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DerpDerpin
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May 16, 2017
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Do these provide any functional improvement that a <$15 offbrand pair of blue light reducing glasses don't?
May 16, 2017
VideoPod
May 16, 2017
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Good Question!
May 16, 2017
GunnarOptiks
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May 16, 2017
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@DerpDerpin @VideoPod A lot of the cheap off brands do not have all the functionality that Gunnar glasses do. We were first to market in this space about 11 years ago. We have a patent on our lens technology so other companies can not replicate. Most cheaper glasses only have a yellow lens or a lens with anti-reflective coatings to block some blue light. Gunnar glasses do the following. I hope this helps! 1. Filter 65% of high frequency blue light emitted from digital devices to protect eyes. 2. Provide focusing power that helps you hold focus on screens and minimizes eye muscle fatigue. 3. Our amber lens adds additional contrast to define shapes and sharpen detail for easier viewing. 4. Our anti-reflective coatings on the front and back of the lenses eliminate visual distractions such as glare off your monitor or from overhead lights.
May 16, 2017
VideoPod
May 17, 2017
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I know all that! That's why I paid $100.00 full boat for the first pair I bought from GunnarOptiks! However The Frames were Too Small and did NOT fit me properly so I would have liked a larger Frame Set to be available maybe something like Aviator style glasses? Not Available as far as I can see. Also and this IS on Me but I assumed that glasses for Computer use would have had at least a minimum 1.25Mag but of course they don't and I was not thinking when I put in my order to ask... Murph
May 17, 2017
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