Dorky or Dashing? Suave or Silly? The reality is that both are fine unless one description makes you less safe. I’m talking about Safety Glasses, of course! Remember the days of the horrible, yet functional safety glasses that you’ve seen? You know what I’m talking about. See any 1980’s science-based movie, and you’ve seen them. Huge, wrap-around, and functional, but just too embarrassingly ugly.
And the worst part is that if you were a guest anywhere that required safety gear, you noticed that all the staff had cool styles, and you got those big behemoths to wear. They did it because the stylish ones used to be expensive. NOT ANYMORE! You can get cutting-edge style with top-of-the-line protection for your most precious asset at safetygearpro.com!
Safety Glasses – why is a crafting inspiration site nagging the general public?
Gruesome, right? But I bet I have your attention now! I apologize for the graphic photos, but you MUST know the risks, and we’re sincerely hoping you’ll take this post to heart.
The reason for this product review was direct because of a mishap one of our Crafters had. This Crafter was dismantling pallets, and a shard of the hammer broke loose and embedded itself into their eye, cutting their eyelid too! They had to have emergency surgery, but that’s not the worst part! The first surgery was to stabilize the lid and eye – the surgeon couldn’t remove the object at the time, and the Crafter is facing a second surgery! The Crafter also admitted to having forgotten their safety glasses in the garage and didn’t bother going back for them. They asked us to spread the word, and we’re taking their request to heart. We at 1001pallets.com wish our dear Crafter a speedy recovery and hope that we hear updates!
Safety Glasses – Psh! I wear sunglasses!
Dear Crafters, sunglasses are NOT safety glasses. You can get safety glasses that are dark-tinted – so much so that you can weld in them – but your sexy, designer glasses aren’t enough to stop a cutting disc if it shatters and goes flying, or a shard of a hammer that whizzes at your eye. They won’t stop flying nails either. They’re designed for UV protection. Now I’m not saying you don’t need that too, but you can get it all and still rock a good look.
Safety Glasses – I can’t afford the “good ones!”
You can get safety glasses that are comfortable, stylish, and come in an array of colors and options for under 20 bucks! You can get them with various requirements to meet your job’s needs. They have men’s and women’s lines, and offer a variety of tints and even mirrored finishes.
Plus – and this is my favorite – you can get PRESCRIPTION SAFETY GLASSES FOR UNDER 50 BUCKS! It’s funny how we rationalize not spending money on safety glasses, but we’ll buy coffee every morning, and download games and other apps like crazy, isn’t it?
Safety Glasses – Why safetygearpro.com?
I always read a company’s mission statement and the statements on their front pages, and safetygearpro.com lives up to its hype. I received two pairs of regular, non-prescription glasses as a sample, and I was SHOCKED at the quality difference. First, they looked cool! Second, they fit WELL, at the temples and over the ears where hearing protection will sit. Third, the lenses were ridiculously clear! I first thought they sent me samples of just the frames and put a fingerprint on one immediately. Then, I realized that they simply use a better quality lens product, and they’re polished to a higher level than the cheap glasses. I can’t wait to get a pair of Rx glasses because the big two discount eyewear sites don’t deal with true safety glasses. Safetygearpro.com does – and has a large variety of options! No more cheapie, uncomfortable glasses for me!
Safety Glasses – safetygearpro.com is more than safety glasses too!
By the way, they’re NOT just safety glasses. They’re a safety GEAR site! They’ve got all the good stuff and can outfit a Pallet Crafter with no problems. You can protect yourself top-to-bottom, front-to-back at their site and save money with high-quality products that’ll last a long time! Remember, you’re worth the investment in safety. We want all of you around for a very long time.
Heather Stiletto – Nurse, and pallet crafter.