LED lights can be made very small, consume very little energy, and yet can put out a lot of light. What happens when you place two such LED lights on prescription safety glasses? You get highly versatile lighted prescription safety glasses. The following elaborates more on their usefulness and versatility:
They Provide a Hands Free Light That’s Always with You
Handheld flashlights make two-handed activities awkward and sometimes impossible when external lighting is poor. You can either place the flashlight in your mouth or set it down on a convenient surface. Unfortunately, nearby surfaces at the right height are rarely available. Headlamps will free up your hands but they have two disadvantages. First, they’re bulky. If you’re working on electronics inside a console, you must exercise care not to bump the headlamp against any “hot” components. This is less of a problem with your glasses and their tiny LED lights.
Second, you can’t realistically wear headlamps all the time. The headband gets uncomfortable and wearing headlamps isn’t socially appropriate in many situations. Therefore, it’s something you must remember to always carry with you, which isn’t feasible. On the other hand, since you must always wear prescription glasses for correcting your vision, the LED lights on lighted prescription safety glasses are always with you for use in both expected and unexpected situations. If you get a flat tire or have engine trouble on the drive home for example, you can readily take care of the problem because it doesn’t matter that you forgot to bring your flashlight or headlamp with you.
They’re Useful in a Wide Variety of Work and Home Situations
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