I rarely give any reviewed product the “awesomesauce” in the title of the review. But the Gunnar Anime Onyx glasses does deserve it. To put it short and simple, these glasses are designed for long computer-usage. They refrain the amount of brightness seen on the screen, and turn that light into natural light, using several technologies that Gunnar has patented and/or has found in a variety of sunglasses/prescriptions. The end result is less eye strain, a smaller chance of migraines, along with well-lubricated eyes that could take several hours of computer usage without take a major beating to the optical nerves and/or the retina. As you might know, at the age of 14 I do spend quite a while in front of tablets, smartphones, computers, and just about anything else with a screen. So I do get eye strain (on occasion). And it is very annoying. So when I found out that Gunnars existed, and that my friends at ThinkGeek were willing to send me a pair for review, I decided it’s time to get locked and loaded.
Review after the break.