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#62011 - 02/08/06 08:59 PM Trifocal Safety glasses  
elektrikguy  Offline
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Do they make OSHA approved trifocal safety glasses? I have a stubborn co-worker who needs trifocals but would rather not wear the set that fits over the glassed he has. If you have a link I would appreciate it.

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#62012 - 02/08/06 11:23 PM Re: Trifocal Safety glasses  
Helectric  Offline
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I don't know about trifocals but here's a link for bifocals.
http://www.safetyglassesusa.com/dewalt-reinforcer-rx.html


#62013 - 02/09/06 05:31 PM Re: Trifocal Safety glasses  
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All of the places that sell prescription glasses I've been to sell prescription safety glasses. They all could make bifocals and trifocals.



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