Oakley Radiation Safety Glasses by Phillips Safety Products come standard with .75mm Pb Schott SF-6 Leaded Lenses. Oakley offers the newest design, comfort, and frame materials technology in all their sunglass and eyeglass products. Oakley lead glasses are available in non-prescription lenses, or you can customize them with prescription lenses.
All our lead lenses can come standard, or you can add our Permanent Anti Fog coating or our Anti Reflective Coating, whatever works best for your application. If you are a doctor, nurse, or technician working in an x-ray lab, cath lab, hospital, dental office, or anywhere needing radiation protection Oakley Leaded glasses would be a great option.
Oakley Lead Glasses Turbine$383.98 Select options
Oakley Lead Glasses Sylas$321.60 – $341.60 Select options
Oakley Lead Glasses Leadline$353.40 – $403.40 Select options
Oakley Lead Glasses Holbrook XL$362.80 – $392.80 Select options
Oakley Lead Glasses Holbrook$342.80 – $362.80 Select options
Oakley Lead Glasses Gascan$311.60 – $371.60 Select options
Setting the frames aside for a moment,
let’s focus on the lenses. All Oakley anti
radiation glasses are equipped with the best radiation protection lenses there are. Called SF-6 Schott Glass, these lenses are distortion-free and feature 0.75 millimeters of lead equivalency.
In addition, these radiation-reducing lenses are CE approved and are available with prescription, if needed. With these German-made radiation filtering lead glass lenses you are assured that your eyes will be shielded from dangerous radiation.
HOW TO TELL IF YOUR GLASSES ARE RADIATION
To make sure the glasses you have are indeed lead radiation glasses, first buy them from a reliable source. Phillips Safety has been in the optical business for over 100 years, fully committed to equipping customers with safety eye gear that protects them in harsh environments. Our collection of radiation protection glasses provides guaranteed eye protection against radiation.
Another way to make sure is to take your pair of X ray glasses to an optician, who will be able to analyze and verify if they are glasses anti radiation. Finally, there is a hint that helps with indicating if what you have are radiation glasses: they are usually a little heavier than regular glasses. Nonetheless, lead glasses Oakley at Phillips Safety provide the perfect balance between weight, comfort, protection, and style.
HOW TO CLEAN YOUR OAKLEY RADIATION GLASSES
Properly cleaning your Oakley lead glasses is essential to maintain the lifetime of your radiation glasses. While using your Oakley lead glasses daily, they may get dirty in a variety of ways, so it is important to know how to clean your Oakley lead radiation glasses.
Oakley radiation safety lead glasses are amazing because of their special lenses, and cleaning them the wrong way can permanently damage your radiation glasses and compromise your safety.
The first step to prolonging the life of your Oakley lead glasses is monitoring them for dirtiness and damage. If your Radiation reducing lenses are dirty, it can impact your vision. It is important to check your radiation glasses lens every day to ensure they have not become too dirty.
KEEP YOUR OAKLEY LEAD GLASSES CLEAN
ALWAYS CARRY A
The microfiber cloth will be gentle on your glasses and will prevent them from getting scratched.
HAVE A CLEANING SOLUTION
The cleaning solution is to clean and disinfect your Oakley lead glasses with, wiping away dirt and debris.
USE LUKEWARM WATER TO CLEAN
YOUR OAKLEY LEAD GLASSES
Submerge your Oakley glasses under running temperature room water and add non abrasive dish soap. Let it dry.
WHAT IS THE OAKLEY RADIATION GLASSES LENS PROTECTION?
Oakley radiation glasses provide eye protection against radiation through their distortion-free SF-6 Schott Glass radiation-reducing lenses with 0.75 millimeters of lead equivalency.
WHERE TO WEAR OAKLEY RADIATION GLASSES?
Oakley radiation glasses are worn in a variety of contexts, most related to the medical field. For protection against radiation, lead glasses are worn in hospitals, operating theaters, medical imaging, radiology laboratories, catheter labs, dental and veterinary facilities. In those contexts, radiation glasses act as x-ray protection shields for your eyes.
HOW MUCH DO OAKLEY LEADED GLASSES COST?
Our goal at Phillips Safety is to provide customers with radiation glasses that provide the highest protection against x-ray. That being said, our Oakley leaded glasses range from $311.60 to $403.40, with many options to choose from. Added features such as prescription and lens coatings can bring up the price of your safety glasses. However, these features are provided at the best price in the market.
DO OAKLEY LEAD GLASSES MEET SAFETY STANDARDS?
Yes, they do. All the lenses of our Oakley lead glasses meet rigorous safety standards, featuring CE certification
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO GET OAKLEY RADIATION GLASSES FROM PHILLIPS SAFETY?
The shipping of Oakley lead glasses usually takes between 3 and 5 business days. Prescription orders from Phillips Safety take between 7 and 10 business days to be completed and shipped. This is the same for all prescription safety glasses. For more information about estimated delivery times, please contact us on our chat, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 1-866-575-1307. Phillips Safety is committed to getting your order out quickly and efficiently while doing proper quality control.
DO OAKLEY LEAD GLASSES COME WITH A CASE?
Yes, they do. All Oakley radiation glasses at Phillips Safety come with a case for their protection.
HOW TO CHOOSE OAKLEY LEAD GLASSES?
To choose the right Oakley lead glasses for you, first you need to check the lead equivalency of the lens of the anti radiation eyewear. The standard of the industry for lead equivalency of radiation glasses is 0.75 mm PbEq. At Phillips Safety, you can check that information in the description of each product or on the “Protection Level” attribute under the “Product Information” tab.
WHERE TO BUY OAKLEY LEADED GLASSES?
The best and easiest way to buy Oakley leaded glasses is online. Companies like Phillips Safety are dedicated to providing the best lead safety glasses at affordable prices and quick delivery.