It is estimated that there are 2.4 million eye injuries annually in the USA, among which 1 million take place at home but the fact is 90% of these injuries can be avoided by wearing safety eyewear. Clear safety glasses are a kind of safety eyewear without diopters. For indoor application, such as using powerful tools, visiting mechanical factories, doing some sawing or overhead work, clear safety glasses are ideal to use to protect your eyes form external harm like projectiles or dusts and offer you the maximum amount of visible light.
There are many brands of clear safety glasses available on the market. No doubt that clear safety glasses can offer you with the eye protection for indoor use and they are unusually light in weight. But are there other features of clear safety glasses? Here we will take one as an example to illustrate the features of this safety eyewear. The sleek and sporty Radians Rad-infinity clear safety glasses are elbowed with excellent safety to wear, as lenses are scratch-resistant so as to be still clear after several minor industrial accidents. Radians Rad-infinity clear safety glasses have a unique design that they have a hidden hinge, but interestingly, no one can see the line. Besides, this kind of safety eyewear is comfortable to wear owing to the no-slip rubber temple pads. And Radians Rad-infinit clear safety glasses are in strict compliance with ANSI Z87.1 + Standards. At the same time, this safety eyewear is able to offer 99.9% UV Protection.
For the best possible protection of your precious eyes, do not forget to use safety eyewear properly.
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