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Poll Results: Why do you use glasses?

 
  • 49% (44)
    I have no choice!
  • 41% (37)
    I don't.
  • 8% (8)
    I feel it helps me out!
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post #31 of 45
Nope, especially with my monitor on 9300k
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post #32 of 45
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Kratthew D. Kraids View Post
Dues ex 3 will make that possible yeah Trivex is really nice but I got mine for pretty cheap hehe. I'm good friends with the family that own the optical, and my insurance is awesome for eye glasses.
My insurance for glasses include a Few Benjamin Franklins, Some Ulysses Grant and a few Andrew Jacksons. My insurance is a joke they cover $30 and the exam, Which is free when i buy glasses by the way! I use those $30 on cleaning solution.
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post #33 of 45
I always have them on. Once you get use to them you dont notice them and if you take them off in part that they dont make a difference the eyes can hurt and it feels weird. For computer length i dont need the, but if i try to lean back i need them so i keep them on.
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post #34 of 45
corrective lenses are for weaklings. gaming glasses, on the other hand, ftw
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post #35 of 45
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dink View Post
corrective lenses are for weaklings. gaming glasses, on the other hand, ftw
I actually think the exact OPPOSITE
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post #36 of 45
Quote:
Originally Posted by ohzer0;12501625 
I actually think the exact OPPOSITE cool.gif

even your smilie has glasses lachen.gif

are they the gaming ones? must be
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post #37 of 45
Quote:
Originally Posted by hoth17 View Post
a bit old, and I'm sure you have searched and found the thread yourself, but none the less:
http://www.overclock.net/computer-pe...ks-review.html
I think that these are an alternative and free It's called f.lux after a certain time the screen gets a little bit tinted with orange but it's really light and it's smoothing to the eyes. I use it you can also adjust what time it dims and how dramatically it does.
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post #38 of 45
Never did but wished I had. I used to have 20/20, five years and thousands of hours spent looking at a computer screen later and my vision is 200/20. Though they might have just gotten worse with age because of genetics.
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post #39 of 45
Well, this is a random thread. And I thought 'I' ran out of things to think up, lol.

Anyways...yeah, I wear glasses. Thought about getting Contacts, but apparently, the girls like me with my glasses....whatevv.
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post #40 of 45
I have 20/20 vision but over the years I've noticed I sometimes get headaches after extended periods of gaming. I bought a pair of cheap reading glasses and they seem to have helped. I don't use them very often but if I can feel my eyes are tired I'll wear them.
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