The RPG, Designed by Razer, is the ultimate in gaming eyewear. Built with dual rail temple construction and ultra detailed quad-core hinge design, the RPG ,designed by Razer, provides a perfect fit and an expansive viewing field perfect for gaming. Add an ergonomic twist with adjustable nose pads and deceptively light magnesium-aluminum armoring and you get the perfect gamer eye-protection.lens width: 62 mm | nose: 17 mm | frame width: 141 mm | temple: 120 mm
✅GUNNAR | Designed by Razer eyewear has been engineered to reduce eye strain and improve visual acuity while gaming. The eyewear features GUNNAR’s patented i-AMP lens technology in frame designs inspired by Razer’s iconic black and green branding. Razer eyewear features amber lens geometry resulting in higher contrast, crisper text and sharper images during longer sessions at the computer or on a mobile device. Features anti-reflective properties reducing reflection and glare.
✅BLUE LIGHT PROTECTION FACTOR tells you exactly how much of the peak blue light spectrum (450nm) we’re blocking. Most blue light glasses in the market do not protect you from the strongest high-energy visible light. Block 65% of harmful blue light, 100% of UV. Prevent short-term and long-term damage like macular degeneration, cataracts, and the reduction of melatonin production.
✅GUNNAR improves performance while viewing tablets, smartphones, TV & computers to reduce digital eye strain, fatigue and headaches. Wide format lenses for full eye coverage – Curved nose rest for even weight distribution – Reduce Eye Strain – minimize headaches, dry eye and eye fatigue with added amber lens contrast, anti reflective coatings and patented focusing power 0.20 mag.
✅BLOCK BLUE LIGHT: GUNNAR lens tints filter artificial blue light emitted from digital screens. Just how Sun Protection Factor (SPF) measures protection for the skin, the Blue Light Protection Factor (BLPF) scale measures lens protection for the eye. | Reduce Digital Eye Strain: GUNNAR glasses address all short and long-term side effects associated with digital eye strain, including: headaches, dry eyes, blurry vision, glare, negative effects of artificial blue light, eye strain and fatigue.