Hellfire Glasses - $13.99 DSRP


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Protect your eyes with the fiery flair of these protective glasses.

STIHL Hellfire protective glasses – our original design with a twist. Introducing a new multi-colored frame that adds style to everyday protection. An integrated rubber nosepiece and reduced-slippage temples are molded into the frame for maximum comfort.
Print Spec Sheets
Hellfire Glasses Specifications
Silver Mirror
FRAME COLORS Orange w/Black
Important Information
Note: Goggles or protective glasses meeting ANSI Standard Z87.1 must be worn under face screen and shield for primary eye protection.
WARNING! Improper use of any power tool may cause serious or fatal injury. Read, understand and follow carefully the operating and safety instructions in your instruction manual before using such products.

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Hellfire Glasses is rated 2.2 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Breaks in the middle After limited use two pair of glasses I owned broke right down the middle. this does not seem to be appropriate for safety glasses. There was no unusual wear or tear.
Date published: 2013-03-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from These are not safety glasses. There just cool looking sunglasses. After only owning these glasses for a week they broke right down the middle. Something that would break this easy when I was just putting them on could not be considered safety glasses. I don't believe they would protect your eyes from any impact of any kind. They do block out the sun well but do not protect from impact. I would not recommend these to be used as safety glasses as a alternative for real safety glasses.
Date published: 2013-01-25
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