SteelSeries Gunnar Scope Gaming Eyewear Review

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Shawn loves gadgets, literature, history and games. For 10yrs+ he's straddled both the comic book & video game industries, as a writer, editor, marketing officer & producer. Shawn got his start in tech & games as an editor & Hardware Director for GameRevolution.com. More notable accomplishments include Executive Producer on mobile games Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved & The Shroud.

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  3. Gunnar Optiks Stylus Advanced
    Computer/Gaming Eyewear – Bought a pair, got a pair. So far, so
    good.

    Was a designer for over 11 years, did some notable
    stuff. Spent thousands of hours behind a monitor, not to mention
    being an avid gamer.

    These suck. The lenses are much much too
    far from the eye to significantly affect humidity or moisture levels,
    so your eyes still get dry. They are also narrow so you see the
    lenses, meaning when you take them off after wearing them for a few
    hours you STILL see the lenses (after image, fun when trying to fall
    asleep). And mild blue block – really? Has no one learned to adjust
    the color temp of their monitor? It might help slightly with
    florescent lights, IF the lenses weren’t so incredibly far from the
    face AND so narrow.

    The frames are not amazing either. You put
    them on, they feel fine. Hours later your head hurts, you wonder why.
    You remove the glasses and gasp in relief.

    Bottom line – $15
    dollah’, KACHING! $50 like I paid on here, over priced badly. $189
    retail – if you pay that, I hope you get a free complimentary condom
    with it…

    Want to pay good money and keep eyes moist and
    protected? Get a pair of Kids Safety Glasses made for BB Gun
    shooting. They’ll fit close and snug, run about $2 and offer some
    actual protection for your eyes. Just a shame you can’t find them in
    the awesome “diluted urine yellow” that makes Gunnar Optics all
    the rage.

  4. Shawn Sanders

    Definitely don’t think everything is great here. Look around the site and you will find plenty less-than-stellar products. But these specs are pretty slick. They look cool and do what they say.

    • gadgetreview

      Clearly you haven’t read some of our other reviews.  But to your point, yes, there have been a fair bit of GREAT reviews in recent.  

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