|Protective Glasses-Interchangeable Lens Type No.337
- Cutting, chipping, rock crushing, nailing, hammer milling, machine operation, carpentry, sawing operation etc., Cutting, chipping, rock crushing, nailing, hammer milling, machine operation, carpentry, sawing operation etc.
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7 Customer Reviews
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On 2015-11-23 18:18:38
Although it feels cheaper than the same product number of commercially available Yamamoto Optics, it seems that there is durability due to similar scratches
On 2015-04-16 14:42:14
We continue to use it.
Used for cutting work such as grinder.
On 2014-12-12 14:24:21
Regarding transparency, it is perfect. It is safe because we have not received reports that safety has also been confirmed as garbage in our eyes. Depending on the application, it is indeed thought as a scratched expendable item, but if this price, I think that it may be changed frequently.
When wearing glasses and riding a bicycle in strong wind
On 2014-02-07 09:56:00
Although it is a wearer of spectacles, dry air and dust get caught from the side, and it may hurt so much that eyes could not be opened. Also the winter air is dry. If you ride a bicycle for a long time, dust will soar and rush into the face with a strong wind. In such a case, it is usually sports sunglasses, but if you wear glasses you can not double it. Here's what I found out. With eaves attached, the entrainment is small from the side and the field of view is wide, so the bicycle at high wind is comfortable and safe.
On 2010-11-18 15:45:25
When engaging in work in the factory
On 2007-11-02 08:59:50
Another commodity used before was hard to get scratched. A thick nose pad? Some people say that parts of society go into sight and become cranky.
Ordinary lathe operation
On 2007-10-29 19:46:29
Others have broken the "hinge" of crane and lens attachment in about a month, but it has been used for half a year and has not been broken so far. Just happening to last long?
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