SparkFun Safety Glasses

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Always, always, always wear eye protection while soldering. This is a golden rule we all know but sometimes overlook. Luckily, with these SparkFun Safety Glasses you'll have a pair of lightweight, economical, and stylish lenses to protect your precious peepers.

Each pair of these safety glasses removes the SparkFun Geek logo from the lens and adds a single SparkFun flame to the left temple arm. We use these for eye protection in our production lines and classrooms here at SparkFun HQ!

  • Just look at them, they're glorious.
  • UV 400
  • Meets CE standard 1836

SparkFun Safety Glasses Product Help and Resources

How to Solder: Through-Hole Soldering

September 19, 2013

This tutorial covers everything you need to know about through-hole soldering.


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  • MySpleen / about 10 years ago / 2

    TJ looks like he's looking at a project involving a bright blue laser in a dark room and wondering either why it doesn't work or how can he hack it

  • Member #225578 / about 12 years ago / 2

    Any chance of getting these in the style that lets you wear eyglasses under them? I use the slightly adjustable eyeglass compatible style safety goggles at work every day and would love to have them with the logo.

  • farrukh / about 12 years ago / 2

    Datasheet please :P

  • LexanPanda / about 12 years ago / 2

    How difficult is it to wear these and prescription glasses at the same time?

    • About as difficult as it is to wear two pairs of glasses at the same time. Not impossible, but not really comfortable.

  • Member #196941 / about 12 years ago / 1

    The pictures show 2 different models of glasses. Which one is it?

  • what do you mean ruin them? it just makes them more awesome!

  • JayKominek / about 12 years ago / 1

    are they Z87.1?

    • They do not have a specific ANSI specification, so the short answer is 'no'.

      • dattaway2 / about 12 years ago / 1

        hmm...I have a pair just like these still in the bag and labeled ANSI Z87.1. It's branded as Zenon Z12.

      • Kenta / about 12 years ago / 1

        This answer greatly saddens me. I wanted to be able to wear these in class.

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Great Value for the Price!

These are very good glasses. No distortion. I would recommend them.

Cool safety glasses!

Very clear and comfortable!

Good glasses

Good glasses