Pentax V1000

Plastic Wrap Prescription Safety Eyeglasses Pentax V1000

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Product Description

The Pentax v-1000 is the perfect safety glass if you need a stylish frame design that is compliant with safety standards. The classic sporty look and incredible features make it a perfect fit for all kinds of professionals. If you love retro-futuristic frame design, Pentax v-1000 is for you.


Frame Information
RimFull Rim
Eye Size52, 61
Frame SizeL

Pentax Features:


·         Meet all safety standards

·         Soft nose pads

·         100% UV protection

·         Non-slip grip

·         Modern frame structure

·         Prescription ready

Why 3m V1000 Frame Considered Safe for Industrial Applications


What are safety glasses:

Safety glasses are kind of eyewear like 3m v1000 frames that are used to protect the eyes from peril things. There are numbers of types of safety glasses. Like sports and racing, the safety glasses are worn that can protect eyes from injuries because of trauma. However, for science, safety eyewear is worn for the safety of chemicals.


Why safety glasses are important:

Branded Safety glasses are important due to many reasons. By wearing them, they allow the wearer to handle hazard chemical without fear of eyes injuries. They are also true for biological matter. When they contact with infected materials, safety glasses protect them against infection. They are also helpful to protect eyes from physical shock. For instance, if an explosion happens at a lab, safety optical is the only thing that can protect eyes from seriously hurt.


When using safety glasses:

Safety eyewear frames with any lens types can wear any time to control the potentially hazardous chemical that is harmful to eyes. They have no limitation to wear. As you enter in your work area, you have to wear them instantly. You should wear without waiting for an accident. It can be difficult for you to remember that when you have to wear them. But it’s easy to wear them all the time during working time instead to wait for an emergency.


Difference between regular eyeglasses and safety glasses:

Safety glasses are made of strong material and are tested under high impact process than regular eyeglasses. A higher standard is applied for both frames and lenses. Because of size and durability, regular glasses cannot compete for ANSI safety glasses. Because safety spectacles are manufactured to meet strict criteria than regular eyeglasses.


What about sunglasses:

Many people think that sunglasses have dark lenses so they can use at the place of safety glasses. They have the wrong thought as sunglasses are not made by an industrial application. That’s why they are more dangerous to wear at workplaces than not wearing them at all. While darkness of lenses is caused by a wider pupil and are not intended to protect eyes from sudden shocks. 


Recommended test for safety glasses:

There are recommended tests for safety glasses.

  • Visual quality
  • Optical power
  • Bright transmission
  • Haze
  • Drop ball power resistance
  • Ignition
  • Quality of material
  • Least lens thickness
  • High mass effect
  • High-velocity impact
  • Eye dealing and filed of view
  • Inflammability
  • Penetration test
  • Field of vision

Protective eyewear can minimize eye injuries. For eyes protection, you have to keep in mind the prevailing environment. That can be responsible for such accidents you have to find ways to stop them. Eyes can be injured from anywhere and from any side. You have to handle the threats and minimize eye injuries. If you use prescription glasses, you can take prescription safety glasses or lenses with a safety frame at your work area.


To ensure your frames fit perfectly, you first have to determine which size frames are best for you. The best place to start is with the measurements on a pair you already own. You know those little numbers on the inside of its temple? That's what you're looking for. The frame measurements appear in the following order: lens width, bridge width, and temple length.

Frame Width

Frame Width

To find frame width, measure the front of the frame from screw to screw

Temple Length

Temple Length

Temple length is the measurement in millimeters of the ‘arms' of the frame. This measurement does not vary as much as the others, with 135mm, 140mm, 145mm, and 150mm being the most common options.

Lens Height and Width

Lens Height and Width

Lens height is the distance from the top of a lens to the bottom. Lens Width is the distance from the left side of a lens to the right side.

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