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Strobe Safety Glasses

Whether you are an amateur photographer or a professional, strobe safety glasses can be a useful tool. They are affordable, light and come with UV-A/UV-C protection. You can get them in different colors and designs to match your personality.

Whether you are in the market for a pair of work wear or on the prowl for a pair of night time shades, you are bound to come across a pair of lightweight strobe safety glasses. While these ain’t cheap, they do the trick while being lightweight and durable enough to withstand the rigors of modern day workplaces. You can choose from a large variety of styles and designs, and while you’re at it, why not pick up a pair of Strobe hats and visors. While it’s not for everyone, a pair of Strobe hats or visors will keep your eyes and neck safe from harm while you’re out on the town. Hopefully, you won’t have to use them on a daily basis, but if you do, you’ll be happy to know that they’re not the cheapo that they might appear to be.

While you’re at it, why not pick the top of the line Strobe hats or visors? These lightweight glasses are a breeze to put on and take off, and come with a variety of eyewear styles for every day of the week. You’ll also find that Strobe hats or visors are available in a variety of lens colors and prescription strength levels. This means you’ll never have to worry about squinting in a hot tub, or worse, in a pool.

Having the right eyewear at work is essential. It protects your eyes from damage and is an essential part of your personal protective equipment (PPE). A few safety glasses are worth considering, including polycarbonate, UV safety glasses, bifocals, and goggles. of the first things you should consider is the material used to make the lenses. The most common lens materials are acrylic and polycarbonate. Acrylic is cheap and provides decent optical clarity, but its scratch resistance is inferior to that of polycarbonate.

Polycarbonate lenses are lightweight and provide good impact resistance. However, its scratch resistance isn’t as strong as that of Phillips 202 safety glasses.

In the past, optical glass was the material of choice, but a new generation of safety glasses offers an affordable alternative. Polyurethane is a costly material, but its scratch resistance is excellent.

The most important feature to look for in safety glasses is comfort. Eyewear that is uncomfortable will be worn less often.
UV-A/UV-C rated

Purchasing UV-A/UV-C rated strobe safety glasses is important for individuals working in areas where they will be exposed to ultraviolet light. These glasses should be used in combination with other personal protective equipment. from Strobe Sport includes eye protection, skin protection, and long sleeves with no gap at the cuff.

UV-A and UV-B light may be useful in killing some bacteria and viruses, but it is ineffective against viruses such as the SARS-CoV-2 virus. UV-C, however, uses specific wavelengths of the ultraviolet spectrum to kill pathogens. UV-C can cause damage to the skin and eyes. However, these products have a high kill rate.

These glasses should be paired with a UV resistant face shield that will protect the wearer’s eyes. To ensure that your glasses are UV certified, purchase glasses that have a face shield stamped with the ANSI Z87.1-1989 UV certification.

These safety glasses feature a lightweight, low-profile frame, optically correct polycarbonate lenses, and superior impact protection. They are also ANSI Z87.1+ certified, meeting the highest impact standards.

Whether you are looking for an impact-rated pair of safety glasses or a pair that can be used for everyday use, the Strobe Style of safety glasses has everything you need. These glasses offer optically correct polycarbonate lenses and superior impact protection. The frames are lightweight and feature a small to medium fit. These glasses are available in a number of lens colors, including camo, and are also available with anti-fog lenses. These glasses are also impact-rated, meaning they can be used for construction or other industrial work. They also exceed UV-A, UV-B, and UV-C. These glasses offer protection against glare and UV light, so you can enjoy the outdoors even on a sunny day.

Strobe Sport
2737 E Arizona Biltmore Cir UNIT 28, Phoenix, AZ 85016
Phone: (707) 878-7623