This piece was written by the people who run the Cracked Store to tell you about products that are being sold there.
Is it a little suspicious that as technology grows more and more ubiquitous, everyone seems to get more headaches and eye pain? That's probably just a coincidence, right? There's no way the Vision Council has found that the vast majority of American adults experience digital eye strain because of how much they use their electronic devices. Right? There's no way that all of this amazing futuristic stuff is melting our corneas like we just opened the Ark of the Covenant.
Wrong. (You might have figured where this was going.) We already know technology is slowly gouging into our brains, but in what will go down in history as one of the worst two-for-one deals ever, it turns out technology is slowly eviscerating our eyes too. But while your brain is probably long gone, your eyesight can still be saved thanks to Gunnar Optiks and their PPK Advanced Computer Glasses. Endorsed by Shark Tank, these glasses will protect you from eye strain and headaches, whether you work at a computer all day or just want to indulge in an endless binge of streaming television.
Since you'll be wearing them for extended periods of time, these glasses are designed with comfort in mind. The adjustable silicone nose pads fit any face with ease (no matter how large your honker is), and the tensile steel components make them super flexible and durable. (You won't break them if you accidentally step on them.) They pretty much look like regular glasses, too, so no one will have to know you're secretly playing Counter-Strike on that work computer.
Normally, the Gunnar Optiks PPK Advanced Computer Glasses run about $79, but they're on sale now in the Cracked Store for $45.99, a 41 percent discount.
For more ways to keep your face safe, check out Ray-Ban Sunglasses and 1Voice True Sound Active Noise Cancelling Headphones.
And keep your bod in tip-top shape with 15 Reasons This Hoodie Is The Only Jacket You'll Ever Need.
Being a household name doesn't exactly make someone a role model.
Forget 'morale-boosters,' we'd rather have the money.
Trends among women trigger a level of contempt that's way beyond what is deserved.