Protect your eyes, protect your image


EYRES modular 803 Transformer combines the philosophy of style, durability, ingenuity and safety.

As with other EYRES modular models, the 803 Transformer has been inspired by active lifestyles to maximise the visual experience.

The 803 Transformer is certified to AS/NZS1337.1:2010 medium impact (Eye and Face Protectors for Occupational Applications).

The modular system can be adapted to any environment, whether at work or at play.

EYRES modular 803 Transformer has a set of related components that allow the ability to:

  • Switch lens types from non-prescription to prescription without compromising protection
  • Change lens tints to suit lighting conditions 
  • Convert into low profile goggles by adding a strap and ventilated face foam and
  • Contain it all in a handy protective hard case. 

Key 803 Transformer accessories are available à la carte, or in a value-added accessory bundle.

The 803 Occupational Pack includes frame, clear and grey lenses, ventilated face foam, strap and case. Optional lenses include Polarised Grey and Transitions 6 lenses.

EYRES Safety Optics
Ph: 1300 663 209

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