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Gunnar Menlo Gaming Anti Blue/UV Computer Glasses - Emerald Frame + Amber Lens

Gunnar MEN-08401Menlo Computer Glasses Anti Blue/UV Light, Emerald Frame + Amber Lens Tint Unisex

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Scan code: LN121575 Manufacturer code: MEN-08401
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Product Overview


For PC Monitors, Gaming & Office use, Smartphones & Tablets and even Driving.

Help reduce the strain on your eyes caused by hours in front of the computer or TV with the emerald with amber lenses GUNNAR Menlo Computer Glasses. They are designed to block up to 65% of harmful blue light and up to 100% of UV light, which may reduce the risk of macular degeneration. They feature a lightweight design at just 0.9 oz, making them well suited for long-term use.
Amber Lens Tint. The amber lens tint is engineered to provide enhanced contrast and visual performance while minimizing screen glare and diminishing the harshest parts of the color spectrum by filtering out up to 65% of harmful, high-intensity blue light.

Designed for the digital intellectual, Menlo’s circular frame style complements a wide variety of faces. Paired with GUNNAR’s patented lens technology, the dual-material frame will enable peak performance and long-lasting comfort.

IMPROVES COMFORT AND FOCUS
The overabundance of bright artificial light can create a strain on your eyes. But GUNNAR custom lens tints and filters block harsh blue light and glare so your eyes can finally relax. Focus longer. Work more efficiently. Be comfortable doing it.

PROTECTS YOUR EYES
Look around you. You probably work in an environment filled with fluorescent light, glare, and uncomfortable air currents. GUNNAR patented lens technology reduces glare and prevents dry eyes.

As the world leader in computer eyewear, Gunnar pioneered an advanced lens material that offers distortion free, ultra-light, ergonomic properties not found in inferior lens material. Gunnar's proprietary lens design aids natural focusing to provide sharper, clearer vision, resulting in less strain on ciliary muscles and frame your face to reduce effects of dry eye. In addition, custom tints and premium coatings block high-energy, artificial blue light, UV and glare to protect your vision. The result – improved clarity, focus and performance designed to meet demanding visual needs of our generation.

GUNNAR Advanced Gaming Eyewear is a technical eyewear solution that helps protect, enhance and optimize your vision. Using the same lens technology as Advanced Computer Eyewear, all Advanced Gaming Eyewear styles come in a featherlight frame optimized for visual performance while gaming for long periods of time. Improves a gamer’s visual efficiency, endurance and recovery.


Additional Features
3-barrel hinge for added durability
Dual-material frame for a lightweight and comfortable fit
Blocks up to 65% of harmful blue light and 100% UV light
Anti-reflective lens coating for maximum clarity
Unisex Style
Features

Key Features
Blocks up to 65% Blue Light
Blocks up to 100% UV Light
Lightweight Design at 0.9 oz
Anti-Reflect, Anti-Glare Lens Coating
SPECS: lens width: 56 mm | nose: 18 mm | frame width: 134 mm
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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Gunnar Menlo Gaming Anti Blue/UV Computer Glasses - Emerald Frame + Amber Lens
Gunnar Menlo Gaming Anti Blue/UV Computer Glasses - Emerald Frame + Amber Lens