Honeywell's Uvex Instinct safety eyewear is made to deliver longer anti-fog protection and scratch resistance

Honeywell's Uvex Instinct safety eyewear is designed to combine military-grade impact resistance, market-leading lens coatings and premium adjustability to protect workers in a variety of environments. The glasses are built to meet the U.S. military ballistic impact resistance requirement for eyewear, while advanced anti-fog and anti-scratch lens coatings are made to extend visibility and lens life. The eyewear’s lightweight design is produced to include a variety of comfort features and adjustments to ensure a secure fit.

The new eyewear is constructed to be certified to meet not only the ANSI Z87.1-2010 and CSA Z94.3 standards for impact protection, but also MIL-PRF-31013, CLAUSE Uvex Instinct lenses are available with Uvextreme Plus anti-fog coating made to deliver longer anti-fog protection and scratch resistance in hot, humid and dirty environments. Lenses are also available with advanced Supra-Dura anti-scratch coating, made to extend lens life in rugged, high-particulate environments. With seven available lens tints – Clear, Gray, Amber, Blue Mirror, SCT-Reflect 50, SCT-Gray and SCT- Low IR – Uvex Instinct is designed to meet the needs of nearly any lighting application.

The eyewear’s dual seven-base wraparound design is built to include peripheral vision, while ratcheting temples are made to adjust lens inclination up to 15 degrees for a customized fit. The browguard is produced to diffuse and deflect impact energy, while fingers on the nosepiece minimize slippage. Curved temples are made to provide a secure fit with minimal tension around the ears while padded temple tips are designed to cushion the delicate areas above and behind the ear.

Uvex Instinct Safety Eyewear
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