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Time to get your GUNNAR on! Tell us about yours below!
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I own the MW3 set, which I bought from one the Woot Plus deals for Gunnar. I absolutely love them. They are a fine product.
4 things to point out:
1. If you aren't used to wearing glasses all the time it will take you a day or two to get used to having something on your face.
2. Check the dimensions on their website or at any resellers for the out of date models. I got the MW3 set because they were the largest and I needed them for my big head.
3. You will probably notice that these are considerably more useful in the evening, or sitting in your basement playing Halo 4 with the lights off If you are in a office setting right next to the window, you might benefit more from the glare protection than the eye strain reduction. If you game, or work on spreadsheets, in the evening you will almost definitely see a reduction in eye strain.
4. Take into consideration what you're planning on using these for. I have a 24" monitor and play full screen games at about 10" away. I knew that I would need large lenses so that I can move my eyes without moving my head. If I were playing on my TV from 6-10' away I might be able to get the more stylish sets that have smaller lenses.
"You win some, you lose some, and some get rained out, but you gotta suit up for them all."
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Don't think they're made for just monitors/ PC screens.
These are great for reading documents and paperwork under lighting. In response those who are skeptical about these,, the reason why they're pricey is because they're covered with scratch resisting coating. HOWEVER, these are not made for outdoor use (ie: sunny or bright days like sunglasses).
The prices are amazing. I always miss out on the one I want, too. Even on eBay these still go for $60+ on bid.
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