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Prescription safety glasses are of high importance because they provide a strong protective barrier against dust, debris, sparks, heat, as well as manufacturing residue. Let’s take a look at some of the major advantages of wearing prescription safety eyeglasses.

Eye Protection for Industrial Workers

These glasses protect the eyes of workers from tiny particulates which can fly into the eyes, including powdered chemicals, and hazardous liquids and gases present in the manufacturing department of different industries.

Affordable and Impactful Safety Gear

These glasses are made of impact resistant plastic and industrial strength glass. Polycarbonate is the most impact-resistant and safe lens material used in the formation of these glasses.

Indoor and Outdoor Usage

Those workers who work both outdoors and indoors can benefit from a single pair of high-quality prescription safety glasses.

Immense Protection from Sports Injuries

Prescription safety glasses are best for those players who require safety gear as well prescription glasses for accurate vision.

Protection against Household Injuries

These glasses also provide protection against household injuries which can cause serious damage to the eyes.

Protection against Harmful Radiations

Prescription safety glasses are provided with a filter which changes through different intensities and spectra of light in order to prevent harmful radiations from entering the eyes while using the computer or watching TV.


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