In today’s busy world, most people wear many hats. And each person’s hats are different from his neighbors. Shouldn’t it follow that we need different prescription lens options to suit the tasks of our many and varied hats? read more →
Many of the people who need safety glasses wear corrective eyeglasses. As such, their safety glasses will need to have the same prescription as their corrective eyeglasses. read more →
With spring moving towards us, it won’t be long before home improvement projects start. So no doubt somebody, somewhere in America, will be working with drywall. Although typically safe, working with the common, building material has the potential to cause eye injuries. In most circumstances, the injuries are a result of drywall dust.
Your vision has changed. It’s gotten worse and now you need thicker glasses to accommodate the new prescription. It happens to the best of us. So don’t be too disheartened. A lens’ thickness is generally determined by a handful of things, some of which may be altered to lighten the load and create a great pair of glass safety glasses.read more →
You’ve always loved your arts and crafts time but now, not so much. It’s getting harder to see when doing detail work and switching out those standard safety glasses for your not-so-safe prescription specs is a pain. It breaks your concentration not to mention isn’t very safe. So you think, “Are my crafting days behind me?read more →
The right material for your lenses will depend upon your prescription. Sunglasses & Designer Eyewear are completely different when choosing lens material than when you are selecting for Prescription safety glasses.read more →
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