TODAYS PATENT- EYE PROTECTION FOR HEADGEAR
The Eye Protection for headgear was invented by Joe D. Hill on the 19th of May 1998, bearing patent number US5752280A.
The above invention is a device for the protection of eyes with a secured headgear. It has an eye shield with attached to the headgear and can be removed any time. The eye shield is manually rotated in two position that the normal viewing position and viewing position above the forehead attached to the two sets of pivotal mechanism. This mechanism which creates tension in the reverse direction to keep the eye shield attached firmly in the viewing position. The eye protection headgear is used to protect eyes from sunlight, unwanted particle in the eyes and perspiration in the eyes.