We offer our clients a full range of Prescription and Non-Prescription Safety eyewear compliant with EN 166 regulation.
Eyesight is precious and one should do everything possible to protect the quality of eyesight you currently enjoy.
Injuries to eyes can occur during activities like working around the home, cleaning
or while playing sports. In most cases of injury, people report not properly
protecting their eyes. Taking proper precautions such as wearing goggles or
safety glasses with side shields can help prevent eye injuries.
Work and Home Safety
The two most common
places for eye injuries to happen is at home and work. Often, people in
industrial settings are susceptible to projectiles that can injure the eye. And
at home, many household cleaners can cause injury to the eyes – in addition to
various home improvement projects that have a potential for danger. If you’re
working on a project that can cause harm to your eyes, make sure you have
proper protective eyewear.
Wearing the correct protective eyewear will
help to prevent 90% of eye injuries. Safety eyewear come with tints to minimize
glare, making it easier to see certain colours (like yellow tennis
balls), and lenses that have high impact resistance
Choose the correct Protective Eyewear
Shield your eyes in areas where
there is the slightest chance of eye injury. Anyone passing through those
areas should also wear protection.
Let us help you select the correct safety eyewear against Dust , Chemicals , UV radiation , imact
EN 166 - Safety Eyewear Markings
(SINGLE VISION OR MULTIFOCAL) AND RECEIVE THE FRAME
1. CHOOSE YOUR SAFETY FRAME STYLE
2. SELECT THE TYPE OF PROTECTION REQUIRED
3. FINAL OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION AND OPTICAL CENTRATION MEASUREMENTS
YOUR TAILOR-MADE STYLE, YOUR PRESCRIPTION