Bring your work back into focus with these ingenious safety glasses that provide magnification while also protecting your eyes. The polycarbonate lenses have a comfortable, wraparound style that ensures good coverage for the sides as well as the front.
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Reviewed by 16 customers
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from Prince George, VA
About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer
Comments about : Bifocal Safety Glasses:
I love these. Keeps flying dirt out of my eyes, while allowing me to see what I'm doing.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Betty Boop
from Southlake, Tx
I help my husband on projects for churches in various locations that have submitted request for help in buildings. We do the electrical portion and these glasses will save my eyes from injury. I look forward to using them.
Great for metalworking
from Loveland, CO
About Me Professional
These are a great addition to my metalsmithing studio.
from Topeka, KS
About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer
Gave these to my hubby for Christmas. He loved them. Has started needing the bifocals and is always needing some in the shop, Yeah!!
I can see!!!!!!!
By Master Deedles
from Richmond, VA
It's so nice to be able to see what I'm doing in the garden - everything is so much clearer! What a great gift!
love the glasses!
It's so nice to be able to see while gardening! It was fun before but even more fun now!
Great idea but....
By Kate in SA
from San Antonio, TX
Great idea but these did not have a very large magnification area and were some what distorted. Perhaps I need practice using them? My dental hygienist used similar glasses but hers were much better. Need to talk to my dentist about getting some.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Exactly what I needed.
By Somebody's Got To Do It
from Gate City, VA
Finally able to see what I am doing! Now I don't have to choose between seeing where the power saw is cutting or safety.Wish a tinted version was offered for outdoor work.
The bi-focal part of the lens is too low
from Gloucester, VA
Very good eye protection. However, the bifocal part of the lens is too low to be very useful without having to tip one's head back pretty far.
By Ag Teacher
from Northern Illinois
It's nice to be able to work without having to layer my readers under safety goggles or to risk inadequate coverage and protection by wearing only readers for risky activities. I ordered a 2.00 magnification but they don't seem that powerful. There is a bit of a learning curve since I've never worn bifocals before.
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