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Do yourself a favor and get a QUALITY pair of safety glasses, such as Dewalt(OSHA compliant ANSI Z87.1+). They're $9 but far less expensive than losing a god damn eye. OSHA safety regulations states that the glasses must be etched with ANSI Z87.1+ if they're compliant.

These Radians are standard price $1.xx all over the internet. Just google their model number

Lastly; here is the ISEA guide for choosing safety glasses based on your activity.

https://safetyequipment.org/wp-co...-tool1.pdf

"ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2015 requires markings on eye protection that directly relate to the ability of the eye protection device to defend against specific hazards. If the eye protection is ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2015 compliant, it will be marked (or etched) with Z87, must clearly indicate the manufacturer, and any additional markings to identify impact, dust, optical radiation, and splash protection. Splash marks are not applied to lenses – they are on frames only. Note: For some devices, markings may appear on the lens or the frames but not both"

To be compliant they must be labeled on the glass, which none of the pictures on any websites shows the glasses marked. This is a great way to lose an eye. The standards are super low as it is, do you really want the bottom of the barrel? Great way to lose an eye.

The Dewalts seal around the eye, for much better protection. They also have adjustable straps to make sure you have a good seal to your face, these do not.

You can get a better pair at walmart for the same price range. I used to buy cheap glasses all the time for going to the gun range with friends rather than paying the range fee, I'd throw a bunch of cheapos in my bag. They sell these in packs of 12 to 500 for a reason. Someone simply cracked open the pack and is selling them at a profit. These are junk just like the other $2 "safety" glasses.

Amazon has around 32 pairs of safety glasses for under $1.80 prime. There are plenty of better options out there, includinghttps://www.amazon.com/Gateway-Safety-16GB78-Scorpion-Adjustable/dp/B009YNX4YS/ $1.33 <- same specs, better rating, adjustable, and lanyard, ANSI Z87.1+ and CSA Z94.3 independently tested and certified. This is the same crap, available at this price all the time. Nothing special. Quit pushing junk to the front page.
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My point isn't that they didn't say they were rated, my point is the regulation states that the glasses themselves must be labeled if they are compliant to be considered compliant. These, and most in this price, do not.

My second point is that this isn't a deal. This is a standard price. There are tons of these exact same products and specs available at this price and better, from countless locations.

Some examples

https://www.amazon.com/s?i=tools&bbn=2681344011&rh=n%3A228013%2Cn%3A468240%2Cn%3A3180231%2Cn%3A48655... [amazon.com]


https://www.amazon.com/Gateway-Sa...009YNX4YS/ $1.35 <- same specs, better rating, adjustable, and lanyard, ANSI Z87.1+ and CSA Z94.3 independently tested and certified, yanno since spec sheets are all you care about.

Again, for the second time, this is not a deal, nor a slickdeal, or anything but 100% standard pricing on this product. Keep upvoting it if you'd like, but it's garbage for this website. I count 32 pairs of UV protection and Z87 compliant glasses shipped from Amazon for under $1.80 shipped.

Simply keep this crap off slickdeals rather than upvoting it to the front page because it's cheap standard priced crap.

Keep up the great work of fact checking everything but the price.


Oh look, price dropped 3 cents on the glasses I linked since I posted this. I better post it to the front page since it's now a historic low....:Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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Also

Radians PS0111ID Safety Glasses https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MCVUHUB/


Radians PS0190ID Safety Glasses https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M5DKN7H/

For $1.64
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Do yourself a favor and get a QUALITY pair of safety glasses, such as Dewalt(OSHA compliant ANSI Z87.1+). They're $9 but far less expensive than losing a god damn eye. OSHA safety regulations states that the glasses must be etched with ANSI Z87.1+ if they're compliant.

These Radians are standard price $1.xx all over the internet. Just google their model number

Lastly; here is the ISEA guide for choosing safety glasses based on your activity.

https://safetyequipment.org/wp-co...-tool1.pdf

"ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2015 requires markings on eye protection that directly relate to the ability of the eye protection device to defend against specific hazards. If the eye protection is ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2015 compliant, it will be marked (or etched) with Z87, must clearly indicate the manufacturer, and any additional markings to identify impact, dust, optical radiation, and splash protection. Splash marks are not applied to lenses – they are on frames only. Note: For some devices, markings may appear on the lens or the frames but not both"

To be compliant they must be labeled on the glass, which none of the pictures on any websites shows the glasses marked. This is a great way to lose an eye. The standards are super low as it is, do you really want the bottom of the barrel? Great way to lose an eye.

The Dewalts seal around the eye, for much better protection. They also have adjustable straps to make sure you have a good seal to your face, these do not.

You can get a better pair at walmart for the same price range. I used to buy cheap glasses all the time for going to the gun range with friends rather than paying the range fee, I'd throw a bunch of cheapos in my bag. They sell these in packs of 12 to 500 for a reason. Someone simply cracked open the pack and is selling them at a profit. These are junk just like the other $2 "safety" glasses.

Amazon has around 32 pairs of safety glasses for under $1.80 prime. There are plenty of better options out there, includinghttps://www.amazon.com/Gateway-Safety-16GB78-Scorpion-Adjustable/dp/B009YNX4YS/ $1.33 <- same specs, better rating, adjustable, and lanyard, ANSI Z87.1+ and CSA Z94.3 independently tested and certified. This is the same crap, available at this price all the time. Nothing special. Quit pushing junk to the front page.
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34 cent safety glasses 🤔
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For those who must wear corrective glasses, I highly recommend Uvex S0250X (Honeywell). They fit superbly well, are fully Z87, block 99.9% of UV, and come in multiple tints:
- clear
- smoke / dark gray, cuts light down to 15/5% and are fantastic for driving
- amber, blocks 99% of blue light and are fantastic for long hours working on computers or gaming where color does not matter as much.
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Grabbed a few, I wear these when mowing, they only last a few months so get several Smilie
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Need the clear ones but ships 1-3 months
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Do yourself a favor and get a QUALITY pair of safety glasses, such as Dewalt(OSHA compliant ANSI Z87.1+). They're $9 but far less expensive than losing a god damn eye. OSHA safety regulations states that the glasses must be etched with ANSI Z87.1+ if they're compliant.

These Radians are standard price $1.xx all over the internet. Just google their serial number.


Lastly; here is the ISEA guide for choosing safety glasses based on your activity.

https://safetyequipment.org/wp-co...-tool1.pdf

"ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2015 requires markings on eye protection that directly relate to the ability of the eye protection device to defend against specific hazards. If the eye protection is ANSI/ISEA Z87.1-2015 compliant, it will be marked (or etched) with Z87, must clearly indicate the manufacturer, and any additional markings to identify impact, dust, optical radiation, and splash protection. Splash marks are not applied to lenses – they are on frames only. Note: For some devices, markings may appear on the lens or the frames but not both"

Pretty sure they're not allowed to advertise these as compliant if they aren't etched on the glass, which none of the pictures on any websites shows the glasses marked. This is a great way to lose an eye.
Dude. Chill out. And if you think your overpriced dewalts are any better or safer, well, I won't say. These ARE Z87 compliant. They would not be sold as safety glasses if they were not. Research and Google are great together.

https://www.radians.com/radsite/i...ty-eyewear
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Dude. Chill out. And if you think your overpriced dewalts are any better or safer, well, I won't say. These ARE Z87 compliant. They would not be sold as safety glasses if they were not. Research and Google are great together.

https://www.radians.com/radsite/i...ty-eyewear
I gave the original poster of the long comment a thumbs up but you do appear to be right. Looks reputable and safe. I got a total of 10 pairs between the 3 colors. Not sure what difference is between the 2 clear ones. May actually be the same thing.

Ive been using the crossfire ones which have been working great. But at 1/4 of the price figured I'd get a bunch of these for when I lose/ step on them
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Dude. Chill out. And if you think your overpriced dewalts are any better or safer, well, I won't say. These ARE Z87 compliant. They would not be sold as safety glasses if they were not. Research and Google are great together.

https://www.radians.com/radsite/i...ty-eyewear
The irony in the the post you quoted is that Radians actually manufactures Dewalt products lol.

Radians is rather low tier quality, though. Good bang for the buck can be had around the $6 dollar range (good comfort, anti-fog/scratch lens). Search KCC 21303 (smoke) or 21302 (clear).

Source: Work for safety supplier.
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I gave the original poster of the long comment a thumbs up but you do appear to be right. Looks reputable and safe. I got a total of 10 pairs between the 3 colors. Not sure what difference is between the 2 clear ones. May actually be the same thing.

Ive been using the crossfire ones which have been working great. But at 1/4 of the price figured I'd get a bunch of these for when I lose/ step on them
The difference between the two clear pair is one has the anti-fog coating. The anti-fog version is a better deal if they're the same price.
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Dude. Chill out. And if you think your overpriced dewalts are any better or safer, well, I won't say. These ARE Z87 compliant. They would not be sold as safety glasses if they were not. Research and Google are great together.

https://www.radians.com/radsite/i...ty-eyewear [radians.com]
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I gave the original poster of the long comment a thumbs up but you do appear to be right. Looks reputable and safe. I got a total of 10 pairs between the 3 colors. Not sure what difference is between the 2 clear ones. May actually be the same thing.

Ive been using the crossfire ones which have been working great. But at 1/4 of the price figured I'd get a bunch of these for when I lose/ step on them
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The irony in the the post you quoted is that Radians actually manufactures Dewalt products lol.

Radians is rather low tier quality, though. Good bang for the buck can be had around the $6 dollar range (good comfort, anti-fog/scratch lens). Search KCC 21303 (smoke) or 21302 (clear).

Source: Work for safety supplier.
My point isn't that they didn't say they were rated, my point is the regulation states that the glasses themselves must be labeled if they are compliant to be considered compliant. These, and most in this price, do not.

My second point is that this isn't a deal. This is a standard price. There are tons of these exact same products and specs available at this price and better, from countless locations.

Some examples

https://www.amazon.com/s?i=tools&bbn=2681344011&rh=n%3A228013%2Cn%3A468240%2Cn%3A3180231%2Cn%3A48655... [amazon.com]


https://www.amazon.com/Gateway-Sa...009YNX4YS/ $1.35 <- same specs, better rating, adjustable, and lanyard, ANSI Z87.1+ and CSA Z94.3 independently tested and certified, yanno since spec sheets are all you care about.

Again, for the second time, this is not a deal, nor a slickdeal, or anything but 100% standard pricing on this product. Keep upvoting it if you'd like, but it's garbage for this website. I count 32 pairs of UV protection and Z87 compliant glasses shipped from Amazon for under $1.80 shipped.

Simply keep this crap off slickdeals rather than upvoting it to the front page because it's cheap standard priced crap.

Keep up the great work of fact checking everything but the price.


Oh look, price dropped 3 cents on the glasses I linked since I posted this. I better post it to the front page since it's now a historic low....:Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)
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