The Razer FPS x GUNNAR

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  1. connectfreshSoap990

    connectfreshSoap990 New Member

    That's our distributor in Australia. More here:

    If you're curious to learn more about our patented lens technology, you can get all the details here:

    Well, it'd be possible but the arms would be pretty wide to accommodate the LEDs, and then the housing for the batteries to power the Chroma would be a bit intrusive to say the least. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
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  2. HypocriticalIdiot

    HypocriticalIdiot Active Member

    Irrelevant, i want chroma
  3. Hawk_gaming712

    Hawk_gaming712 New Member

    now glasses...what's next Razer?
  4. najirion

    najirion New Member

    wow, Razer collaborates with Gunnar too? :D
    Sadly, I already wear eyeglasses :slightly_sad:

    perhaps Razer can collaborate with NVIDIA too?
  5. FabrizzioFranco

    FabrizzioFranco New Member

  6. Justinvdw123

    Justinvdw123 New Member

    Nice glasses, but why is it 100$?? that is so expensive for some glasses
  7. Slayer1094

    Slayer1094 New Member

    my eyes still hurt
  8. Hxshbrrxwn

    Hxshbrrxwn Member

    Cmonn no giveawayy;)
  9. markieg

    markieg Active Member

    I'd rather install a Night Shift program on the PC than wear those :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: maybe just me
  10. EddieGold

    EddieGold New Member

    I really, really like the look of these.
  11. SirJayDee

    SirJayDee Active Member

  12. Xevien

    Xevien Active Member

    I have the RPG glasses and they are very uncomfortable with a headset on. I will have to purchase these and see if they work better with my Man O'War headset.
  13. Bayantel

    Bayantel New Member

    I already got a Razer Cerberus. Should have waited for this.
  14. RudySka

    RudySka New Member

    So these are only available to the USA at the moment???? Whenever I click the link the add to cart button disappears and if I am fast enough to click add to cart.. it shows only states that I can ship to.
  15. Threemoons

    Threemoons Active Member

    I have a prescription pair of RPGs (amber) and I absolutely LOVE them. My day gig has me on a screen at least 10 hours a day, and then I go home at night and game, and they really ARE the best keyboarding glasses I have ever used. The glareproofing on the INSIDE of the lens (ie not just the outward facing side) really helps, and the curved lenses really do cut down on dry eye. Highly recommended. And no, I am not being paid for saying this. Yes, they work great with headphones also; I have the Chroma Krakens and they do fine.
  16. ARMOR_152

    ARMOR_152 Well-Known Member

    Have you ever compared $15 sunglasses at a gas station to a real pair for $100? It is worth it for sure.
  17. evilchargerfan

    evilchargerfan Well-Known Member

    I currently own a pair of PPK's and PHANTOM's. I think its time to get some FPS's so I can match the rest of my stuff. I mean at this point .... why the heck not, lol
  18. ObsidianZed

    ObsidianZed Well-Known Member

    I'm curious, @GUNNAR_Chad, how are these for other applications such as sports? I usually only have a single pair of glasses at a time (with the exception of old backup pair) and I play sports that also require quick reaction. I've had issues in the past with some lens that if I turn my head, it's as if I need to refocus, and that split second delay can cost me. I am definitely interested in these, but I see no reviews about the prescription side of things. I understand Gunnars are LARGELY designed for fighting eye fatigue from strains and I'm interested in this as well since I work an office job and game outside of work, but I don't want to get these if they're ONLY designed for such an application.
  19. connectfreshSoap990

    connectfreshSoap990 New Member

    When it comes to our regular eyewear, they're designed for close-distance viewing and specifically to help eliminate digital eye strain. If you're talking Rx, though, our lab uses the latest techniques and equipment to ensure your prescription is spot on by cutting the lenses to fit your pupil distance, and to the exact specifications provided by your doctor. If quick turns in your current Rx are causing focus issues, best to first see your doc to make sure your prescription is correct and up-to-date before investing in a new pair.
  20. ObsidianZed

    ObsidianZed Well-Known Member

    Right, I'm just doing a little research before my next appointment.
    I just mainly wanted to make sure that it doesn't cause any focus issues at longer distances since they're specifically designed for closer distance focusing. All the reviews I could find were in regards to gaming or other screens, with only a mention of walking outside. I'm trying to get an insight for sports or other likewise activities like golf or tennis for example. I've read the amber lenses brighten everything and make things clearer in the sunlight, which I would think would be good for golf and spotting your ball. Tennis though, is fast-paced, quick reaction, and I want to make sure these aren't going to hinder my focus for any reason.
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