26 Jul Dyrus
Gamer tag: Dyrus
League of Legends
Model Tested: Steelseries Scope Onyx/Carbon
General Perception of GUNNARS before usage I saw GUNNARS as something similar to sunglasses. An accessory that protects your eyes from the sun.
Except instead of the sun, it just protects your eyes from light in general.
Feedback after trying GUNNARS:
After a few hours to a day, my eyes adjusted to the yellow tint of the glasses. Since I play games for long periods of time my eyes start to hurt, but ever since I’ve started wearing GUNNARS I haven’t been noticing the strain on my eyes anymore.
How do GUNNARS benefit you in your game and competitions?
In game I get headaches when my graphics/effects are on very high with GUNNARS I can fully experience the ingame graphics without bashing my head into a wall from all the flashing lights. Same goes for competitions, at WCG 2011 there were many flashing lights around the arena. Spotlights and moving flashing lights that could give people seisures from how annoying it was. I would of loved to have GUNNARS at that event.
GUNNARS is a fair asset for my gaming needs. There’s even the option to use prescription GUNNARS so I can wear them wherever I want without worrying of being able to see. They’re also an extra pair of glasses just in case I lose my causal pair. I use GUNNARS everytime I get on my computer which is 80% of my day.