Flex Spex - The Perfect Construction Reading Glasses
Do not let the effects of aging hamper your visual ability to do your job. Flex Spex are the perfect construction reading glasses solution. Our unique reading glasses magnification allows you to focus in on detailed work involved in carpentry, mechanics, concrete construction, welding, painting, plumbing, and electrical work. Flex Spex easily fold down over safety glasses to provide clear and precise focus on minutely detailed work. For on the job outdoor reading glasses, Flex Spex cannot be beat. Flex Spex are handy for reading directions and applications for a multitude of products while you are on the go at a job site. They allow you to easily see numbers on your tape measure, ensure properly lined up miter joints, and confidently install, maintain, and repair electrical wiring systems. In constructing a concrete municipal pool, workers used Flex Spex to grind away excess cement from form joints to create a smooth pool surface. Our carpenter customers report that their Flex Spex ensure their measurements and saw cuts are accurate. Mechanics state that Flex Spex are handy in using computer diagnostic equipment, charts, and technical manuals in addition to small detailed work. Even better, Flex Spex reading glasses magnification comes in a variety of powers to meet the needs of all our customers.
Other customers using our construction reading glasses comment on the depth of field of our lenses. “These readers really make it easy for me to prep surfaces for painting. I no longer worry about missing holes and cracks that need to be repaired before I prime. They also help me maintain my accuracy on painting fine details that are the trademark of my business.” John W. – Professional Painter
For outdoor reading glasses, our customers comment on the ease of access of Flex Spex. “Flex Spex have been a life saver for me. I often need to consult the engineer’s blueprints to verify dimensions, details, and other technical aspects before and during a concrete pour. We have to be accurate. Because Flex Spex are attached to my hat, I can pull them down over my safety glasses quickly to check the blueprints. When I’m done, I just flip them back up on the bill of my cap so they are out of the way. I don’t like things hanging around my neck, and before I started using Flex Spex, I couldn’t keep track of my readers to save my life. I don’t have time to search around for a pair of readers.” Bill H. – Concrete Construction Company Owner