Thanks for the reply, those "Anime" glasses do look nice and simple. I'm an old fashioned guy, and I like plain and simple things.
Now here's the thing, are they Rx compatible...sorry if this was asked before. I don't have a good vision and I'm nearsighted and have -2.75/-3.00(L/R) and on top of that severe eye fatigue if I'm starring for long periods of time. I take that these GUNNAR glasses has a special magnification feature which helps seeing computer screen(making text look bigger/sharper perhaps?), but will I've problems seeing things that are far away? I'm concerned and for making matters worse, I don't live in the US or any country that falls under the Rx providers' list. I'll PM you short if there's a workaround, and can you tell me how much does it cost for an Rx modified GUNNAR glasses, say for e.g the $99 frames? I'm only a student, and can't afford much and don't have an insurance for vision plans...so I'm kinda lost here.
Thanks for your time, and rep+
EDIT: Oh, and can you please tell me the name of this frame in this video: at 01:46
The top right
frame above the ash colored frame and are they Rx compatible?Edited by dipanzan - 7/4/12 at 10:05am