Lighted Magnifying Glasses Review: No More Squinting

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Sas lighted safety glass readers with 2.5 magnificationCan’t see fine detail without squinting? Are you straining your eyes due to poor lighting? Would you like to be able to read without eye strain? All those problems are solved with these lighted magnifier safety glasses. Welcome to Lighted Magnifying Glasses Review: No More Squinting.

In this article, we will review the top six safety glasses with bifocal magnifiers and LED lights. We’ll cover what features they offer for you so you can choose the one that fits your face, style and needs the best.

The first pair of safety glasses is the least expensive and each pair after that cost more than the one before it. We will not quote prices, as these change from time to time and we want our articles to be accurate as possible at all times.

Safety is very important in carving especially where it concerns your eyes, but many people don’t like wearing safety glasses. Their reasons for this are either outdated or misinformed. In another article, we talked about why people haven’t worn safety gear, how today’s glasses and goggles are updated, how safety glasses are used and why you shouldn’t purchase cheap safety eyewear. Click here to read the top part of the article where these items are discussed.

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LED reader safety glasses with lights & 3.0 magnificationLED READERS With LIGHTS & 3.0 Magnification

 

Get yours here: Walmart online

Detailed Description:

These full framed, black safety glasses have two LED lights on their temples to provide you with plenty of light. The clear bifocal lenses have a 3.0 magnification to help with those small details.

These safety glasses are made from polycarbonate and meet the ANSI Z87.1 certified safety standards. They are lightweight and made of sturdy construction to last for years.

These glasses are great to use while reading or doing anything that requires a closeup view of small details.

Benefits you’ll receive from this product:

• Full frame glasses

• Black color

• LED lights on temples

• Bifocal lenses

3.0 magnification

• Meets ANSI Z87.1 certified safety standards

• Lightweight

• Sturdy construction

 

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Mayhew lighted 2.0 magnifier safety glasses

 

Get yours here: Walmart online

Detailed Description:

These safety glasses by Mayhew Steel Products are not your average glasses. They feature a lightweight black half frame with adjustable temples. Their LED lights are not embedded into the temples like most other safety glasses; instead, they sit on the top of the half-frame in the middle of the forehead brace. This enables the lights to focus on the center of your project without having to cross the beams, giving a better concentrated light source.

The LED lights have a swivel top to provide better light control. These safety glasses can also be worn over most prescription glasses, but you can wear them alone too.

They have a clear mono lens that provides a 2.0 magnification for focusing in on those small details or for easier reading. This lens provides you with a side shield for that extra protection you sometimes need. They meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards for polycarbonate lenses.

Warning:

Proposition 65 reasons: titanium dioxide, other chemicals
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. www.p65warnings.ca.gov

Benefits you’ll receive from this product:

Lightweight black half frame

• Adjustable temples

• Two LED lights centered on forehead brace

Lights center on a project without having to cross beam

• Swivel top LED lights

• Clear mono lens

• Side shields

• 2.0 magnification

• Meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards

Can be worn over your prescription lenses or as stand-alone glasses

 

3M safety glasses with lights and 2.5 magnification

 

3M Light Vision 2 safety glasses

 

Get yours here: Walmart online

Detailed Description:

These safety glasses are made by Light Vision 2, a company that’s been around for years and has a good reputation. Their strong frame has a gray gradient style that gives it a fashionable look. The two LED lights set on the temples, swivel and have on/off switches.

The oversized lenses are made from polycarbonate and meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards.
They have an anti-fog coating and a 2.5 magnification in their bifocals.

These glasses would be good for reading due to their lights and magnification level. They are also great for viewing those small details in all your projects.

Benefits you’ll receive from this product:

Gray gradient style frame

• Fashionable look

• Two LED lights on temples

• On/off switches on lights

• Oversized lenses

• Meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards

• Anti-fog coating

• 2.5 magnification

• Great for reading and detail work

 

Sas lighted safety glass readers with 1.5 magnification

Sas LED Inspectors Readers with 1.5 magnification

 

Get yours here: Walmart online

Detailed Description:

These safety glasses are made by Lightcrafters; this company has been in business for over 25 years and has an excellent reputation for high-quality eyewear. They offer one of the finest products out on the market today.

These glasses have full black frames and a non-slip nose bridge. Their two LED lights are built into the temples and are ultra-bright. They have an adjustable LED focus to place the light beams in just the right place. Their on/off switch allows for easy access to the lights. LR44 batteries are included.

Their clear Diopter lenses are scratch-resistant and have a 1.5 magnification strength. These safety glasses meet the ANSI Z87.1 safety standards for polycarbonate lenses.

The order number is 5420-15
Product name: SAS Safety 5420-15 LED Inspectors Readers, 1.5x

Benefits you’ll receive from this product:

Backed by Lightcrafters

• Full black frames

• Non-slip nose bridge

Two LED lights in temples are ultra-bright

• Adjustable LED lights

• On/off switch

• LR44 batteries included

• Scratch-resistant lenses

• Diopter lenses have 1.5 magnification

• Meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards

 

Sas LED Inspectors Readers with 2.0 magnification

 

Get yours here: Walmart online

Detailed Description:

These safety glasses are the same as the above LED Inspectors glasses, except that they have a 2.0 magnification instead of a 1.5 magnification. This is why there is no picture of these glasses above this article, as it would be the same as the 1.5 magnification pictures. 

They have all the same features as the LED Inspectors glasses with the 1.5 magnification. I’m adding these so you have the option of getting different magnification strengths.

Click on the Walmart link above or here to order this product.

Sas lighted safety glass readers with 2.5 magnification

Sas lighted safety glass readers with 2.5

magnification

 

Get yours here: Walmart online

Detailed Description:

These Lightcrafters LED safety readers have a full black frame and ultra-bright lights built into the temples. They are adjustable and have an on/off switch. LR44 batteries are included. Their non-slip nose bridge offers a comfortable fit for long periods of time.

The clear lenses have a scratch-resistant coating and are anti-fog. They provide a 2.5 magnification strength to give a clear view of all the small details in your projects. The lenses are made of polycarbonate and meet the ANSI Z87.1 safety standards. They are also great to use as readers.

These safety glasses have features the other Sas LED Inspectors readers don’t have, like anti-fog lenses and the higher magnification. They come in a 2 pack, but both glasses must be of the same magnification, seeing as they come enclosed in their 2 pack package.

Benefits you’ll receive from this product:

Backed by Lightcrafters

• Full black frames

• Non-slip nose bridge

• Two LED lights in temples are ultra-bright

• Adjustable LED lights

• On/off switch

• LR44 batteries included

• Scratch-resistant lenses

• Anti-fog lenses

Diopter lenses have 2.5 magnification

• Meet ANSI Z87.1 safety standards

Summing it all up:

In this article on Lighted Magnifying Glasses Review: No More Squinting, we covered the differences between six pairs of safety glasses.

We went over the benefits to you for each pair of glasses.
We talked about their quality polycarbonate lenses, their lightweight feel, the LED lights, and their different magnification strengths.

Finally, we helped you find a pair of safety glasses that suits your fashion sense and style without losing the safety features you need.

If you want to purchase any of these products simply click on any product picture or any of the light blue, underlined word links to be taken to the products page and then put the item into your shopping cart.

We hope you enjoyed this review, if you have any questions, would like to leave a comment, or your own personal review please feel free to do so below.

We would love to hear from you and help in any way we can. We will get back to you as soon as possible with answers to your questions. (Usually within 24 hours or less.)

 

Lynne Clay
Founder of Carved Fairy Houses

 

 

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4 Responses to Lighted Magnifying Glasses Review: No More Squinting

  1. Hi, Lynne thanks for this article on safety glasses. I found it most helpful as I enjoy painting but sometimes I work at night and I can’t see the fine details with just the lighting I have. I was looking for a solution with lighting when I came across your article.
    I like the Mayhew Steel Products 45050 Lighted 2.0 Magnifier Safety Glasses and the price is right for me also. But I don’t know if this is a US site because we have Walmart in Canada also. Could you get back to me on this matter
    Thanks

    • Lynne Clay says:

      Thanks, Linda for your comment on my article on Lighted Magnifying Glasses Review: No More Squinting.
      I am so happy to hear the article helped you find a pair of lighted safety glasses, to help you with your painting.

      I’m so sorry to say that I’m not sure if these glasses are made in the USA or not. Walmart carries a lot of different products from all over the world and seeing as these are not made by them I can’t answer that question. I try to only choose products that are made well and meet the highest standards, as these do. I hope my article has helped you to reach an informed decision about what safety glasses are right for you and will meet all your needs, even if I’m not sure where they are produced from.

  2. Lindsay says:

    Thanks so much for your review of these glasses. I’ve realised as I get older that these are a necessity for fine detail work – even with my own prescription glasses and a bright lamp I still can’t see the detail I need to have and based on your review I bought the Sas LED Inspectors Readers with 2.0 magnification – I only need 1.5 for reading but these are so much better for small crafts like mine (I do buttons!) The light and magnification are perfect, thank you, I can see clearly now!

    • Lynne Clay says:

      Thanks, Lindsay

      I’m so glad you liked my article on Lighted Magnifying Glasses Review: No More Squinting.
      It’s nice to know the article helped you find a pair of magnifying glasses that will help you with your buttons.
      Seeing clearly is very important when doing detail work, so I’m glad I could help.

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