Stealth™ 8000 Clear Safety Specs with LED Temples

£19.56 £23.47 Inc VAT

Engineered to offer outstanding performance, compatibility, comfort and looks.

  • Conforms to EN 166 1.F.K
  • Weighing just 48g
  • Wraparound 9 base curve Polycarbonate lens
  • PVC nose piece
  • Low profile tension control temples
  • UVA, UVB and UVC protection

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Stealth™ 8000 Clear Safety Specs with LED Temples

It is a version of our popular Stealth 8000™ safety spectacle with integrated LED lights, which is called Stealth™ LED. A wraparound 9 base curve polycarbonate lens with an integrated adjustable PVC nose piece provides added comfort and stability to the Stealth 8000™ safety spectacle, which weighs only 26g. We have added LED lights to the side arms of the spectacle, bringing the total weight of the spectacle down to 48g (approx.)

Temperaments with a low profile for tension control provide additional grip and are suitable for use with hearing protection. The LED lights are rotatable and controlled by independent switches, making them extremely practical for use in low-light conditions and fine detail work.

Key Features
  • Lens and frame offer protection against low energy high-speed particles at 45 m/s (101mph)
  • The optical qualities of the lens comply with the requirements of optical class 1 (highest)
  • Sports style wrap-around design with one piece 9.25 base curve polycarbonate lens
  • Soft grip inserts in temples to avoid slipping
  • Soft nose pad releases the pressure from the nose
  • Lens filters 99.9% of harmful UV light
  • UVA, UVB and UVC protection
  • Rotatable lights with independent light switches for practical use in low-light and fine detail work
  • Stealth LED™ conforms to EN 166.1.F & EN 170

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Stealth™ 8000 Clear Safety Specs with LED Temples


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Personal eye protection

As the main specification for personal eye protectors, the majority of workplace eye and face protection products are covered by this standard.

This standard sets out requirements relating to design and materials, performance features and options, marking and user instructions. Separate standards cover additional features and product types including specifications for UV filters, mesh eye and face protector and welding protection.

EN 166

EN 166 testing requirements are divided into basic, particular and optional. Basic requirements relating to all eye protectors include several tests to determine the optical class of the lens. The higher the optical class the less distortion to vision with optical class 1 lenses being appropriate for continuous wear.

Basic requirements also include testing of the complete eye protector such as, for robustness and resistance to ignition. Particular requirements are given for eye protectors to which they are appropriate:

  • protection against high speed particles (impact)
  • protection against liquid droplets or splashes and
  • protection against optical radiation – referring to additional standards mentioned above where appropriate.

Optional requirements cover more specialised features such as lens anti-scratch and anti-fogging properties, impact properties at extremes of temperature and infrared protection.

Eye and face protectors are marked on the ocular (lens) and frame according to their properties and fields of use. Markings include numbers and letters appearing in a certain order to denote properties such as optical class, impact rating, UV protection, and any other type of protection offered or features held by the eye protector.

Additionally products show the standard number manufacturer’s trademark and are supplied with comprehensive instructions detailing the meaning of all markings.

EN 170

This standard covers UV protection and is additional to EN 166, the main standard for personal eye protectors. Requirements are given for light transmittance, with additional stipulations for oculars with enhanced colour recognition.

Scale numbers, made up of a code number and a shade number separated by a hyphen, are used to show the ultraviolet radiation protection offered by an eye protector. A clear lens with UV protection is marked 2-1.2 – with ‘2’ being the code number, and ‘1.2’ representing the lens shade.

Enhanced colour recognition adds a ‘C’ to the code number (or alternatively becomes a ‘3’ in some products) so the same lens with enhanced colour recognition properties would be marked 2C-1.2 or 3-1.2.

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And that’s why we use Kite Packaging, an environmentally conscious eco-packaging company, to package your products ready for delivery safely to your front door. 

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We are proud to use Kite Packaging, especially as they are the only eco-packaging company to run a compliance Scheme (KES) for the Packaging Regulations. Additionally, they were one of the first eco-packaging organisations to be accredited with ISO 14001:2004.  Kite Packaging adopt a Replace and Re-Use strategy. Therefore replacing plastic packaging and products for the more environmentally friendly alternatives, such as recycled and recyclable products.

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  • 100% recyclable and biodegradable
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  • Environmentally friendly, strong cardboard boxes
  • Made from reinforced single wall cardboard
  • Equivalent strength to double wall boxes, but use less material
  • Some sizes are multi-scored, allowing you to reduce their height

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EN 166 Standard explained

EN166 is the core technical standard that applies to all safety eyewear including spectacles, goggles and visors. It does not apply to eye protection for which separate standards exist (anti-laser eye protection, sunglasses for general use).



1: OPTICAL REQUIREMENTS Tests include, transmission and diffusion of light, refractive properties, resistance to ageing (stability to heat and resistance to UV), corrosion and ignition. Results of the testing define the Optical Class of the eye protector: which falls into 1 of 3 categories, where 1 is the highest and 3 is the lowest as indicated in the table. These categories define the quality of the lens in terms of how much or how little distortion is experienced by the wearer.




2: MECHANICAL PROTECTION/IMPACT RESISTANCE This test (applicable to both lens and frame) determines the impact resistance of the eye-protector (spectacles, goggles or visors) to withstand flying objects without cracking or shattering. The test is performed with steel balls of different diameters and weights which are used to strike the lens and frame at different speeds as indicated in the table. This results in 4 levels of mechanical protection denoted by the markings; ‘S’ ‘F’, ‘B’ or ‘A’ on the eye protector where ‘S’ is the lowest grade, offering the least amount of protection and ‘A’ is the highest grade offering maximum protection under the standard.

EYE protection table for mechical impact protection levels

Note explaining the markings for eye protectors


Optional Eye Protection Tests


EN 166 also describes other optional tests which must be applied should the manufacturer wish to make additional claims regarding protection. For example the Impact Resistance Against High Speed Spectacles At Extreme Temperature is conducted on spectacles/goggles and visors conditioned at extreme temperatures from -5°C /+55°C, resulting in similar markings as the above table, with a T denoting temperature: FT/ BT / AT. Note: This does not apply to the S marking category.



OTHER OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS and corresponding markings for EN166 are described in the table below


OTHER OPTIONAL REQUIREMENTS and corresponding markings for EN166 are described in the table below