dealsclearoptix gaming glasses - small aviator for $4…

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hmmm may have to pick up a pair i had wondered about these but was not going to pay $50 for a pair

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These are also very useful if you play 3D video games, and will protect your eyes from 3D video game objects.

When wearing these glasses, no one has ever suffered an eye injury from a 3D video game object, and they have a 100% safety rating when used to protect against virtual objects.

They are also scratch resistant to 3D virtual projections, and allow the screen to be viewed in HD when the screen and game console support HD resolutions.

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The placebo effect is a powerful thing

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As the page indicates, these glasses are meant for the Nintendo 3DS platform. Clearly, XBOX, PS3, and Wii owners cannot benefit from these glasses.

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I bought these, hoping to get gunnar functionality on the cheap, I didnt

these are simply tinted and not remotely the quality of optics on gunnars

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@cyberpenguin:
I heard these were also popular with urologists.

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Side effects include diarrhea, but you'll look fabulous.

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@gjgarcia1 I'd pay 5 bucks for a placebo effect... I already paid $50 for the even stronger placebo effect : )

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These probably reduce some blue light (being amber lenses), and would probably be good for wearing at night while looking at electronic devices (games, TV, computer, etc.). Blue light at night blunts melatonin production (not good).

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If you're playing console games for so long that you're getting eye strain and headaches it might be time to look into another hobby.