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SoundVision Eye Protection Kit

FullPro Protective Gear - SoundVision Eye Protection Kit

The SoundVision Eye Protection Kit includes certified safety glasses with flexible straps that attach to earmuffs.

$20 (As of 5/1/2007)

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Editor's Review:

by Steve Scott

review date: May 1, 2007

New safety glasses from FullPro attach to the outside of earmuffs, allowing you to protect our vision and hearing without compromising the acoustic seal of the muffs, as you would with standard safety glasses. The SoundVision Eye Protection Kit includes a set of ANSI Z87.1+ certified safety glasses outfitted with flexible straps that attach to a pair of adhesive patches on the muffs. It takes a bit of adjusting, but the result is a secure fit for glasses and muffs. The kit ($20; www.fullpro.com) should work with any earmuff that has room for the patches.

Editor Test Results:

Manufacturer Specifications

Manufacturer FullPro Protective Gear
Manufacturer's Web Site www.fullpro.com
Manufacturer's Phone Number 888-873-8557

I have used SoundVision countless times over the past 4 years and have always been very satisfied. Great safety and so comfortable that I often forget they are on.

SoundVision works exactly as promised. No more pinching eyeglass arms into my temples, and far superior sound blocking to the conventional alternatives. What's even better is they're super fast to get on and off. My next purchase will be some darker lenses so I can quickly switch working environments from inside to outside.

I have been using the SoundVision eyewear for a few months now (power carving) and I love the comfort. I like the way they feel with the ear muffs in place. No more discomfort! Another thing that surprised me was that I thought the clear glasses were great, but then I tried the amber. What a difference when you need that extra edge in carving details! It is one piece of safety equipment you will never have to think about again.

I have used my SoundVision for 2 years for projects involving power tools. They have held up great and are much more comfortable than wearing glasses with ear protection. Great value.

I love SoundVision, but I'm the inventor so I am biased. The seal-breakage caused by regular safety glasses results in a 3-7 decibel decrease in noise attenuation. Also, the earmuffs press the arms/temples of the safety glasses into the the users skull, which is uncomfortable. SoundVision eliminates both of those problems. Our 30-day money-back guarantee means you can try SoundVision yourself with no risk.http://www.fullpro.com/products.phpThank you,Erik MikysaFullPro Founder & President

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