Bifocal Shooting Glasses – Various Colors

(2 customer reviews)

$22.90$22.99

Black
Pink
Tortoise
Clear
Description

Description

Fashionable safety glass with a built in cheater, for reading and close up work allowing user to wear one safety glass all the time.
Tired of not being able to see the signts or the small print on your ammo? The Entiat is a great solution, this fashionable glass can be used all day allowing the user to both see afar as well as small print up close without changing glasses. Give one of them a try today in the color and reading power of your choice.
Please choose the color and correct magnification power 1.50, 2.00, 2.50 or 3.00
  • NTOA (National Tactical Officers Association) approved
  • Mirror lenses have an invisible magnifying area (bifocal)
  • Exceed ANSI Z87.1+2010 standards
  • Feature optically correct, decentered, shatterproof, polycarbonate lenses to virtually eliminate distortion
  • Offer sharp peripheral vision, without any blind spots
  • Provide 100% UV400 protection from harmful UVA/UVB rays
  • Permanent durable anti-scratch hard coating.
  • Rubber Ear Pads
  • Fits Round or Narrow Faces.
  • 13-17% light transmission
  • Grey lens with a mirror coating
Additional information

Additional information

Weight .125 lbs
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Reviews (2)

2 reviews for Bifocal Shooting Glasses – Various Colors

  1. Nancy

    I haven’t used these on the range yet but I think they will be helpful when I am working with small objects or trying to read something. Excellent customer service. Thanks so much!

  2. Patty

    I ordered the pink glasses with 2X magnification. They are very cute but the magnified area is very very small. My bifocals have the reading area twice as big as these glasses. Even with them high up on your nose, you have to tilt your head back too far to focus on the sights, making it very uncomfortable. These are very good glasses to use as plain safety glasses for occasional reading use. They wrap around your face very tight, leaving no room for any brass to hit your eyes. The rubber padding on the temple’s earpiece pulls your hair! In my humble opinion,for shooting glasses, you need half of the glass for distance vision and the other half for magnification in order to keep your head in a level, comfortable position.

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