Exos Lead glasses in black green right angle - safeloox
Exos Lead glasses in black right angle - safeloox

Exos Lead Glasses

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The rectangular Exos Lead Glasses protect your eyes when exposed to x-ray radiation during diagnostic imaging procedures, offering all prescription types. Provides extra comfort with removable rubberised foam gasket. Fits small and medium style faces best.

Includes protective hard case and adjustable strap to prevent your lead glasses from falling off your head.

Made in USAMade in USA
Single Vision
Bifocal Vision
Progressive Vision
Side Shields

Colour: Black/ green

Black/ green
Frame Measurements in mm:
Bridge: 15 | Frame Width: 140 | Temple: 125 | Lens Width: 57 | Lens Height: 40
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The Exos lead glasses provide 0.75mm Pb front and 0.50mm Pb side protection. Feel comfortable with a rubberised nose bridge and removable foam gasket. The lead glasses are CE Certified, lightweight at 76.3g (88.3g with foam gasket), and available in all prescriptions. The Exos lead glasses feature a low-bridge nose fit, designed for comfort. They come in black or black/ green with a removable foam gasket, ensuring a stylish and protective solution for professionals exposed to radiation.

Product Features

  • Radiation Protection Standards: AS/ NZS4543.3; IEC 61331.3-2014 -> tested and certified against a full range of x-ray energies: 50-150kVp.
  • Protection Level of Exos Lead Glasses
    • Front: 0.75mm Pb leaded lenses
    • Side: 0.50mm Pb leaded side shields
  • Frame Material: Plastic (TR-90 nylon)
  • Frame Style: Rectangular
  • Frame Features:
    • Adjustable rubberised nose pad
    • Rubberised temple bars
    • Integrated side shields
    • Removable foam eye cup/ gasket
  • Lens Material:
    • Radiation protective leaded lenses
    • Prescription-ready
  • Lens Coatings Options:
    • Anti-fog coating or
    • Anti-reflective coating 
  • Prescription Frame: Yes.
  • Prescription Types & Range of Exos Lead Glasses
    • Maximum spheres -6/+3 
    • Single vision
    • Bifocal vison
    • Progressive vision
  • Colours:
    • Green/ black 
    • Black
  • Certification: CE 0120 certified
  • Head size: Small, medium
  • Add-on's: Name Engraving
  • Inclusions: Protective hard case and adjustable strap
  • Total weight: 76g (with foam gasket 88g)

Frame Measurements

Bridge 17mm
Frame Width 140mm
Temple 132mm
Lens Width 54mm
Lens Height 36mm
Product Weight 76g
Cleaning & Care

Intended Use of Lead Glasses

Your Lead Glasses are intended to be used as Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for reduction of x-ray and scatter radiation that is released during radiological examinations and interventional procedures in the medical environment. Radiation Safety Glasses are not to be used as impact safety lenses. Impact resistant over goggles must be used if impact protection is required.

All SAFELOOX lead glasses are equipped with premium 0.75mm Pb leaded lenses and 0.50mm Pb leaded side shields offering highest frontal and lateral protection against ionising radiation of up to 150kV – complying with the latest Australian standard AS/NZS 4543-3:2000 and international radiation protection standard IEC 61331-3.2014.

Cleaning and Disinfecting of Lead Glasses

all prescriptions

Uncoated Lenses

Leaded lenses (with or without prescription) that do not have any coatings applied such as anti-fog or anti-reflective coatings.

DO NOT USE ALCOHOL BASED CLEANERS. It can damage the leaded lens.

  • Clean with hand soap or natural lens cleaners with no microbeads or grit added.
  • Gently rub leaded lenses in straight lines under clear running water.
  • Dry with soft, lint-free cloth.
  • You can also use non-alcohol based wipes.

Anti-fog Coated Lenses

Leaded lenses that are coated with anti-fog.

DO NOT USE ALCOHOL BASED CLEANERS. It will degrade the anti-fog coating.

  • Clean with hand soap or natural lens cleaners with no microbeads or grit added.
  • You can also use non-alcohol based wipes.
  • Use a light pressure in straight lines, thoroughly cleaning all surfaces of leaded lenses and frame.
  • Dry with microfibre cleaning cloth.
anti-glare coated lenses

Anti-reflective Coated Lenses

Leaded lenses that are coated with anti-reflective/anti-glare coating.

DO NOT USE ALCOHOL BASED CLEANERS. It will degrade the anti-reflective coating.

  • Clean with hand soap or natural lens cleaners with no microbeads or grit added.
  • Gently rub leaded lenses in straight lines under clear running water.
  • Dry with soft, lint-free cloth.


Radiation Safety Glasses cannot be disinfected in a pressure chamber (autoclave) or cleaned with Ammonia and chlorine-based cleaners as they harm the leaded lenses which are very fragile, and the frame material, which is usually made of plastic (e.g. polycarbonate or TR90).

Manufacturers do not recommend circular motions while cleaning leaded glass as it can damage applied anti-fog and anti-reflective coatings and loose its functionality.

Safely Wearing and Storing Your Lead Glasses


  • Always place your lead glasses inside your hard case every time you take them off. 
  • Do not leave your lead glasses in a hot area. The heat can warp the frame.
  • Do not set your lead glasses close to the sinks and vanities. They can get splashed with corrosive substances in these areas.
  • Avoid putting your lead glasses on top of your head. The top of the head is generally wider than the face and can widen the frame.
  • Don’t push on the nose piece. The motion can distort the nose piece; try to adjust the nose piece before placing it on your face.
  • Use both hands to remove your lead glasses. The motion will keep your frame’s alignment and minimise changes over time.
  • If you need to remove your lead glasses constantly, make sure to use a retainer cord.

Inspecting Your Lead Glasses Frequently

  • Examine your lead glasses frequently as leaded lenses can become pitted, chipped or in other ways damaged.
  • If that is the case, cease use immediately and contact your radiation safety officer at the hospital for instructions.

Also Read: Seven Top Tips for Looking After your Radiation Glasses

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Check the most frequently asked questions about Lead Glasses below. All general FAQs - ordering, paying and warranty - can be found in the main FAQ section. If you still need help, then please reach out by live chat or email us at hello@safeloox.com.


What are lead glasses?

Who should wear lead glasses?

What are the health risks of radiation for my eyes?

What radiation protection standards meet your lead glasses?

Prescription Lead Glasses

Are prescription lead glasses heavier than non-prescription lead glasses?

How can I find the prescription lead glasses that fit me best?

What prescription types are available for lead glasses?

What is the delivery time for prescription lead glasses?

Cleaning & Maintenance

How do I clean my lead glasses?

How do I store my lead glasses safely?

Do I need an eyewear strap?

Custom Engraving

What is the maximum length of characters that can be engraved?

Can you use numbers or symbols?

How long do orders with name engraving take?

Can I return my safety glasses with the name engraving?

Lens Coatings

What is the benefit of anti-reflective coating? Should I add it to my lead glasses?

What is the benefit of anti-fog coating? Should I add it to my lead glasses?

Can I return lead glasses with anti-reflective or anti-fog coating?

Try-On Options for Lead Glasses

What is the Home Try-On Program?

Do I have to pay delivery fees for the Home-Try On Program?

What if I haven't found a suitable pair using the Home Try-On Program?


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Receiving Your Parcel

Our orders are dispatched daily from our Melbourne warehouse and are mainly delivered by Australia Post. We recommend sending deliveries to an address where you or a work colleague can receive the parcel in person, to a free Australia Post Parcel Locker or PO Box. If the delivery address is unattended, your property will be held for collection at the nearest post office. Your delivery is registered and requires a signature on delivery or pick up. All deliveries can be tracked via Australia Post. If there's something we can do to make your delivery more convenient for you, contact SAFELOOX.

Estimated Processing and Delivery Times

Standard Orders Custom Orders
Non-prescription safety glasses without any lens coatings and name engravings. (Non-)prescription safety glasses with or without lens coatings, name engravings.
Availability & Dispatch 24 to 48 hours (unless out of stock) 3 to 4 weeks 
Domestic Shipping Times 
Domestic Shipping Times
Standard: 2 to 8 days or Express: 1 to 3 days
Domestic Shipping Charges
Domestic Shipping Charges (flat-rate)
Standard flat rate: $8.95 or Express flat rate: $11.95

When products are temporarily out of stock, a delivery time of 3 to 4 weeks from order to delivery can apply.