GUNNAR eyewear - Designed by Razer

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by technokat, Jun 17, 2015.

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  1. technokat

    technokat Director, Social Marketing Staff Member


    Be well specced for gaming not just on hardware – introducing GUNNAR gaming eyewear, Designed by Razer™:

    Featuring GUNNAR’s patented i-AMP lens technology, GUNNAR eyewear is engineered to reduce eye strain and improve visual activity while gaming. See better, frag better and most importantly - own in style.


    Part of the Designed by Razer™ collaboration program, the Razer Cerberus and Razer RPG combines unique GUNNAR computer eyewear tech with award-winning Razer design elements – the result is a truly innovative, ultra-stylish piece of functional gaming kit designed For Gamers. By Gamers.

    Own in style with GUNNAR gaming eyewear Designed by Razer™:
  2. iglooset

    iglooset Active Member

    Now those look pretty cool! If there ever was a Sponsored Streamer welcoming package, I would hope that a pair of those would be in there!
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    KOXOXOK Member

    Oh YES. i guess it right!! :D but nothing innovative...:oops:
  4. cyncle

    cyncle Active Member

    any one has feedback about Gunnar?
  5. iPhantomhives

    iPhantomhives Member

  6. njbmartin

    njbmartin Developer of Awesome

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  7. KenstA

    KenstA Active Member

    Bought myself the Razer RPG

    Great Optiks, I have the Gunnar Optiks MLG edition ones and never had an issue. They do work, I use them for work since I'm behind a computer 24/7 and while playing video games.
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    KOXOXOK Member

    You can use free software called F.Lux or spend $99 on a Razer Gunnar. They both do the same thing.
  9. iPhantomhives

    iPhantomhives Member

  10. Foxman150

    Foxman150 Member

    @Razer|Technokat I just bought the PPK's in April in prescription any chance for an exchange ;P I would of held out if I knew this was coming!
  11. ironcrow

    ironcrow Active Member

    I like them a lot. Gives the screen a yellowish tint and a little bit of a curve, but they've helped me through long coding and gaming sessions (10 hours plus). I'm not sure I'd use them for console-to-large-HDTV play - they seem designed for the close play on laptop / PC monitors (I half remember Gunnar selling a specific model for far distances, but that was a long time ago and I could be wrong).

    One issue with Gunnar in general - they run narrow which can cause pressure pain on the temples after a while. Always check the model specs and especially the temple width (usually buried in a pdf on the product page and listed in millimeters) . There are a lot of Gunnar models that I like but I just can't squeeze my Mario-sized head into.
  12. cyncle

    cyncle Active Member

    I wonder if you use this as day to day prescription glasses? What's the draw back?
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    KOXOXOK Member

    I think there's a bit of magnification in it; so i don't think it's recommended as a daily glasses. Use it when you're in front of your computer.
  14. R3AP3R

    R3AP3R Active Member

    I hope it will come with crystalline lens
  15. ogreman88

    ogreman88 Member

    Eh. I never felt that the Gunnar Glasses did anything special. Plus I couldn't wear them with my regular glasses. Look decent enough I suppose.
  16. Vivulux

    Vivulux Active Member

    I knew I waited on these glasses for a reason...
  17. Ashurii

    Ashurii Member

    I have a pair, and I use them at work and for gaming at home. I'm a huge Razer fangirl so now that they have these.... I'll be throwing my money into a pair of prescription ones and a normal pair. :) Can't wait. Gunnars accept insurance too!
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  19. mahousensei

    mahousensei Active Member

    The design is really nice. :)
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    jforret Member

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