- Shade 5 Lens
- Available in diopter strengths +1.50, +2.00 and +2.50
- Stylish, ergonomic GS7 nylon frame combined with sleek 7 base polycarbonate lenses for the ultimate in protection and style
- Soft rubber nose pad with self-adjusting fingers for all day comfort
- 99.9% UV protection
- Magnified area is located in the lower inside area of the lens and has the appearance of a bifocal. The remainder of the lens is non-magnified.
Compliance: ANSI Z87.1-2010 certified.
*NOTE - Welding Safety Glasses and Goggles using Shade 5 filters or lighter are not intended for arc welding, which requires a darker lens found in Welding Helmets (OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.252 lists the minimum lens shade requirements for a variety of welding operations).
Welding protection with IR Green shades, Cobalt, or other very dark lenses is NOT to be worn while operating moving vehicles, bicycles or any such apparatus, particularly on the road, as these shades can significantly impair one's ability to see traffic signals adequately or accurately. "Welding protection" includes, but is not limited to: glasses, goggles, shields, masks, hoods and helmets. Safety Glasses USA, Inc. is not responsible for any damage or injury caused by such activity.
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Olympic 30-06 Bifocal Safety Glasses with Shade 5 Welding LensGeraldNovember 3, 2012I operate a cnc plasma cutter, needed help seeing monotor when my glasses were off works great.
Olympic 30-06 Bifocal Safety Glasses with Shade 5 Welding LensRon EaslerJune 18, 2012These cutting glasses are easy to use for plasma cutting. They are comfortable and the bifocals work great.
Olympic 30-06 Bifocal Safety Glasses with Shade 5 Welding LensDaveOctober 12, 2011This is a very dark lens which makes it hard to use as a pair of sunglasses. I had bought them for use on a motorcycle trip and found them to be too dark for the most part. Under a full sun they were just ok, but if the clouds came out, seeing became harder. I will use them while working in the yard.