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smudge
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Feb 23, 2017
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I use these more for night driving than gaming. Slim difference though
Feb 23, 2017
MishaT
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Mar 7, 2017
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If that's the case you may need to go and check your vision. This is computer eye wear, for close distance, to reduce eye strain due to screen glare and sharpness effort. I have 20/20 and things get wavy if I look into the distance...
Mar 7, 2017
smudge
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Mar 7, 2017
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Skip the naughts, my eyes are a perfect 2/2 according to my last physical but it's all down to looking the mdc screens too much, software called f.lux.is better than glasses now. reason I use them more for driving is it kills the blue LED glare, plus makes patrolling the streets at night less of a head ache. but thanks for your concern. btw the hinges on them are cheap, would have expected the better sprung type for this money.
Mar 7, 2017
MishaT
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Mar 7, 2017
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I have this frame for home and I agree on the hinges being soft, but at work I use the Emissary frame, its sturdier you may like it : https://gunnar.com/product/emissary/
Mar 7, 2017
RichardSmith
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Mar 11, 2017
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I will confirm they function as night driving glasses as well as any do. If you want to get scientific, killing the blue light allows your eyes to dilate more and massively takes the edge off of those xenon headlamps that blind you.
Mar 11, 2017
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