Free Yourself from being a Blurry McBlurface

woman squinting at an eye chart on the wall while not wearing her glasses


Did you know that here at Gamer Advantage we do full prescription? Even if you have astigmatism, we got you. It’s super important that you get regular eye exams, even if you think your vision is great.

Why is it important to keep your prescription up-to-date? For starters, it can help prevent discomfort and fatigue. If your prescription is out-of-date, your eyes may have to work harder to focus, leading to headaches, blurry vision, and overall discomfort. 

Ensuring your prescription is current can also help you see clearer and more comfortably. An inaccurate prescription can negatively impact your ability to play games, read in-game text, or even watch cutscenes. Moreover, wearing glasses or contacts with an outdated prescription can cause misalignments in your vision, leading to visual disturbances. Especially if you are playing something with motion blur on.

Keeping your prescription up-to-date can also assist in detecting and preventing serious eye conditions like glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts (ew). By attending regular eye exams and ensuring your prescription is current, you can catch potential issues early and prevent them from causing permanent vision loss.

Lastly, having an up-to-date prescription empowers you to choose the most appropriate eyewear for your gaming needs. Choosing the right type of lenses, whether it's our Focus lens for 4+ hours on a screen or our Sleep lens which is for 8+ hours, is vital to ensuring optimal visual performance and comfort.

Don't neglect your eyesight—remember to schedule regular appointments with your eye doctor and keep your prescription up-to-date so you can continue to enjoy uninterrupted gaming sessions with clarity and ease. 

Don’t be a Blurry McBlurface. It’s bad for you, and it sounds silly.

We can accommodate single-vision prescriptions with a spherical value (SPH) between -6.00 and +4.00 up to a -/+2.00 cylinder (CYL).For more information on our prescription options and how we handle prescriptions, visit our FAQ page.