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Submitted by -Mezzo- 597d ago | review

Kotaku - I’m Frying My Eyes, So Let’s See If These Gaming Glasses Can Stop That

Kotaku - I stare at a screen. A lot. All day. And when I finish, I stare at a screen some more. Seriously, this cannot be good for my eyes.

You might have the same worry! You might not, because A). You don't stare at a monitor or a TV all day or B). Don't really care about your peepers. But these viewing circumstances do concern me. They don't keep up at night, but yes, there's some pause for concern. That's what Gamers Edge Gaming Glasses, with their "Stop Frying Your Eyes" slogan, hope to combat. Do they? (Culture) -

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