The Razer FPS x GUNNAR

Discussion in 'Razer Gear' started by Deleted member 368765, Mar 15, 2017.

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  1. connectfreshSoap990

    connectfreshSoap990 New Member

    Keep in mind, non-Rx styles from us come with a .2 magnification which can be disorienting when viewing things at a distance. We've had plenty of people tell us they use our non-Rx eyewear for driving and other outdoor activities, but we cannot recommend it since our tech is specifically designed for computer use. That magnification, though, isn't included in Rx lenses but you can still choose between amber or crystalline while still wearing them all day, every day for any activity.
  2. ObsidianZed

    ObsidianZed Well-Known Member

    I did not know that about the magnification, fortunately I am only interested in the Rx eyewear. I'm looking to completely replace my current daily eyewear, so I'm looking to wear them constantly. I did see the option for the crystalline lenses as well, however I think I would prefer brightening what I see to perhaps assist in night time driving for example.
  3. evilchargerfan

    evilchargerfan Well-Known Member

    factor in licensing cost.

    look at t shirts, why are some $25 and some $5. licensing
  4. Argirious

    Argirious Member

    Totally agree, my Krakens plus my regular glasses fit like a dream compared to my old headphones :D
  5. dongerbob

    dongerbob Member

    Does anyone by chance have a pair of Razer Gunnars and are they comfortable and worth the money??
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