4.Meet CE EN166, ANSI Z87.1 and AS/NZS 1337.1 standard 5.High quality and reasonable price
6.Samples are free
100% UV protection
PC frame and PC lens
any color are available
1200pcs/model,mixed color are available
L/C at sight ;
30%deposit ,70%balance before shipment.
5)OEM,ODM orders are welcome
6)Lens can meet: CE Standard; UV400
7) Any Design, Color are available in your favourite;
1. Sports model, Plastic frame
2. One-piece Lens, Light weight
3. Scratch resistant and impact resistant Polycarbonate Lenses 4. Black, Navy Blue and Yellow different color choice for frame 5. Special mercury layer protect against ultra violet and other hazard rays (optional)
6. Anti-Fog coated lenses for chemical & medical purposes (optional)
7. meet with ANSI Z87.1 & CE EN166 Standard
8. Optional lens color for different purposes
A) Grey: Outdoor. 100% UVA&UVB Protection
B) Clear: General purposes C) Yellow: Night driving and pilot. Absorption of the blue light in the visible range providing contrast enhancement. D) Red: Special UV mixed. Laser resistant rays E) Orange: Soft sight. Filtrate electric wavelength and infrared ray F) light mirror coating: provide protection against high impact and harmful UV rays for both indoor and outdoor applications without changing lens.
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3. About our factory:
We, Pengbo Enterprise CO.,LTD, are one of leading of sunglasses , safety glasses & ski gogglesmanufacturer with 15 years adequate experience in Guangzhou China.
We have hundred of products and divided into 8 series as below:
1. Fashion Sunglasses (for Adult and kids)
2. Sports Eyewear
3. Safety Glasses
4. Military Glasses
5. Ski Goggles
6. Motorcycle Goggles
7. Pet Goggles
8. Reading Glasses
Most of our glasses are 100%UV protection, CE , ANSI & AS/NZS certified. OEM & ODM are warmly welcome.
5. FAQ of Pengbo Glasses:
If the sun doesn't bother my eyes, do I still need to wear sunglasses?
Ultraviolet (UV) raysare located just past the violet portion of the visible light spectrum; sunlight is the main source.UV light is broken into three different types: UVA, UVB and UVC.
UVA has longer wavelengths and passes through glass easily; experts disagree about whether or not UVA damages the eyes.
UVB rays are the most dangerous, making sunglasses and sunscreen a must; they don't go through glass.
UVC rays do not reach the Earth because its atmosphere blocks them.
When do UV rays affect my eyes?
Most people think that they're at risk only when they're outside on a sunny day, but UV light can go right through clouds, so it doesn't matter if the sky is overcast. The sun's rays are strongest between 10 am and 2 pm.
Glare and reflections can give you trouble, so have your sunglasses ready if you'll be around snow, water or sand, or if you'll be driving (windshields are a big glare source).
The following put you at additional risk: sunlamps, tanning beds and parlors, photosensitizing drugs and living at high altitudes or near the equator. To find out how high the UV light levels are today where you live, here's aUV index mapfor the United States, updated twice a day by AccuWeather.
Can certain medical problems increase my risk for damage from UV rays?
What are my options to prevent UV damage to my eyes?
You must wear sunglasses to prevent damage to your eyes. While some contact lenses provide UV protection, they don't cover your whole eye, so you still need sunglasses.
Look for sunglasses that protect you from 99 to 100 percent of both UVA and UVB light. This includes those labeled as "UV 400," which blocks all light rays with wavelengths up to 400nanometers. (This covers all of UVA and UVB rays.)
What about sunglasses blocking infrared rays?
Infrared rays are located just past the red portion of the visible light spectrum. Though infrared radiation produces heat, most experts agree that the sun's infrared rays do not pose a danger to the eyes.
Which lens color is the best?
Lens coloris a personal choice and doesn't affect how well sunglass lenses protect your eyes from UV light. Gray and brown are popular because they distort color perception the least.
Athletes often prefer other tints for their contrast-enhancing properties. For example, yellow lenses are popular with skiers and target shooters because they work well in low light, reduce haze and increase contrast for a sharper image.
Do I still need those "UV Protective" sunglasses if my lenses are real dark?
Yes! Most people believe that the darkness of the lens is what protects their eyes. The degree of darkness has no effect on UV rays. For adequate protection, you need to buy sunglasses that indicate they block 100 percent of the sun's UV rays.