GUNNAR Optiks, an American manufacturer of blue-light-blocking glasses for gaming, computer, and other digital screen use has expanded its Amber Max lenses to cover more frame options. Today, non-prescription Amber Max lenses are available on the following frames listed below my signature. More frames will be announced with non-prescription Amber Max lenses in the coming weeks. However, customers with prescriptions can order Amber Max lenses on any GUNNAR frames they choose.
GUNNAR Amber Max lenses have a UV protection coating, feature an extreme Blue Light Protection Factor (BLPF) of 98, and not only minimize blue light entering the eye, but can also regulate the circadian rhythm by reducing blue light’s melatonin-suppressing effects. Beyond their eye health and sleep benefits, Amber Max lenses actually enhance contrast for optimal vision performance – which is especially advantageous in competitive gaming.
RiotThe durable and lightweight nylon frame with a rectangular lens shape is engineered to fit broader faces and features a fixed nose ridge for a secure fit. A wide fit ensures a comfortable experience, even after long hours of work, gaming, or binge-watching.
The Vertex glasses come in a sleek and modern design, made with durable materials for long-lasting wear. The lightweight frame and adjustable nose pads ensure a comfortable fit for any face shape, while the flexible temples provide a secure and stable grip.
The lightweight and comfortable frame will provide all-day comfort, perfect for extended hours of work, gaming, or binge-watching your favorite show. The frame features a classic rectangular shape and is made of high-quality materials to ensure durability and longevity.
Founded in 2006, GUNNAR Optiks®, LLC designs and engineers Gaming and Computer Eyewear to protect and enhance vision using revolutionary technology solutions. GUNNAR introduced the Technology Eyewear category in 2008 and pioneered the only patented lens technology to reduce digital eye strain and fatigue issues associated with computer use.