Fireworks Safety Glasses

$11.95 USD
Item# 425702
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Product Features

  • One-piece polycarbonate lens for superior impact resistance
  • Integrated side shields for added protection
  • UV 400 guards against ultraviolet and infrared rays
  • Lightweight for comfort and balance
  • Adjustable temples for a custom fit
  • Ideal for flameworking and fusing
  • Meets ANSI Z87.1


Product Description

Protect Your Eyes!
Eye protection is essential when you work with glass! The clear, one-piece polycarbonate lens provides protection from glass projectiles, ultraviolet and infrared rays. Features adjustable temples for a custom fit and side shields for wraparound protection. Fireworks Safety Glasses protect with comfort and style. Perfect for stained glass, mosaics and flameworking. One size fits most.

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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Safety Glasses
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Pros : excellent glasses for being around glass cutting. would order them again if something happens to my pair.
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4 out of 5 stars
  •   nice fit
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Pros : These glasses have a nice snug fit. No way for flying pieces of glass to get to your eyes.
Cons : I usually wear my regular glasses under my safety glasses and these are too snug to allow this.
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