|Item Weight||4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 2.9 x 2.9 inches|
|Item model number||770096|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Hobart 770096 Welding Oxy-Acetylene Goggle - 50mm Eye Cup
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- Ideal for use with welding applications
- Rigid 50 mm dual cup for optimal eye protection
- Elastic headband helps the goggles stay in place for lasting protection
- Number-5 shade shields against brightness
- Compact design for easy, durable transport
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As goggles go, they are perfectly usable although not overly comfortable. The eye-to-eye spacing is adjustable with a beaded chain (if you shorten it, cut the tails so you don't bonk yourself in the eye like I did).
First they are made of hard plastic all around. I've seen some that are made of like a flimsy rubber plastic and these are much more durable.
Second, these goggles have a vent on the side of each eye piece that allow for ventilation and greatly reduce if not eliminate all together the goggles fogging up during use.
Third, there are two sets of lenses. A set of thin clear plastic lenses over thicker glass lenses which provide the tinting for welding and cutting. If you are going to use these for general purpose shop work, then I suggest you manufacture your own clear lenses out of lexan or something similar, as the clear lenses it comes with won't protect your eyes from any sizable flying debris.
Overall I'm very satisfied with them!
Here are two pics of the goggles after I got done with them :)
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought these specifically fora Halloween costume, but the quality on them is so good, i will actually use them for what they are intended for i like them very comfortablePublished 6 days ago by Billy Raley
Uncomfortable to wear for long periods of time. Vents on the side are not easy to set right leading to fogging up.Published 1 month ago by idkwat2namme
I used these for multiple costumes. One year by themselves, and another year I painted them gold for a steam punk look. Read morePublished 1 month ago by J Rez
Worked alright for real welding (oxy/ace), though the gap in-between the eyes could be a bit shorter for me. My son thinks they look cool to wear also for fun.Published 1 month ago by Tanya
I have been using these to look at the point of light made by a magnifying glass on wood outside, and they work great. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kojovi