SteelSeries and GUNNAR Optiks unveiled Desmo gaming eyewear

SteelSeries and GUNNAR Optiks have teamed up once again to give you more advantages when you make headshots or mass zealots rushes, during your extra-long gaming sessions.

The new co-branded pro gaming glasses are called SteelSeries Desmo, feature semi-rimless design with flexible twin-rail temples, adjustable nose pads to provide a lightweight, stable fit, and are equipped with special lenses which utilize GUNNAR’s i-AMP lens technology, and according to both companies, will improve your visual efficiency, endurance, and recovery during gaming sessions.

Steelseries Desmo eyewear

Check the components included in these optical lens:

Tint: Specially formulated tint conditions and shifts the color spectrum to provide superior contrast, detail and resolution.

Wrap/Shape: Features a highly wrapped, curved lens shape limiting air flow and maintaining moisture near the eyes, while providing a slight focusing power to help ease eye fatigue and enhancing detail for sharper, clearer vision.

Material: A proprietary lens material that is optically pure, insuring the clearest image by eliminating distortion, impurities and haze.

Coatings: An anti-reflective coating that reduces glare and other distractions caused by reflective light.

20/20 or Rx: Out of the box ready for 20/20 vision or used with corrective contact lenses, and also prescription compatible in partnership with Carl Zeiss Vision with optional coverage by VSP Insurance. Visit www.gunnars.com/rx/ for more information.

This new pro gaming glasses will be available in two versions – Desmo Onyx and Desmo Snow Limited Edition , both priced at $99.99/ €99.99, but the Desmo Snow will be exclusively sold at SteelSeries.com.


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