The Safety Eyeglass Case and Mounting Bracket is a storage case for safety glasses designed to mount to the shaft of a string style trimmer.
Inventor John Troy Busby of St. Joseph, MO has created a storage case for safety glasses designed to mount to the shaft of a string style trimmer.
Safety glasses and protective eyewear are not only seen at construction sites and industrial establishments, but at homes and commercial environments as well. One area in which eyewear should be used is when operating a string style trimmer while performing landscaping, or yard work. The chance of grass clippings, stones, twigs, and the like, getting into the operators eyes is very real and hazardous. However, people often struggle to locate their protective eyewear, or their eyewear is found broken and scratched. Inventor Busby has created a means by which safety glasses can be more easily and properly utilized when operating a string style trimmer.
This clever new invention is a case that mounts to a weed trimmer near the handle for convenience. It protects eyes and saves vision. It keeps equipment handy and ready to use. It protects safety glasses from damage. It helps meet OSHA requirements. It could also be sold to mount on lawnmowers.Ear plugs could also be stored in the case.The use of the Safety Eyeglass Case and Mounting Bracket allows one to not only store and protect safety glasses while using a string style trimmer, but keep them handy in a location that will encourage their constant use, and result in better safety and protection for the operator.