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These do not transition. They do change the color a bit, so if you are working in photoshop with color correctness as a key part of that just take them off when you need to. However these have been saving my eyes so I have to give them a great review. They seem to be well made after the year I've been using them. They help me sleep better and I have less eye fatigue these days. I would recommend these for desk jockeys and gamers alike.
1st purchase (VX800) was good but 2nd purchase VX600 the hard casing wasn't glued properly and the skin of the case is coming apart. Not too pleased with it
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Thank you so much arozzi service team, I've received the new pair of glasses and the new hard case is perfect! You're one of the best after sales service I've encountered, hope you guys will keep up the good work.
Elvan
Thank you and I'm glad I could help.
Anybody get theirs in the mail yet?
Still overpriced. These do the same thing as the ones on this site: https://supremedude.com/products/pro-lite-gaming-glasses-anti-blue-light

If you don't mind how they look, save yourself $15.
How does this shift colors on screen? I do lots of graphical work, will the colors shift? I can't find much on that.
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They were not meant to be worn outside. They are meant to reducing potentially harmful and distracting blue light they help eliminate unwanted artifacts, increase image clarity and visual acuity while reducing eye fatigue. Visione glasses also filter over 99% of UV rays and have photo sensitive lenses that automatically adjust for varying light conditions.
arozziserviceteam
It's this "photo sensitive" lens nonsense that caused problems. The write-up specifically calls this a "transition". These glasses DO NOT transition. At all. Apparently, I don't know what is meant by "photo sensitive" or "transition". The glasses always look the same.
Can you put the plain version on top of prescription glasses?
Redington
There are people who in our office that have done it many of times before. They are not made to be put on top of prescription glasses so I'm not sure how comfortable they would feel. I will pass this along to the right person in hopes maybe in the future we can have a pair that is meant to be put over prescription glasses. Thank you
arozziserviceteam
Better to pass along the information that customers want reading glasses optics for computer work. I would buy a pair from the first company that offers these for sale.
Are these anti-glare?
Surfing_Snorlax
All our glasses feature lenses that adjust to different types of lighting. With that being said they don't just have the one type of anti-glare. Thank you
These are not listed as having an anti-reflective coating. Take it for what it’s worth, but instead of getting in on the last Gunnar drop I figured I‘d try some surprisingly well reviewed $10 Gamma Rays from Amazon.

They have different styles but overall, have really positive reviews and I can’t understand why. They don’t have an anti-reflective coating and all I could see was a reflection of my eyes in the glasses. For me, it was a few steps shy of looking into a mirror.

Different brand of course and it’s just my experience but I figured that a heads up is worth leaving for those considering glasses without anti-reflective coating. I ended up returning the Gamma Rays because the reflection was too much of a distraction.
Can you wear on top of existing prescription glasses ?
AHuman
I have done it many times as an 100% of waking time glasses wearer.
I'm assuming that there is not a prescription option on these?
Bilsky
That's correct.
These are lightweight and comfortable. However, I find that they sit too low and I am almost looking at the black top bar. Does anyone know of a way to raise the height they sit at? (I have them pushed up so close to my eyes that my lashes touch the lenses)
RyCan
Hi, The service team at Arozzi would be happy to help you with the matter. They can be reached at Service@arozzi.com.

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