dealsgunnar talon advanced computer eyewear for $69.99…

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What Are GUNNARS?

GUNNARS are high performance computer eyewear designed to optimize viewing on any digital screen.

What They Do?

GUNNARS help eliminate eye strain and improve focus and comfort when viewing screens for long periods of time.

What Are The Benefits?

GUNNAR's i-AMP lens technology is the key component of the benefits of Wearing GUNNARS.

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Really? Traps moisture? Optically pure? Reduces glare? Seems like a case of people with too much money will spend it on anything to me.

But I can attest to the warmer spectrum claim. But use F.lux (http://stereopsis.com/flux/) instead of buying glasses for that.

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I have too much money to spend. I have some of these. Get past a week of semi dizziness and they are quite effective.

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Last time these were being sold I laughed at it, but after doing research decided to buy some.

They work wonders.

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I actually own a pair of Gunnars, not this same style but the same lens, they really help reduce the strain on my eyes, when I look at the screen for a long period of time. I regret the days when I forget to bring them to work, they really make a difference at the end of the day.

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Millions spent to bring electronic displays closer to the look of film, and a marketing company with lots of sizzle but no steak tells us to attenuate the blue through plastic filters. Then they want us to pay 70 for a product that costs about $5 to make. I loved all the psedo-technical names on the site, none of which are explained.

According to some, they are at least stylish.

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I was in for a pair a couple weeks ago at $49.99. If you put them on as you start working, like I did, you dont notice any immediate difference and start screaming "snake oil". But after having some discomfort and putting them on, it actually does help. As a small staff sysadmin, I spend my whole day staring at computers, not always my own. If you have eye strain on a daily basis and cant adjust multiple computers to suit your needs, go in for a pair. I mean, its not like you probably wont buy something more expensive and less useful if you were already thinking about going in for one...

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Yea these really work I've had a pair for over a year, there great for in front of computer, lcd/led tvs, and reading under fluorescent lights for reducing eye strain

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Make your own on some cooler frames!

Or get Flux, as suggested!

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These can't be used if you have prescription glasses to see clearly?

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If you wear glasses, just make sure you have an ANTI-REFLECTIVE coating on your lens. That's all you need. What a Scam! This color lens is better suited for trap shooting. What a Joke!

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For a couple of bucks you can also buy a screen filter...........

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somehow I think BONO is behind this

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For anyone who buys these - I have some magic beans that boost your bandwidth, for sale.

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I've tried these, and vote with many here that they do work. No placebo effect, magnetic hologram bracelets, or snake oil here.

My gripe is the build quality makes them feel like $10-20 glasses, not $70. I saw a pair on Buy.com & Overstock for $40 once, and I would likely buy a pair if they got that low again. Passing for now.

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The company is partly owned by rapper 50 Cent. That's where all the promotion is coming from.

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Use F.lux instead. It's the best.

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@khamil78: I would, but in all of the corporate PC environments I have worked in (present included), installing "non-sanctioned" applications is a policy violation. Getting it "approved" is not worth the effort--it would be cheaper for the company to buy some Gunnars for everyone who requests F.lux instead.

Come to think of it... that gives me an idea :D

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I use Flux. Free application, and I'll never go back.

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i can't live without your love, affection and hip glasses.

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I Have a pair of these, they are really great. I use them for gaming on PC and PS3 for long periods of time. I used to get headaches but these help tremendously! I'd recommend these for sure! They are also pretty slick looking =D

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Interesting that there are several retailers in my area which carry them online, but do not stock them in-store. I'm beginning to lean toward the snake-oil side of the argument now. I'm not about to drop 80+ on some eyewear that I can't test drive first.