Smallest coverage in the ESPORT series, PARALEX puts all the benefits of GUNNAR's i-AMP lens technology in a frame that fits narrower faces. Low profile temples ergonomically wrap and sit comfortably under headsets. Floating adjustable nose pads provide for a wide range of fits. Precision digital optics…PARALEX is great performance equipment from any point of view.
Gotta love gunnars!
Pros: Light weight and comfortable, and also have a zoom of about .05x which makes the icons on my Droid 4 pop out and look amazing.
Cons: You can see every smudge on the glasses so keep them clean or something to whip them with handy.
Other Thoughts: Any par of Gunnars are a must have for anyone who doesn't want the feeling that his or her eyes are about to bleed. These glasses make logging 8-12 hours of gaming a lot more comfortable. Additionally, women find them attractive, and isn't that what we all hope for out of glasses?
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First set of computer glasses pretty sweet. :3
Pros: Comfortable, reduces eye strain, magnifies just the right amount, the yellow tint makes lcds seem more crisp.
Cons: Flimsy, it looks like these could be very easily broken, the frame is very thin. This won't be a problem if you try to keep them out of harms way.
Other Thoughts: Being in the IT field, and being a hardcore gamer. I spend a lot of my day staring at lcd screens. After playing DOTA II for about 3 hours my eyes will get very fatigued, sometimes twitching, or dry. I have better than 20/20 vision so my sight was never a problem, just eye strain.
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“Comfortable, reduces eye strain, magnifies just the right amount, the yellow tint makes lcds seem more crisp.”— G4b3 3/15/2012
“Light weight and comfortable, and also have a zoom of about .05x which makes the icons on my Droid 4 pop out and look amazing.”— BKJ 5/13/2012