Sunglasses Test Package
Sunglasses Test Package
For many markets, sunglasses are not considered as only fashion items but also with a protective function. Therefore, manufacturers must ensure that their products comply with all regulations individual governing bodies have imposed and are monitored strictly for different markets.
Companies can remove these risks by submitting their products for specialized tests against key factors. Testing for UV protection, scratch and impact resistance, fit, and nickel release, etc. will ensure the eyewear meets industry standards and fulfills consumer expectations.
The test will be conducted in compliance with the following standards
- EN ISO12312-1 (EU) Standard
- REACH Regulation
- Nickel Release
- REACH PAH
- ANSI Z80.3 (US) Standard
- Lens Impact Resistance (Drop Ball Test) 21 CFR 801.410 (US) Standard
- Prop 65 Court Case (US California) Standard
For children products in the US, additional testing shall be required:
- CPSC Physical and Mechanical Test (US) Standard
- CPSC Flammability to solid (US)
- CPSIA Total Lead content (US)
- Tracking Label (US)
It will be advised in order confirmation email upon purchase
Turnaround Time (working days)
There are specific standards required to be tested for compliance in the US and EU markets. Therefore, the following tests will be included according to the US / EU market test package.
For items designed for children, CPSIA according to U.S. regulation shall be performed to ensure the safety requirements specific to children.
Standard / Regulation
EN ISO12312-1 (EU)
A Physical and mechanical standard for ensuring the performance of sunglasses according to EU standard
EU REACH Regulation
Major chemical-related regulation in the market according to EU regulation
ANSI Z80.3 (US) & Lens Impact Resistance (Drop Ball Test) 21 CFR 801.410 (US)
A Physical and mechanical standard for ensuring the performance of sunglasses according to US standard & US regulation
CPSC Physical and Mechanical Test (US)
Physical safety testing applied for items designed for children under 12 years of age or below
CPSC Flammability to solid (US)
Flammability testing applied for items designed for children under 12 years of age or below
CPSIA Total Lead content (US)
Total Lead content shall be tested according to CPSIA for children items
CPSIA Tracking Label (US)
Tracking Label shall be required on both product & packaging for children products
Prop 65 Court Case (US California)
Chemical testing according to US California Proposition 65. The specific court case will be selected.
Only applicable test items will be conducted on selected product nature and destination market. A detailed test item list will be included in order confirmation email upon order purchase.
Strengths & benefits
Ensure your product compliance with specific countries’ requirements
Provide worldwide coverage and access to all key locations & markets
You can add them to shopping cart and proceed to checkout for placing your order online. You will receive an order acknowledgment with order details after online order.
It is not necessary to create an account for online purchase, you can select Guest Checkout to place an order without an account.
However, creating an account offers additional benefits:
- Your contact information will be saved securely for a faster checkout
- Track your order status and history
If you place an order as a guest, please check our notifications at your email box. Please remember to check promotional and junk mail box if you can’t find it.
If you place an order as a member, please log in and check the status of your order under “Quote Request” or “Orders”.
SGS TIC Mall only accepts US$ for checkout.
You will receive a test application form, sample requirement and delivery details in confirmation email upon successful payment, please complete the form and send the required sample(s) to our competence center in Hong Kong.
Please contact your dedicated specialist to submit your request. It will be reviewed case by case depending on the order process.
No, you can’t cancel and refund the paid order unless there is a quality or service delivery issue.
Lead has often been used in jewelry, to make the article heavier, brighten the colors, and stabilize or soften the plastics. However, lead could be dangerous, or even deadly when used in jewelry.