Why should I buy Bifocal Safety Glasses?
Posted by BEN HARTSHORN
Are you currently contemplating buying a pair of Bifocal Safety Glasses? Are you torn between sticking to your readers and over goggles or investing in something new? Do you want to find out more about these specific Safety Glasses before popping a pair in your basket?
Well, if any of these questions are cropping up in your mind, we can assure you that you have most certainly come to the right place, as we strive towards answering any questions and queries you may have. In this informative blog post, we explain what Bifocal Safety Glasses are, what situations they would be used in and what benefits they offer to those wearing them.
If you are new to our site and have not read any of our previous Bifocal Safety Glasses blog posts; and would like to get acquainted with us, our brand; and our knowledge of Bifocal Safety Glasses, why not check out our initial Bifocal Safety Glasses blog posts! If you would much rather stay on one page and find out all you need to know about these smart Safety Glasses then keep on reading as we explain the key features and factors of Bifocal Safety Glasses prior to expanding on why you should buy a pair!
What are Bifocal Safety Glasses?
Bifocal Safety Glasses are perfect for those who require the use of Safety Glasses as well as the simultaneous use of reading glasses; and this is exactly why this particular Protective Eyewear is often referred to as ‘Safety Glasses with readers’. These insanely cool Safety Glasses have impacted rated safety lenses with magnifiers moulded directly into them, which means you can protect your eyes from hazards such as sharp debris while promoting impeccable vision.
You can buy Bifocal Safety Glasses in a range of different strengths (this is referred to as dioptres), so you can pick the perfect strength for you in relation to the strength of your eyesight and the help required. The dioptres range from 1.00 to 3.00, so depending on what suits your eyesight most, you can expect these useful and smart lenses to help you see objects in greater clarity both up close and further away, (within 18 inches from your eyes).
Most Bifocal Safety Glasses are ANSI Z87+ certified; which means they will have endured rigorous testing so you can place your trust in their ability to protect your eyes. This standard protects you, the customer, as glasses with this rating will block 99.9% of UV rays and will be tested against high velocity impact. Overall this means that your Safety Eyewear can stand the test of time and impact in a wide range of environments.
Following on from this, it is also worthwhile to acknowledge that Bifocal Safety Glasses do not just come in clear lens form, rather you are spoilt for choice as you can opt for a pair more suited to your working environment, such as smoke-tinted lenses which are great for combatting and dimming bright light conditions.
Ok, I now know what Bifocal Safety Glasses are but what are their benefits and why should I buy them?
Bifocal Safety Glasses offer a number of benefits to those wearing them; not only do they protect your eyes and promote insane comfort, they can enhance your clarity, deem convenient and are completely cost efficient! The magnifiers moulded directly into them can enhance your vision which will allow you to focus on the task in hand; and their lightweight design means that they are extremely convenient to carry and wear! Buying Bifocal Safety Glasses saves you time and money, as you no longer need to invest in a pair of Safety Glasses/Goggles and a pair of Readers; as you can enjoy the benefits of both and the drawbacks of neither when you invest in a pair of Bifocal Safety Glasses.
Bifocal Safety Glasses are worn by a magnitude of people in a range of different industries, from Doctors, to Dentists, to Architects, to Surveyors, to a long list of professionals in many more fields. Below we have compiled a list of jobs that we believe would benefit from the use of Bifocal Safety Glasses! This list is by no means comprehensive; so if your job role does not show up please do not assume that Bifocal Safety Glasses would not be of benefit to you! They could still deem extremely helpful!
Job roles that could benefit from the use of Bifocal Safety Glasses:
- Surgeons & Physicians
- Specialist Therapists
- Nurse & Nursing roles
- Clinical Laboratory Technician
- Veterinarian assistant
- Medical Equipment Preparer
- Plastic Surgeons
- Civil Engineer
- Construction Manager
- Construction roles
- Carpentry roles
- Building Roles
- Quantity Surveyor
- Structural Engineer
- Architectural Technician
- Plant Technician
- Contracts Manager
- Demolition Operative
- Plant Mechanic
- Plant Operator
- Hairdresser/ Hair colourist/ Hair stylist
- Beauty Therapist- Eyebrow & Eyelash Technician
- Body Piercer
- Farming roles
- Agricultural Engineer
- Agricultural Inspector
- Conservation Planner
- Fishery Manager
- Forest Firefighter
- Forest Health Specialists.
What features should I look for when buying a pair of Bifocal Safety Glasses?
First of all, it is really important for you to find out what dioptre it is that you require, this will mean that you get the right strength for you and your eyesight. It is also vital that you find a pair that are rated to ANSI Z87+ standards, this way you can protect your eyes from impact and up to 99.9% of UV rays. You should look for a high quality pair that boast features such as strong and secure legs and wrap around lenses, which means that they will be both secure and comfortable. Last but certainly not least, we would highly recommend taking the time to consider what lens colour would benefit your working environment the most.
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We hope you have enjoyed reading this post; and we hope that you are well on your way to selecting a suitable pair of Bifocal Safety Glasses. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to get in touch with the ToolFreak Team, we are always happy to help, please leave a comment below or head over to our ‘contact us’ section!
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The ToolFreak Team!