Might get these. I go to fighting game tournaments sometimes and my eyes are fairly fatigued at the end of the day. I'm a software engineer so I'm used to staring at screens all day, but I can set my monitors to low brightness, etc.
Thanks for this posting. I've been looking for Gunnars again. I purchased some at Best Buy but I felt it was over priced so I returned them. Though they do enhance contrast and reduce eye strain for sure during those long use periods. For 40 bucks shipped , you can't go wrong. For 120 bucks at Best Buy or Frys it's debatable. If you game or look at multiple screens alot these are really really good for that purpose. I do my Masters program online so I need 2 screens to go back and forth for writing paper and doing research , these glasses really help so you don't have to strain when your trying to refocus your eye on a portion of the webpage.
I have a pair of Gunnars that I bought in the last round of Woot deals. I really love them, but they actually increase my eyestrain so I don't use them. They're high quality and the lenses are fantastic. My problem is that I have a multimonitor setup with a 30" primary screen 2 1/2 feet from my face. The magnification just makes it too big, so it hurts my eyes in my case. Still, I think they're really great at this price and even though I don't use them I don't regret having them around...dunno why.
I use a 30" primary too along with a 20" on the side as a 2nd monitor. You need to be at least 3.5 feet away and make sure the top of the screen doesn't exceed 2 inch above your head to get proper viewing posture. It's bad when you need to turn your head just to look at a portion of the screen. Eventually your eyes and your neck will start to show signs of stress.
I bought a pair of these and they really do work. They are tinted yellow and have a coating on them that reflects blue light. If you look at the lenses you can see the blue light being reflected. They have a very slight magnification to them as well which is helpful. Wearing them right now. If you aren't on the computer all day though you may not find yourself wearing them regularly. I'm not sure that flux is really a suitable alternative, as just turning the color temperature down on your monitor really doesn't seem to do nearly as much as these glasses, but I haven't compared it extensively. Also, I work under flourescent lighting and they help with the light reflection off my white workspace as well.
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