FYI: I got these at WalMart Vision Center for $120. They are OSHA rated and have anti-glare coating. Visual quality is very good, but not premium like my daily wear glasses. My local eye doctor wanted $300+ for a similar pair. These are good enough for USPSA and general range use.
Also, they have very flexible side arms, so they conform great when wearing full ear muffs.
Omg, this is a thing? Prescription eye pro? Do they have sunglasses or transition lenses available?
Yes, I bought these polarized Rx sunglasses for $150 last summer. I’m not sure what they offer for transition lenses.
Been getting them for work for years at Sams Club. Best deal around IMHO
If you have the script try googles4u.com. before I had my catracts fixed I had prescription sunglasses with progressive lens for less than $100.00. I also had untinted glasses from them. Most of my family uses them. Usually takes about a week.
And if you are making just shooting glasses have the doc set them where you can read a business card at arm’s length. That lets you see your iron sights on your handgun.
I know guys that would love this info. Thank you! Seriously there are some guys at work always complaining about the price of prescription safety glasses. Thanks man.
Glad to help @Joe. I’ve been looking at Rx glasses for a while. I found several online stores, but prices usually run $200 to $300 or more. The base prices always seem low, but the cost skyrockets after you start adding options (anti-glare, UV, etc). My WalMart glasses have anti-glare, UV coating, and thin/lightweight lens option. It was a great deal compared to the online options I found.
Also, it was nice to get them locally. I was able to try on several different pairs and the technicians took the proper measurements to ensure the best fit. That’s not possible when buying stuff online. I’m not a fan of Walmart in general, but I’m happy with their vision services.
Hey, watch where you’re pointing that thing!!
I’ve been putting up with glasses too long, thinking of laser eye surgery. It’s just one more thing that may or may not line up when I bring up my rifle. And if I have to go hand-to-hand, it’s a vulnerability I’d rather not have, since they fall off all the time.
Any problem with fogging with the Methow Rx adapter?
I wish I could even think about going hand to hand today (It’s a nonstarter). If I run out of ammo I’ve really screwed up, and had better become very flexible 'cause I’ll be kissing my ass goodbye.