Gunnar Optiks Sheadog Computer Glasses Review
Gunnar Optiks has created another great gaming eyewear product called SheaDog. They improve visual performance and reduce eye strain for those that do not need to wear reading glasses. There is high tensile steel that is built with an onyx (black) frame finish that is complemented with a fastener-free hinge system which makes it both durable and comfortable.
The SheaDog has a medium-fit frame that provides flexible arms and fixed temple points that have good flexibility. The flexibility adds to the ergonomics of the design, making a more comfortable wearing experience for gamers. There is a soft thermoplastic rubber-tipped temples so that your gaming headset can fit over it comfortably. The silicon nose pad is also adjustable so that it can be shaped to fit your face. The lens glass sections are 56-millimeters thick, the bridge width is 18-millimeters and the temple length is 130 millimeters long.
These glasses prevent dry eyes and eye irritation, giving sharpness, depth and detail to your video gaming screen. The distortion free optics that are offered by the SheaDog glasses give you a filtered viewing experience that provides great contrast to your picture. The glare elimination characteristics of the glasses also help to give you the gaming edge.
Artists and computer operators can also benefit from this technology, which will allow users to spend more time in front of their workstations. The lack of eye strain and headaches will no doubt be a welcome relief for many, and these comfortable glasses look great as well, so it really is a win-win for anyone that spends a lot of time in front of a digital display or screen.