eliminate visual distraction and stress. An external hard coat provides extended lens durability resisting scratches.
|Type||Office and Gaming||Computer||Computer||Outdoor||Computer|
|Fit||Medium – Large||Medium – Small||Medium – Small||Medium – Large||Medium – Large|
|Material||Polycarbonate||Polycarbonate||Acetate||Polycarbonate||Aluminum / Magnesium Alloy|
|*Justia Patents Assigned to GUNNAR Optiks, (LLC: Patent number: 9417460) August 16, 2016.||-||-||-||-||-|
GUNNAR produces the only blue light blocking computer and gaming glasses with Patented Lens (#9417460) Technology that is recommended by doctors to protect and enhance your vision. GUNNAR improves performance while viewing tablets, smartphones, TV & computers to reduce digital eye strain, fatigue and headaches. Unlike other blue light blocking glasses, GUNNAR developed the Blue Light Protection Factor™, telling you exactly how much of the peak blue light spectrum (450nm) we're blocking. Not all blue light glasses in the market protects you from the strongest high-energy visible light. The preferred gaming glass for men and women, GUNNAR protects against symptoms stemming from prolonged screen-staring including migraines, headaches, dry eyes, blurry vision, negative effects of blue light exposure, cataracts and macular degeneration SPECS (in mm) Lens Width: 58, Bridge: 17, Temple: 135, Weight: 33gm, Fit: Medium. GUNNAR produces ergonomically designed gaming/computer eyewear with a lightweight frame to give you a full day of comfortable screen viewing. INCLUDED with your purchase of our gaming and computer glasses - microfiber pouch, microfiber cleaning cloth, 30-day return policy & one-year warranty. GUNNAR gaming glasses enhance performance and provide a competitive edge. Play better with styles designed for panoramic viewing and audio headset compatibility. Magnification: +.25
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Paid $50 in Dec 2016. I emphatically cannot recommend you buy name-brand Gunnar products on Amazon.
The color on the television looks a bit weird at first but you get used to it very quickly. I like the look of these, see pic.
The only downside is a small one, I find they are kind of hard to clean, so I have an eyeglass cleaner kit by both my workstations so that I can keep them clean. With only a t-shirt etc. they don't get clean, they need the cleaning solution. Otherwise, these glasses are great, and I literally wear them any time I used the computer anymore and find that I have way less eye strain, and feel better after long periods of time on the computer. It's funny because I didn't notice a problem before, but now that I have had these I realize how much better I feel after a long stint on the computer than I did before.
First, I didn't anticipate how much I'd hate the amber lenses. I've had shooting glasses that were yellow/amber and I quickly forget that I'm even wearing them... not the case with these Gunnars.
Second, I'm ticked off that I have just barely missed the deadline for returning them to Amazon because I was wrapped up into moving into my new house.
Third, there is some alteration/magnification/etc that actually tires my eyes since I have better than 20/20 vision to begin with. The point was to reduce eye strain but the fact that it is changing the focal length that I'm not used to then it actually is about as tiring as without the glasses... so not really any benefit here.
Given the desire to order these again I would DEFINITELY go for the clear lens versions. In general, maybe it is because I have good vision (no correction and only wear sunglasses at worst), I really don't like these.
BIGGEST GRIPE is that the left eye lens seems to have a flaw. They are 100% clean and yet I get glare/blue shine/reflection in that one lens. Again, I'm ticked off that I'm just now getting around to attempt a return and I'm outside the 30 day window. Maybe, if I'm lucky, Gunnar Optiks will reach out to make this good. For the high cost of these glasses they really aren't that comfortable (to me) and the flaw in the lens makes me feel like I threw money down the drain. Additionally, the frame is larger than my sunglasses that I'm used to wearing so they are ALWAYS in my vision and kind of hard to ignore. This may be something that people that must wear glasses just get used to, but I can't seem to get past it.
These might be a good solution for some people but they don't work well for me. I hoped for a lot more, got distracted by a life event, and now I'm stuck with an expensive pair of glasses that I don't really want to wear.
Even setting these terrible fit problems aside, my product came with one lens clouded- either by defect or mishandling before it arrived for me. Sending mine back, trying one more pair in a different style, and then writing the company off
Minor grievances aside, these have saved my life. The lighting in the office environment I work in coupled with the two monitors I work in front of was hurting my eyes something fierce and even worse, it made me feel really tired on top of already being tired from waking up early. Driving home from work became uncomfortable for me because my eyes were tired from the lighting conditions I had been in all day.
These work amazingly well and have made me more productive as a result. You get used to the tint within a day and it’s unreal how strong the blue light is after wearing these for 7+ hours.
I would recommend trying them on in a physical store before buying if possible, or pick a pair as close to a style you wear. In this case I was looking for cheapest, but I plan to buy a different pair and keep these for home in the future.
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The lenses are made of plastic probably why is a magnet
The only thing I like about this pair of glasses is the slightly magnification they have
If you got lots patience and more patience on top they aren’t bad
But if you after a normal pair of blue light filter glasses they do it as any other pair in the market even for a tenth of the price
I’m sorry but that’s my thoughts
I have 3 pairs of gaming glasses
This one from Gunnar another from Duco
And another for £5pounds no name, they all feel the same to me
I have done some research on this and specialist saying that they all do the same job no matter the price
I’m still using them, I simply would like a pair anti glare, anti blue light, and with a slight of magnification
Why am I not putting five stars then? Well, the lens are plastic, and it's a bit difficult to clean them as your skin oil just sticks to the lenses. :) I don't know why, it's just more difficult than with other glasses. You need a cleansing liquid. Even with that, I would easily recommend those against the cheaper glasses of unknown brands that you can find around.
I'd only recommend this to someone that doesn't have a massive head, and spend 7+ hours p/day in-front of blue light screens like phones/ tablets and laptops or are already experiencing the effects of eye strain from computers.
Design-wise these look great, and I like them a lot more than the Scope's. Comfort-wise, I prefer the Scope's. If you're wearing a headset or a pair of headphones, these will definitely do your head in.
Despite the discomfort, I will give them 5 stars. They live up to what they claim to do.
My advice to anyone would to be to buy one of the many cheaper brands out there as you are not getting an increase in build quality from the gunnar markup.
The first time I bought these (different seller) and they broke within days the seller took them back for a refund. This time there is no option to return, despite the fact that they are only 6 months old.
Upon wearing them for the first time, you'll notice that everything seems a tad brighter and much clearer. There is a slight magnification, +0.2 if i remember correctly, which i find useful not having to sit so close to the screen. The lenses on these glasses are where the magic happens. My eyes feel almost warmer/more humid when wearing these, thus stopping my eyes drying out all together as i basically stop blinking when I'm smashing some serious Uncharted 4 online (blink and you're basically as good as dead).
So yea, they do exactly as advertised, EXCEPT for one small things. These Gunnar Intercept glasses should not be marketed as gaming glasses, because gaming glasses should be comfortable to wear for extensive periods of time... of which these are not. They're ok for about an hour or two and then you really start to notice them digging into your scalp and the bridge of your nose. Not to say that makes these un-usable, they're fine if you can deal with that digging in feeling, but I can safely say I'll be buying the much more lightweight MLG branded pair of Gunnars and handing these down to my girlfriend as soon as I can afford to do so.
1- got broken after 3 weeks of use.
2- not very comfortable to wear as it puts too much pressure on my temples.
3- It also doesnt fit in the Gunnar hard case.
4- It doesnt have adjustable silicon nose pads.
I had to buy a new Gunnar called SHEADOG which is very light and comfortable (I recommend)