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FYI: These are NOT designed to fit over prescription glasses.
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Its been over a year for $2.99.
Its on my Amazon "my list".
Not even called slick anymore.
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Pandemic deal?
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If you want to be stylish, get the Dewalts. If you want to save money and forego the fancy yellow earpieces, buy the Radians for $1.77: https://www.amazon.com/Radians-MR...B000GULTI6
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If you want to be stylish, get the Dewalts. If you want to save money and forego the fancy yellow earpieces, buy the Radians for $1.77: https://www.amazon.com/Radians-MR...B000GULTI6
Radians are $1.32 if you like blue ones.
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Radians are $1.32 if you like blue ones.
Good point. Any idea what the purpose of the blue tint is?
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Can anyone recommend the "best" eye protection to use for woodworking? Are these sufficient, or is there something to spend a bit more on that are better protection?
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Good point. Any idea what the purpose of the blue tint is?
Easier to find when you misplace them?

$1.82 for mirror version of the Radians (Same mfg. as the DeWalt)
https://smile.amazon.com/Radians-...PANVG?th=1
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As is with clamps and 10mm wrenches, you can never have enough safety glasses.
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Can anyone recommend the "best" eye protection to use for woodworking? Are these sufficient, or is there something to spend a bit more on that are better protection?
There are full face force ventilated helmets that help a lot for sanding and lathe work. They're expensive.

My go to is a regular full face respirator with p100 or organic filters. I like it better then regular safety glass and half respirator, as that fogs instantly and still let's dust into my eyes.

I still have safety glasses, half resp, grinder shield, etc depending on the work.
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Get the Walmart heavy duty safety glasses for a buck. Good and cheap
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Can anyone recommend the "best" eye protection to use for woodworking? Are these sufficient, or is there something to spend a bit more on that are better protection?
For "best" eye protection, use a full helmet like the link below…or maybe encase your head in bullet proof glass.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B092427...UTF8&psc=1
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How are these compared to the $4.69 3M's?

https://smile.amazon.com/3M-10078...B0771HW9TS

Great price, but for a +/- $2 difference I would like to know if one is more comfortable than the other. I have the 3M's and they're very comfy, to the point where I forget I have them on at times (I don't wear glasses normally so this is impressive). However, after a recent incident where a sliver of aluminum embedding itself in the top corner of my eyelid despite having goggles on, I'm slightly leaning towards a pair with a bit more coverage...
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