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GUNNAR eyewear - Designed by Razer

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

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  1. DJShafman

    DJShafman Member

    Wooah looks slick... can one add prescription lenses to it?
     
  2. rode_leeuw

    rode_leeuw Active Member

    My dad is optician, and every random company making crappy glasses triggers him. I showed him this and he kind of was semi-intrested. Good job razer :D
     
  3. MClidiam

    MClidiam Member

    I know this is cool and all but I do that the pricing is something that needs to be looked at, they are so god dam expensive. I get it, this is for the pros, but come on
     
  4. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    Please keep in mind that these are Razer branded versions of the Gunnar glasses, it is Gunnar who chooses the prices and value of their products.
     
  5. rode_leeuw

    rode_leeuw Active Member

    In which world are glasses cheap anyway? I mean good quality glasses.
     
  6. Draco90

    Draco90 Active Member

    For who own a piece, i have a question: how much are the color distorted?
     
  7. Lafar

    Lafar Well-Known Member

    You can see a similar effect by using Flux. I assume it's the best way to emulate this effect.
     
  8. rode_leeuw

    rode_leeuw Active Member

    Only the glasses really have filters in them filtering out the other spectra of light, flux just sends out less of that particulair light. So the glasses should be more effective in protecting your eyes.

    You are basicly trying to filter a color out, so you will see difference, Although I don't own a pair, they might have magicians working at razer, you never know
     
  9. Draco90

    Draco90 Active Member

    Yea i know the basics of the technology.. there are similar softwares for Android (that i'm currently using). My question was more about HOW MUCH the filter is noticable during gaming, films, etc
     
  10. rode_leeuw

    rode_leeuw Active Member

    It's just like changing settings, when you put it on you are like woah change, after 20 minutes you completely forgot about it
     
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  11. Draco90

    Draco90 Active Member

    That's more like the answer i was lookin' for...
    Thx buddy! Give The Ring to that man!
     
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  12. Adlies

    Adlies Member

    Can you make these with prescription? :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  13. KeiaraAya

    KeiaraAya Member

    I would definitely get these if they came in prescription since I stare at screens for 90% of the day
     
  14. Adlies

    Adlies Member

    Yeah thats why I wanted them ahahah because Im on the computer all day Lol
     
  15. MrBigStuff

    MrBigStuff Member

    Has anyone bought this and has feedback?
     
  16. skuller314

    skuller314 New Member

    sweet I would buy it if i liked wearing glasses
     
  17. ONREY_no_id

    ONREY_no_id Member

    I'd like to buy the frame seperatly, Is this possible?
     
  18. gore843

    gore843 New Member

    I have Cerberus amber and they are great for sitting in front of a 43" screen and gaming for hours. You get used to the tint quickly, and its really not that big of a deal.

    I also have the Gunnar Intercept crystalline and I use them at the office for regular computing needs.

    I would recommend both products for people that stare at screens constantly.
     
  19. aab010799

    aab010799 Active Member

    Lol keep learning new things. No idea these existed. Seems razer loves to offer such a large variety of products marketed towards gamers.
     
  20. DavidMGS

    DavidMGS New Member

    now we just need the hypster version lol
     
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