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Hello Yellow: Sperian’s latest safety eyewear

15-02-2011
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Sperian Protection, a leader in personal protective equipment, has added the bright new Sperian A700 Amber to its existing A700 Series of safety eyewear.

Featuring an amber colored scratch resistant hardcoat lens, the Sperian A700 Amber is designed to absorb blue and ultraviolet light associated with hazy light conditions such as dawn and dusk or even foggy days.

The Sperian A700 Amber transmits about 90 per cent of available light, significantly reducing the haze associated with blue light.

This means wearers experience clearer and brighter vision, with improved safety and vision protection.

The A700 Amber is engineered with a lightweight sporty wrap-around base lens design, universal nose bridge and soft temples.

It is ideal for workers seeking style and protection – at an economical price.

As well as the new amber hardcoat lens, the A700 Series is also available in clear and grey, hard-coat, with anti-fog lenses for both indoor and outdoor work applications.

Sperian Protection
Ph: 1300 139 166
www.sperian.com

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