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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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Product Description

Rigid 50 mm dual cup eye goggles come with #5 shade for acetylene welding. Compact design with elastic headband provides years of trouble free eye protection..

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Part Number 770096
Item Weight 4 ounces
Product Dimensions 5.9 x 2.9 x 2.9 inches
Item model number 770096
Power Source dc
Item Package Quantity 1

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ASIN B0017Z04SK
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4.3 out of 5 stars 418 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #6,019 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#53 in Home Improvement > Safety & Security > Personal Protective Equipment > Eye Protection > Safety Goggles & Glasses
#527 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available May 7, 2008

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By J. Olshefsky on July 13, 2010
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I bought these goggles and US Forge 108 Shaded #5 Economy Cup Brazing Goggles, figuring that one would be better than the other for a passive infrared goggle project. However, what I found was the US Forge goggles were identical in every way -- right down to the markings from the injection molding machine and the blue stripes in the elastic band. The only difference is that the Hobart goggles come with more packaging (a hard plastic box) while the US Forge goggles come in a sealed printed plastic bag.

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).
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I got these goggles on sale for about 7 or 8 bucks and they are completely worth it. I think everyone knows what goggles are so I'll outline what I think is different about these goggles than others.

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!
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Bought these when they came up under eclipse glasses. But they are not dark enough to view the sun. If you are looking for eclipse glasses these are not what you want.
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These were purchased to modify for a character in an upcoming youtube production. They have a nice fit are adjustable and quite comfortable even when weighed down with extra parts, highly recommended for steam punks.
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These goggles work great for a pair of steampunk goggles. Now granted I spray painted them and glued some additional parts on it but the shape still lends itself very nicely to being modded for steampunk.

Here are two pics of the goggles after I got done with them :)

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By Malefic on September 5, 2012
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I got these goggles for myself and a friend. one pair each just for fun. I'm not sure how good they are when it comes to do actual welding in them but the lenses that came with them are a dark green and block out light pretty swell. Has the adjustable connector in the middle which i had to adjust since it was a little to big for my face, so the adjuster comes in handy. to remove/replace the lens all you have to do is unscrew the plastic cap over it. it's fairly easy and simple. good design.
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These are good goggles but the clear lenses are made of cheap plastic. The dark lenses are made of glass. They don't fog up to bad like some goggles do. I find these to be quite comfortable but they leave marks on my face. These goggles are good but not perfect.
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Only difference is the plastic box vs plastic bag they come in...
Exact same as the $8.50 pair
US Forge 108 Shaded #5 Economy Cup Brazing Goggles
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