Edge Safety Eyewear: High Technology Meets High Styling

With Edge Eyewear, You Get What You Pay For

 

It’s an old expression, isn’t it?  “You get what you pay for.”  It can be used to imply that when you buy cheap stuff, you get poor quality.  But it can also be used to mean just the opposite.  Usually, when you pay more, you get more.  There is sound reasoning behind this idea.  It costs more to design and manufacture a high-quality product, and those costs have to be passed along to the consumer in the form of higher prices.  But a smart, well-informed consumer knows that, in the long run, you’ll be better off paying a little more up front to get a high-quality product that will perform at a high level, and will continue to do so for many years.  High quality is a good investment.

Dakura Camouflage Safety Glasses with Polarized Copper Driving Lenses

Dakura Camouflage Safety Glasses with Polarized Copper Driving Lenses

Unique Features of Edge Eyewear

All Edge Safety Glasses share the same great features: straight temples that don’t pinch, fog-resistant and scratch-resistant polycarbonate lenses that block 99.9% of harmful UVA, UVB and UVC rays, and wraparound frames made of a flexible and durable TR90/Nylon compound.  The temple tips and nose pads are covered with TPR, a material that actually increases its grip as it becomes moist or warm, so your safety glasses won’t slide off your nose under hot, sweaty conditions

Eye Protection.

The people at Edge Eyewear are dedicated to creating safety eyewear of the very highest quality possible.  Of course, all Edge Safety Glasses are compliant with the ANSI Z87.1+2010 standards, but they also meet U.S. Military Eyewear Ballistic Impact Resistance Requirements (MIL-PRF 31013 clause 3.5.1.1, MIL-V-43511 clause 3.5.10.)

Brazeau Safety Glasses with Polarized Gradient Lenses

Brazeau Safety Glasses with Polarized Gradient Lenses

Did you just glaze over at all the military legalese?  Yeah, me too.  But here’s what it means.  It means that you can shoot a ¼” diameter steel ball, travelling at 660 feet per second, at a pair of Edge Safety Glasses, and the steel ball will not penetrate the eyewear and hit a person in the eye.  The frame will remain intact, and the safety lenses will remain unbroken and firmly retained in the frame.  That’s pretty convincing evidence that Edge Safety Eyewear will protect your eyes.  And you can believe it, because all Edge Eyewear is tested by independent, ANSI-accredited laboratories.

But that’s just the beginning of the story.  Edge has engineered their lenses to far exceed ANSI standards for definition clarity, effectively creating “high-definition” lenses in every pair of safety glasses they make.  In fact, Edge lenses offer twice the resolution of ordinary safety lenses, and the result is clearer vision and the capability of seeing much finer detail.

Kirova Safety Glasses with Blue Mirror Lenses

Kirova Safety Glasses with Blue Mirror Lenses

The Manipulation of Light

Let’s talk about lenses.  Edge offers a choice of high-tech lenses that is unrivaled in the industry.  Polarized lenses that eliminate glare.  Silver mirror lenses that reflect more light, ideal for bright-light conditions.  Lenses with an anti-fog coating that truly repels fog and steam – moisture literally rolls off the lens, maintaining clear vision at all times.

But how about Edge’s Blue Light Filter Lens?  It turns out that blue light has a shorter wave length than other light, and when it enters your eye, it focuses too far in front of your retina, causing a blue blur that reduces sharpness of focus and causes eyestrain.  But this lens filters out the right amount of blue light, resulting in brighter, sharper vision and greater depth perception –  a first for safety glasses.

Kazbek XL Safety Glasses with Polarized G-15 Silver Mirror Lenses

Kazbek XL Safety Glasses with Polarized G-15 Silver Mirror Lenses

Here’s another fantastic high-tech lens offered by Edge – the G-15 Lens, first engineered by the U.S. Air Force.  The G-15 lens maximizes the transmission of green and yellow light.  The result: contrast and image definition are boosted, even in low-light conditions.  The G-15 lens also creates a noticeable cooling sensation on the eyes for greater comfort.  Edge Eyewear was the first company ever to offer a G-15 lens in safety eyewear.

Here’s one more lens from Edge that manipulates the transmission of light – the Aqua Precision Lens.  The Aqua Precision coating was first developed by NASA for astronaut helmet visors and spacecraft windows.

Khor Safety Glasses with Aqua Precision Red Mirror Lenses

Khor Safety Glasses with Aqua Precision Red Mirror Lenses

The Aqua Precision lens effectively blocks the transmission of infrared light while greatly reducing excess blue and red light at opposite ends of the spectrum.  The result is greater contrast and clarity, especially in the brightest light conditions.  Hey, astronaut helmet visors!  Pretty cool, huh?  And again, Edge Eyewear was the first company ever to offer the Aqua Precision lens coating.

For an even greater in-depth look at Edge Eyewear Advanced Technology, Click Here.

Styling

But all this technology would be meaningless without great styling.  People care about how they look, and if the glasses are ugly or out of style, few people will wear them, regardless of how fantastic the technology is.  The folks at Edge Eyewear recognize this, and they have spent as much time and energy creating great-looking eyewear as they have on the science of light transmission.

 

Dakura Fire Series Safety Glasses with Smoke Lenses

Dakura Fire Series Safety Glasses with Smoke Lenses

I can’t begin to describe all the great styles in eyewear design available from Edge Eyewear here in this blog.  But I invite you to visit eSafetyStore.com to check out the Full Line of Fabulous Edge EyewearClick Here to go directly to the Edge Eyewear section of eSafetyStore.

Let’s Wrap This Up

So what are we talking about here?  We’re talking about the wisdom of a willingness to pay more to get the very best.  We’re talking about getting what you pay for.  Edge Eyewear may cost more than other brands, but what price do you put on your vision?  Is it smart to buy cheap safety glasses that will fail when you need them most, when your vision is threatened?  Or do you want to invest in eyewear that will protect your eyes in the most dangerous situations, eyewear that offers breakthrough technologies in lens science, eyewear that offers cutting-edge design in styling that will set you apart from ordinary workers, designs that will allow you to make a statement about who you are and what you believe in.

In the end, I guess that’s up to you.

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