Bifocal Strengths "+2.00" and "+3.00" are currently on backorder.
Genesis Bifocal Safety Glasses offer the best in comfort, protection and style
as well as an extensive range of five magnification
strengths. These bifocal safety glasses are an excellent
choice for workers needing increased magnification for
close-up inspection, fine detail work and reading smaller
print. With the new bifocal safety glasses, the Genesis family continues to be a highly versatile line of safety eyewear that combines the simplicity of standardization with the ability to meet worker’s individual needs.
Uvex Genesis Bifocal Features:
- Ultra-Dura Anti-Scratch Coating
- Available in five diopter strengths from +1.00 to +3.00 magnifications
- Soft, flexible nasal fingers conform to a variety of facial profiles and minimize slippage
- Padded temple tips and cushioned browbar provide all-day comfort and diffuse and deflect impact energy
- Easy and economical lens replacement system allows for multiple lens tints and extends the life of the eyewear
- Lenses are interchangeable among models to reduce overall eyewear inventory and lower costs - Geneses Bifocal lenses can be used in the following frames: Genesis, Genesis XC and Genesis X2 models.
- Lenses offer 99.9% UV protection
- High impact protection certified to ANSI Z87.1-2010 (High
Impact) and CSA Z94.3.
Uvex Genesis Bifocal Safety Glasses with Gray Ultra-Dura LensgeorgeSeptember 3, 2012great sunglasses and has the bifolcals for reading. have them for riding my hd and when looking at the map, the bifolcal 1.50 are there. a must to have. i bought more after i showed them to fellow riders
Uvex Genesis Bifocal Safety Glasses with Gray Ultra-Dura LensMike AntonelliAugust 1, 2012These glasses are invaluable to someone like me with light sensative eyes needing to see things close up without wanting to use a clear lens.
Uvex Genesis Bifocal Safety Glasses with Gray Ultra-Dura LensBillJanuary 12, 2012Most everything I was hoping for. Pesonoally the bifocal is high, causing me to look down a bit in normal viewing not through the bifocal part. Otherwise it would be 5 star.