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 Post subject: Safety Glasses (Pics)
PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 5:52 pm 
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While ordering some supplies from Woodcraft earlier this week I noticed that they are carrying safety glasses that have a magnifier lens on the bottom and are clear on the top.

Now I don't need glasses that is unless I want to see something close-up...... so I thought that I would give them a try.

My box from Woodcraft just arrived, 2 days after I ordered my stuff on-line and let me tell you these safety glasses are excellent. And they only cost $6.00 too!

They are comfortable, the lens's are very clear, as described the upper part of the lens is crystal clear, and did I mention that they are only $6.00..... :D Mine came with a 2X magnifier which is right for me but other levels of magnification are available.

If you need magnification to read or see things close-up like I do this is an excellent solution AND they can save your eyes too.

Highly recommended!

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 6:02 pm 
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Hesh, what kind of dog do you have? Is it hypoallergenic? laughing6-hehe

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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 6:09 pm 
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Ricardo wrote:
Hesh, what kind of dog do you have? Is it hypoallergenic? laughing6-hehe


Yes! :D How did you know Rich my friend....... :D

Sony, named when I worked for GE......, is a Yorkie and Yorkies are considered hypoallergenic since they don't shed (much) and the dander level is below the sensitivities of most folks.

He loves spruce shavings BTW...... :D


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