The Gunnar Optiks S6127-2-C002 Wi-Five Advanced Computer Glasses are the only eyewear recommended by doctors to protect and enhance your vision when viewing digital screens at home or in the office. Eye strain, visual stress and dry eyes can be caused by extended periods of digital screen viewing and office lighting. Put yourself back in the game with these stylish espresso frame glasses designed to improve visual performance, enhance focus and reduce eye strain for those with 20/20 vision. These Wi-Five Advanced Computer glasses are subtly shaped into a low profile lens configuration to give an optimal viewing experience on a small-mass chassis: finally a fast forward button for your eyes. The Amber lens makes these computer glasses perfect for video gamers too as they improve gaming precision and graphics. Their 56-millimeter wide lens design frames your face to protect your eyes from dry air currents, effectively preventing irritation. GUNNAR’s anti-glare lens coating is specifically engineered to filter out the harsh, high-energy part of the spectrum, reduce digital eye strain and enhance viewing detail so you can stay focused and perform more efficiently throughout the day. The Wi-Five’s 120-millimeter temples and full rim frame are composed of stainless steel and designed to generate proper strength and optical stability. Weighing in at only 25-grams, these lightweight glasses are properly balanced to reduce pressure points and combat eye strain. Keep your glasses in place with the 18-millimeter nose bridge and adjustable pads that articulate (3) dimensions for a dynamic fit. Micro-engineered locks securely retain the lenses without undue stress or distortion to the optics, while the flexible temples conform and ergonomically fit a wide range of head and face shapes. The Gunnar Optiks S6127-2-C002 Wi-Five Full Rim Compact Ergonomic Advanced Computer Glasses come with a 1-year limited warranty against manufacturing defects. The ultimate result is improved clarity, focus and performance that meet the demanding visual needs of a new generation.