Harpoon some stylish new safety glasses


Wearing eye protection is mandatory across a wide range of industrial sectors.

But unfortunately, some employees are unwilling to wear their eye protection at all times.

Often this is because the eyewear is often uncomfortable, poorly fitting, bulky or unattractive.

VISIONSafe has now introduced Harpoon optimum eye protection (ASNZS 1337 medium impact) in a comfortable, stylish safety spectacle.

With Harpoon there is no need for bulky side shields, as the lens area offers plenty of coverage.

The close fitting, supple arms sit close to the head for maximum comfort under a hard hat or ear muffs.

Hard-wearing, scratch resistant polycarbonate lenses offering 99 per cent UV protection are available as clear, smoke, amber, blue mirror and silver mirror.

Harpoon is a versatile safety spectacle, ideal for those in a physically demanding work environment.

Ph: 03 366 6602

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