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  • Safety Glasses

    I was reading the safety thread further down, when I thought of another irritation that Ridgid could fix. Not being young anymore, I use cheap reading glasses at work. These are not adequate as safety glasses, but you try finding safety glasses at +2! I can't be the only one that needs glasses that are also safety glasses. I'm sure if they were at the store, hanging next to ear plugs, the'd dissapear like dew in the morning!
    Greeting from a real hot Norway! RiR.

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    These are made by AO Safety and HD does carry them. They are usually by the safety stuff.

    Here's a link to what the glasses look like:

    http://www.aosafety.com/diy/eye_deta..._platform_id=8


    They are pretty popular and we go through quite a bit of them.

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      Safety Glasses

      If you can't find them locally, try Duluth Trading Post on the Internet. I'm pretty sure they have them available in all the diopters including 3 and 3-plus if I remember correctly. Hope this helps.
      Jim Don

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        Thanks Guy's, I'll take a print out to my tool shop, here in Norway, then the "Never heard of it" excuse, won't be on!

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          Prescription safety glasses

          Has anybody heard of a place I cna order prescription safety glasses that atre wrap around style

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          • #6
            http://www.rxsafetywear.com/Default.asp?sAffiliateUnq=3
            Try this place.
            Jeff

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