Your frames are created from the finest materials and are carefully developed to provide complete protection for your eyes.


Caring for your frames

Clean the lenses with mild soap (pH 5.5) and luke warm water.  Blot moisture with your cleaning cloth, sunglass pouch, a soft, clean cloth, or allow to air dry.

Do not dry or clean the lens with any paper products as it may damage the lens and/or coatings.  Do not place your glasses face down.  Store your glasses in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and/or heat.  Do not expose your glasses to extreme temperature conditions (colder than -30C/-22F or hotter than +80C/+176F)  Do not let your glasses come into contact with any detergents, cleaners or chemicals.  Do not bend your glasses unnecessarily.  Inspect your glasses periodically for damage. If there is damage the lenses and/or frames should be replaced, as the UV protection and your visibility may be compromised.

Questions? Please contact: info@inspecs.com


Conformance to International Standards - Ophthalmic

The CE mark ensures compliance with 93/42/EEC Directive and EN 12870:2012, EN 12472:2005 + A1:2009, EN 1811:2011,

ANSI Z80.5:2010 and AS/NZS 12870:2012.



These sunglasses conform to the essential safety requirements of the PPE 89/686/EEC Directive and meet the health and safety requirements of major

international standards including; EN 1836:2005+A1:2007, EN 12472:2005 + A1:2009, EN 1811:2011, ANSI Z80.3:2010 and tested to the mandatory requirements of AS/NZS 1067:2003.

Our sunglasses are fitted with UV400 lenses that provide protection against harmful UVA and UVB rays.  All lenses are optical class 1 with highest quality optical

properties.  These sunglasses are not suitable for direct viewing of the sun or full protection from exposure to UV radiation from artificial sources such as sunbeds.

Lenses are supplied in various shades, colours and tints.  Polarised lenses offer protection against reflective glare, which is beneficial for outdoor pursuits.  Polarised sunglasses must not be worn by pilots whilst flying aircraft as they may affect the ability to see LCD screens.  Lens filter categories describe the darkness of the tint.  These filter categories are as follows:

FILTER CATEGORY (See frame arm)


Cat. 0 (80-100% light transmittance)


Cat. 1 (43-80% light transmittance)



Cat. 2 (18-43% light transmittance)


Cat. 3 (8-18% light transmittance)


Cat. 4 (3-8% light transmittance)



Clear or very light tint


Light tint



Medium tint


Dark tint


Very dark tint



Fashion spectacles not sunglasses. Very low sunglare reduction.


Fashion spectacles not sunglasses, limited sunglare reduction.



Sunglasses, medium sunglare reduction.


Sunglasses, high sunglare reduction.


Sunglasses, special purpose, very high sunglare reduction.


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