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Bullhead Swordfish Safety Glasses with Matte Black Frame and Photochromic Smoke Lens

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SKU:
BH10613
UPC:
810292021788
MPN:
BH10613

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  • Bullhead Swordfish Safety Glasses with Matte Black Frame and Photochromic Smoke Lens BH10613
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Price: $42.89
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Description

Features:

  • Light Transmission = 10% when fully darkened; 83% in natural state
  • Super sport lightweight frame
  • 8-base curve lenses for maximum protection and 100% visual acuity
  • Soft TPR adjustable nose piece
  • Fits a variety of face shapes
  • Filters out 99% of dangerous UV light up to 400 nanometers

Lenses:

  • Photochromic Smoke: Lenses chemically react to UV rays and change to smoke (10%) when outdoors or with exposure to UV light, then transition back to clear (83%) when indoors. Good for indoor and outdoor applications.

Compliance:

  • Meets ANSI Z87.1 High Impact Requirements
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Additional Information

LENS COLOR:
Gray
CERTIFICATIONS:
ANSI Z87.1
LENS FEATURES:
Photochromic
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8 Reviews

  • 5
    Excellent Glasses

    Posted by Hugh on Mar 17th 2021

    These are my go to safety glasses. Over the past several years, these are the only safety glasses I wear. A pair at home a pair in my personal truck, and a pair in my work truck.

  • 5
    Bullhead Swordfish Safety Glasses with Matte Black Frame and Photochromic Smoke Lens

    Posted by Unknown on Nov 28th 2018

    good

  • 1
    Do not buy

    Posted by Turbo on Aug 22nd 2018

    Zero change in the lense tent. Crystal clear in doors and out.

  • 5
    Bullhead Swordfish Safety Glasses with Matte Black Frame and Photochromic Smoke Lens

    Posted by Hugh on Nov 23rd 2016

    Perfect product for job

  • 1
    do not work

    Posted by objen on Jul 23rd 2016

    lenses do not change. stay the same shade indoors to outdoors.

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