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Bullhead Sawfish Safety Glasses with Tortoise Frame and Photochromic Polarized Anti-Fog Lens

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SKU:
BH26718PFT
UPC:
810033292149
MPN:
BH26718PFT

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  • Bullhead Sawfish Safety Glasses with Tortoise Frame and Photochromic Polarized Anti-Fog Lens BH26718PFT
  • Bullhead Sawfish Safety Glasses with Tortoise Frame and Photochromic Polarized Anti-Fog Lens BH26718PFT - Front View
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Description

Bullhead Sawfish is an ultra-light, full-frame design that boasts chiseled lines and sleek curvature. Featuring inset TPR on the nose bridge and temple ends, the Sawfish is truly adaptable to any environment.

Features:

  • Anti-Fog Lens
  • Dielectric - no metal parts
  • Full-frame design
  • 8-base curve lenses for maximum protection and 100% visual acuity
  • Tapered lens eliminates distortion
  • Ergonomic fit relieves pressure
  • Anti-scratch hardcoat treated lens
  • Filters out 99% of dangerous UVA/UVB/UVC light rays

Polarized lenses filter out bent light waves eliminating glare, eye fatigue, and decreasing reflection off surfaces such as water, sand, and snow.

Photochromic lenses darken when exposed to UV light (outdoors) and return to original tint when UV light is removed (indoors).

  • Light Transmittance: 35.4% to 16.9%

Measurements:

  • Frame Width: 132 mm
  • Temple Length: 123 mm
  • End of Tips Width: 102 mm

Compliance:

  • Meets ANSI Z87.1-2020 High-Impact Requirements
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Additional Information

LENS COLOR:
Gray
LENS FEATURES:
Anti-Fog
CERTIFICATIONS:
ANSI Z87.1
FRAME FEATURES:
Dielectric
LENS FEATURES:
Photochromic
LENS FEATURES:
Polarized
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1 Review

  • 3
    Nice glasses, but...

    The glasses fit well and are comfortable. I can wear them all day and if thats all they were, 5 stars. Ive had other brands of photochromatic glasses made by bomber and they fit horribly. The 3 stars is because these are supposed to be photochramatic, it says it in their name, yet it is the thing that they don't do. The bombers, as bad as they were actually functioned. If the the lenses adapted to light better easy 5 stars

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