SWISS EYE® tact. Glasses Raptor PRO incl. Lenses orange clear and smoke

79.99 €
[SSP2 74.99 €]
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available in: München, Berlin, Zentrale
Delivery time 2 - 5 working days

Material frame: Nylon Impact
Material lens: Polycarbonate
Weight: 38g
Frame: black
Certified according to: EN 12312-1, MIL-PRF-31013, MIL-PRF-32432A, MIL-DTL-43511D, ANSI Z87.1+, STANAG 4296/2920, EN 166FNK.

The set consists of: 1x frame, 3x interchangeable lenses in black, orange & clear ( black pre-mounted), microfiber pouch, case.

- Temples with inclination angle adjustment (inclination), Ideal when shooting with hearing protection, because you can adjust the temples so that they sit above the hearing protection capsule. Thus it does not press and there is no gap through which the bang can penetrate.
- Adjustable temple lengths
- adjustable, new nose section
- 2.5 mm polycarbonate lens with antifog/antiscratch coating according to EN 166 FNK
- Polycarbonate lens with antifog/antiscratch coating
- 100% UVA, UVB and UVC protection up to 400 nm (nanometers)

Tactical glasses from Swisseye convince with shatterproof polycarbonate lenses, which are manufactured according to strict safety standard EN 12312-1. All models offer 100% UVA, UVB and UVC protection and guarantee the very highest quality without distortions or faulty images.

All frames are made of durable, flexible, shatterproof and hypoallergenic material.

Furthermore, SWISS EYE® Tactical eyewear has a special anti-fog/anti-scratch coating that prevents fogging and scratching of the lenses.

Certified according to:

EN 12312-1

This standard corresponds to the German DIN standard and describes, among other things, the legal requirements / minimum requirements for sunglasses for general use and the requirements for protective filters.

STANAG 2920/4296

STANAG is the NATO abbreviation for Standardization Agreement, in the original "Standardization Agreement". The agreement is concerned with testing the ballistic threat posed by fragmentation projectiles. In a special test procedure called V-50, half of the rounds must penetrate the target material and the other half of the rounds must not penetrate the target material. An even number of shots, at least six, is used to calculate the V-50 value. The measured value is the arithmetic mean of the group of measured velocities.

MIL-PRF-31013 /32432

This standard is a U.S. military standard for goggles and special protective eyewear to test its ballistic effectiveness.

ANSI Z87.1

The American ANSI standard defines the essential requirements for eye and face protection devices in order to minimize or prevent accidents such as impacts etc.

EN 166

Eye protection in everyday work is regulated by the EN166 standard. This is the marking of the European standard for eye protection, which classifies and regulates all personal eye protection.

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