DEWALT DPG94-1C Dominator SAFETY Glasses, Clear Lens

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High-impact Polycarbonate lens Imported Rubber tipped temples provide a non-slip comfortable fit Full frame with larger lens provides excellent coverage Integrated rubber nosepiece for longer, comfortable wear Protects against 99. 9-Percent harmful UV rays Meets ANSI Z87. 1+ standards
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DEWALT Dominator Clear Safety Glasses

Modern styling meets high impact protection with the DEWALT DPG94 Dominator Safety Glass. Available in multiple lens colors, this full-frame eyewear provides excellent coverage and protection. Rubber-tipped temples and integrated rubber nosepieces offer a comfortable, non-slip fit. The DPG94 meets the Z87.1 standard for impact protection and provides 99% UV protection.

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Full Frame with Large Lenses

Provide excellent coverage and protection.

Soft Rubber Nose Pieces

Reduces slip and provides maximum all-day comfort.

Rubber-Tipped Temples

Keeps glasses securely in place.



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Item Weight

‎0.32 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎3 x 8 x 2 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer





‎Clear Lens




‎Polycarbonate Lens

Item Package Quantity


UV Protection

‎Protects against 99.9% harmful UV rays

Included Components


Batteries Included?


Batteries Required?




Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#1,333 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #30 in Safety Goggles & Glasses

Date First Available

August 14, 2009

10 reviews for DEWALT DPG94-1C Dominator SAFETY Glasses, Clear Lens

  1. iluvgr8tdealsiluvgr8tdeals

    ⁃ I wear a size 7 1/8 hat. I have a sizable head and these safety glasses fit me well. Snug but not uncomfortable. ⁃ They feel sturdy and have rubber temples (sides) and rubber nose pieces that leave you feeling comfortable after wearing them for a while. ⁃ I have used them while using a compound miter saw, tile saw, table saw and chop saw. They didn’t feel like they were a hindrance and everything was clear. ⁃ They didn’t fog in the hot summer sun outside. ⁃ I would recommend them for any job that would require eye protection and comfortability for a long time.- I liked them so much I purchased the smoke version for the sunny outdoors! They work just as well.

  2. S. Mertz

    nice lower cost smoke safety glasses. i use them as sunglasses too. i have a wider head so they do pinch a little, but so do any other budget safety glasses i’ve tried. the nose pads are a nice feature and so far have held up well after a month of almost daily use. distortion from the lenses is minimal. the first time you leave them on your head and bump something they will be scratched. this seems to be a thing for any budget safety glasses, resistant coating or not they will scratch easily from bumps and such. scratch resistant is not the same as scratch proof, so know what to expect. definitely a good value for the money and you don’t have to feel bad when you mess them up and have to get new ones.

  3. P. S.

    The media could not be loaded.  Hands down the best “safety” glasses I own. I plan on buying more pairs in the future, maybe even using them as cheap sunglasses.I usually have trouble with glasses fitting too loosely or falling off my face, they are usually loose around the temple areas. I bought these to replace some other ones I owned that just don’t fit snugly and I am always pushing back up.Not these. They fit just like Oakley Gascan sunglasses, which are one of the only types I wear that doesn’t wobble around or fall off my face.Also the viewing area is quite large. I usually forget I am wearing them.The only Con is that they have an “R+” written on both lenses that doesn’t come off. Its not really in your field of vision but if someone is looking at you its very noticeable, especially on the clear lenses. Since they are supposed to be safety glasses, not fashion glasses, and they are unbelievable inexpensive for the build quality, its still a 10/10 item.

  4. Dr H

    I ordered a set of these for their UV-blocking rating (UV400), to wear when using a UV-C disinfecting light wand. For the price, they are great — they block UV better than another pair I spent four times as much on, specifically for UV protection. (I verified this with a UV light meter).View through the lenses is clear and crisp, the fit is good, nice and close around the edges, but still comfortable. I didn’t get these as safety glasses, but I would be comfortable using them for that.Yes the lenses are plastic, and probably will scratch eventually, but what do you expect for $7?For the price I’ll probably pick up a couple of extra pairs for spares.I see some reviewers complaining that the lenses aren’t clear, but mirrored, or that they aren’t smoked, but clear, etc. All I can say is that people need to be a little more careful when ordering. I see six different varieties of lens offered with these shades — may sure you select the correct one before you put them in your cart, and you’ll be fine. (For the record, I ordered the “smoked” lenses, and that’s exactly what I got.Good glasses.

  5. RolidnotRolidnot

    I wear wrap around safety glasses anytime I pick up a power tool. It’s just habit after I saw a kid in my shop class in high school catch a hot aluminum shaving in his eye from the side behind a pair of flat lens safety glasses. That was 45 years ago and I can still hear the scream and see that eyeball in my head.I’m a big guy – 6’1″, 225 pound weight lifter with big noggin – 8 1/4 size head. These glasses fit me fine, wrap tight to my face, don’t fog, are light but sturdy and the lenses are large and crystal clear. I use them constantly.The photo I attached shows the DeWalt glasses on the left and the smaller junky glasses I had been wearing on the right. The cat foot, added for perspective, is from my 13 pound, 4 year old SPCA rescue who follows me around like a dog and works as my quality control inspector and resident treat chaser.I like these glasses. Too many safety glasses have gotten stupid expensive for for $8 a pair, I was good with the quality, price and fit. Hope that helps!

  6. Warren

    When they first arrived I didn’t realize they were reflective lens type, I said to myself already I don’t like these glass’s. But I have try them out,give the product a chance,before I criticize them. I’ll tell you I fell in love with these safety glass’s hard, even at night time you talk about clarity, these glass’s have it, comfort these glass’s have it, what else besides they are a nice and I mean “NICE” safety glass. To me they are the cats meow!

  7. Tim Burke

    These glasses are perfect, I personally got them to keep rust out of my eyes when working under my Jeep and they did the job great. I was worried that the just would fall on my face and still be able to slide under the glasses into my eyes when I moved my face side to side and up and down, but they kept the rust out of my eyes no matter what. They hug your head, but they are not tight. They are very comfortable, I honestly forget I have them on most of the time. They dont scratch up and they are well made. I started using them for everything that I would need to protect my eyes from something like cutting wood with sawdust coming at my face or cutting metal bolts with sparks flying around. I totally recommend these glasses and they are well worth the money.

  8. IdahoMike

    Love these glasses. I work on the occasional job site and happened to be looking for a decent pair of sunglasses. Unable to find a decent pair for a reasonable price, I started to look at the lineup of safety glasses. Saw these and fell in love. If they didn’t have the yellow DeWalt logo and the yellow rubber, you couldn’t hardly tell these were even safety glasses. I now wear them as my primary sunglasses, which is nice because they fulfill my safety requirements when I’m on the job site. They’re also great to shoot in, and I even use them as driving glasses. While on the freeway I once had a small rock deflect off my side mirror, come in my open car window and hit me in the face. Almost caused me to crash. I’d hate to take that same rock to the eye with a pair of regular glasses, which is one reason why I love these as driving glasses. The safety aspect where they wrap around the sides of your eyes better also helps keep that hard to block low sun out of your eyes.Overall, these look great, perform very well, and I constantly wear them in the field from sun up to sun down. I have several years of heavy use on a pair of these and they look great (well, until my toddler chewed them up…).

  9. Old School

    I purchased these for use as motorcycle glasses. Not only are they better made and almost certainly more safe (they’re safety glasses, after all) but they cost less than very cheap non-motorcycle glasses. They also fit perfectly but that would depend on head shape, of course. The style is identical to many sunglasses made for motorcycle riding. In fact, other than being better made and safer than sunglasses sold as motorcycle glasses, they really are identical and they wrap around to key wind out of the eyes. Also, the safety rating of these glasses say that they have a special anti-scratch and anti-fog coating. I can’t count how often I have to throw away motorcycle glasses because they scratch so easily. Time will tell how ant-scratch these are. A bonus is that they are rated to block 99.9% of UV-A and UV-B radiation.The only problem is the glasses sent to me are not yellow. They appear to be the smoke version. That’s OK because I’ll still use them. I was trying to place an order for yellow glasses again but I get a notice saying non are available. I guess that’s why they sent me smoke glasses. I like light yellow glasses for overcast days and night riding. I did place an order for a couple more colors of these glasses so I’ll have all but the yellow version which, hopefully they’ll have in stock soon. I really like the graduated version because my gauges are mounted on my gas tank so that makes it easier to read them while looking down.I’m not big on the style although the style of these are identical to many motorcycle glasses. I’m just an old guy who still prefers classic aviator style glasses but these will protect my eyes from the wind and flying objects much better so that’s OK. I haven’t ridden with them yet so I’m not sure how they handle glare. I recently picked up a couple pairs of cheap glasses of the same design and the glare is so bad with them that I can’t see into the sun at all. Hopefully, that won’t be a problem with these. It’s overcast today so I can’t check them out but I’ll update this review if I find any problems after riding with these on.If these glasses are as good as I think they are, motorcyclists should know about them.,

  10. STEVEN H.

    I bought the smoke lens earlier this summer- wanted a pair of sun glasses to wear to protect my eyes while working in the summer sun. They arrived just a few days before our beach trip. I decided to take these to wear on the beach. Turned out great. I do a lot of surf fishing, and these really cut down on the glare. Being safety glasses, they tend to wrap around the sides a little more than your typical glasses. This really helped cut out the glare from the sides as well.Some reviewers mentioned the glasses being tight on the ears. I did find this to be true, but I did wear them up to four hours at a time without that really being an issue. In fact, I took a couple of big waves while fishing and did not lose these glasses. I know from experience that a regular pair of sunglasses would be at the bottom of the ocean right now. I think this will be handy if you’re doing some really active work around the house.Fairly stylish for a pair of safety glasses, they turned out to be a nice pair of sunglasses for me as well. I would certainly purchase again.

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