Gunnar Glasses are popular in their own right and they deserve the praise they have gained over the years. The glasses they provide are designed to lessen eye strain for those who stare at screens for long periods of time. The cool thing about them is they have an appealing look to them. Everyone likes some fancy-looking eye wear and Gunnar has not only provided that, but also a product that helps your eyes. This is especially the case for the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Enigma designed glasses. They have that awesome look to them with the Assassin’s Creed Logo on the ends. The amber lens gives it that extra stylish look and appeal which helps make it stand out. The price tag for these models are not that bad especially for its stylish look and the benefits it has. You can pick these bad boys up for $69.99, well worth it.

These glasses are not your average shades or specs as they are designed to decrease digital eye strain. They protect the eyes while you’re using any type of technology from your mobile phone, computer or even screens when gaming. They assist in improving your focus and comfort by decreasing the blue light from those devices, along with preventing glare. If you’re a person that spends several hours in front of a screen like me, then you have experienced eye strain and fatigue. The Assassin’s Creed Odyssey designed glasses reduce blue light by 65%, it’s the Amber Lenses that assist with this. So not only do they add a sophisticated look to the glasses, there also good for your eyes.

Design and Accessories:

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Gunnar and Case

The Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Enigma design are truly appealing to the eye. Its black base with curvy frame design helps them become attractive. What truly grabs the eye is the smokey blue colored sides with the silver gunner name on both sides. That is not it though, as you move down the sides there is that symbol that lets you know these are not just normal Gunnar glasses. The Assassin’s Creed gold logo letting you know that these are Assassin’s Creed themed Gunnar Glasses. With the sleek look of the glasses, the amber lens brings it all together. The gold logo, the black base, the smoky blue, and the amber lenses truly attract people’s attention to the glasses.

What helps to bring the theme all together is the carrying case. Which has not only the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey logo on it, but also has Assassins Creed Odyssey Printed on it. All the way at the bottom in a smoky grey color is the Gunnar name sealing the deal. This lets everyone that sees your glasses know that they are Gunnar, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey themed.

Final Thoughts:

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Gunnar

I used these glasses in several different ways to truly test Gunnar’s claims what the glasses are capable of doing. I used them while at work on my computer screen and mobile phone. I used them while driving during the night because of glare and high light from surrounding cars. I used them while gaming and as a streamer I do that a lot. I have to say that these glasses assisted in all of those situations. While at work sitting in front of a computer for 8 or more hours this would at times irritate my eyes as well as at periods give me a headache. When I started to use the Gunnar glasses that was no longer the case. During the time of usage my eyes did not get dry and fatigue was not an issue. My headaches also did not occur which I would get at least once a day and need to take something to elevate the pain. Towards the end of my day it would be easier to come home and game as the glasses would assist with that.

Driving now was another time I enjoyed these glasses. I had a vehicle that the driver side mirror had a yellow film on it and that truly helped when a car was behind me with their lights on. I have wanted that back on another vehicle for a long time, but could not find a window tint shop that had that for my other cars. The glasses now helped with that, which I figured they would be because of the fact that they prevent glare. I am no longer looking for someone to add that yellow tint on my mirrors.

I have to be completely honest, I wear glasses to see so having to wear two pairs to test was not an easy task. I will say it made me think of several things, one getting contacts so I can use them on a daily basis from now on. Second option is checking out the prescription pair so I can just continue to wear glasses as I am not a fan of contacts. The only issue I had with the classes was the first time I wore them for several hours and took them off made everything look blue. That was a little freaky and concerning at first, but the more I used them my eyes would quickly adjust. It made sense as wearing the glasses everything looks yellow, so natural light would look a little off after removal.