Phillips Model Q100 radiation protective glasses offer a stylish wrap-around and light weight frame with removable leaded side shields.
Distortion-free SF6HT Schott glass radiation-reducing front lenses with 0.75 mm Pb lead equivalency and 0.50 mm Pb lead equivalency lateral protection
Standard radiation lenses have a measured thickness of 2.4mm - 2.5mm. Prescription lenses will vary in thickness based on the individual user's prescription requirements.
High impact TR-90 nylon frames for durability and flexibility
Plastic frame incorporates a rectangular shape with single bridge
Extra protection leaded side shields are removable
The rubber coated temple bars offer a secure grip and the saddle bridge nose pad makes for a comfortable fit
Frame Dimensions - Bridge Size: 20 mm, Frame Width: 130 mm, Temple Size: 119 mm, Lens Width: 50 mm, Lens Height: 35 mm
Weight: 69 grams
CE 0598 Certified
Ships with case, adjustable strap, and microfiber pouch
Prescription Glasses: When ordering, please include a Pupillary distance on your Prescription
Sphere Limitation: -6.00/+3.00
Cylinder Limitation: ‹ +/-3.00
About this Brand
The Phillips family's deep roots in the optical business were planted over 115 years ago with producing glasses for Bausch & Lomb in 1905. With the creation of Phillips Safety Products in 2001, the company began to focus its extensive optical experience on occupational safety, specifically protecting the eyes of customers using X-ray and laser equipment for healthcare, education, and military purposes. As the company has grown, its experience safeguarding professionals working with X-rays has led to the creation of innovative radiation protection barriers that provide both radiation protection and patient visibility. Phillips' state-of-the-art computer numeric control (CNC) edging facility enables them to produce the highest quality products, ensuring accurate production of both spherical and aspheric lenses. With a wide range of both designer and affordable classic frames coupled with its capability to incorporate prescriptions in safety glasses, Phillips Safety stands apart for blending the best and most affordable styles with the necessary safety functions to keep your eyes protected.
Storage: Eyewear should be stored in clean and sanitary "ready for use" condition in an area away from dust, dirt and other contaminants. Storage at normal room temperature and low relative humidity is ideal.
Cleaning for Standard and Anti-Reflective Coated Lenses: Rinse all dirt, dust and particles from lenses by running under a stream of tepid water. Failure to rinse debris will eventually result in lens scratches that cannot be removed. Apply a small amount of water-diluted dish soap to lenses and gently rub over the entire surface. Rinse the lenses thoroughly under a stream of water, and wipe dry with a dry cloth. Always store dry, eyewear, face-up in a storage case to avoid scratches.
Cleaning for FOG FREE Lenses: Always use a microfiber cloth to clean and dry lenses, and never rub lenses hard. Be Gentle with your lenses. Use a combination of 4 parts alcohol to 1 part water to clean lenses with a microfiber cloth. Thoroughly dry with a microfiber cloth. After cleaning, the strength of the fog free coating will be temporarily weakened. For best results, clean the glasses at the end of the day and leave them in an open, dry area outside of a storage case for several hours/overnight so that the coating can dry completely. Do not use ammonia or chlorine as a cleaner. Do not rinse or submerge lenses in water. Coating performance will be permanently affected if the above instructions are not followed. Always store dry, eyewear, face-up in a storage case to avoid scratches.
Maintenance: Examine eyewear frequently. If lenses become pitted, chipped or in other ways damaged cease use immediately. End user maintenance should be limited to tightening of hinge screws when necessary.
Warranty: All Phillips Safety products are fully guaranteed against manufacturer defects (material and workmanship) for 1 year from the date of purchase. This does not cover negligent use of the product (including scratched lenses). Coating issues caused by cleaning lenses in a manner other than listed above will void the warranty. Phillips-Safety will repair or replace any defective merchandise at no charge. All shipping charges remain payable by the purchaser.
Recycling/Disposal: All Frames are nylon, acetate, aluminum or ferrous materials. Frames can be recycled with like metals or plastics. Leaded lenses contain 70% lead oxide. Lenses should be sent to an approved lead recycling facility or may be returned to the manufacturer for appropriate disposal. Please contact Customer Service for detailed instructions.
Customers wishing to return this product must contact Customer Service to obtain a valid return authorization number within 14 days of receipt. A restocking fee may be deducted at the discretion of the manufacturer. Prescription orders can not be returned. Frames with custom imprints can not be returned.