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Uvex UVXS213 Lunettes de s-curit- Horizon, Cadre Noir, l'objectif clair de Hardcoat avec Flip-Up Shade 5.0 Hardcoat objectif
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- Uvex S213 Horizon Safety Eyewear, Black Frame, Clear Hardcoat Lens with Flip Up Shade 5.0 Hardcoat Lens
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These not only let me braze comfortably, but they fit well over my medium-sized prescription glasses. I can look directly at the flame, with the shades down, and not be blinded by it. These are not suited for arc welding, by the way. Arc welding is still much too bright, and it will require a face mask for protection; these just cannot deliver on that front.
I'm not sure whether or not this was done on purpose, but it works well; the shades can not only lay flat against the clear lens or 'lock' at a 90 degree angle, but it can hold at a 45 degree angle as well. I keep it at the 45 degrees when I'm starting up the flame or when doing a quick weld. The fact that I can simply flip up the shades makes it easier for me to inspect my work. And, in all honesty, they look good.
Since I work in a warehouse, these shades actually help me from being blinded by the midday sun on the occasions I have to go outside. While these work well as regular shades, I would recommend you take them off later in the day when the sun is setting, especially when you're driving. Not only will things get too dark later in the day, the dark green tint makes looking at green lights and street signs more difficult than need be. And these are not good enough for looking directly at the sun. Just throwing that out there; you need something darker.
One minor issue with them is that the sides of the solid black frame limit your field of vision. It's only a bit, but in a busy warehouse, with people and forklifts rushing by, those few degrees could get you into a lot of trouble. Just try and stay aware of your surroundings when wearing these and you should be fine.
I've only had them for a few weeks, so I can't really comment on the durability, but they do feel sturdy, and don't rattle when you move them around. Here's hoping they can take a hit.
Overall, I really like these glassed. they're everything I need, and then some