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To experience a historical event for 22 dollars was WAY WORTH THE MONEY!
These were great for viewing the Venus Transit in 2012 and I can't wait to get to use them again when there is a solar eclipse in my area.
They do what they are meant for - the scorching sun looks like a yellow ball through them.
We wanted to watch the solar eclipse. These worked perfectly. Were exactly as described, delivered promptly, and well used. thanks.Published 8 months ago by Linda P
Great for watching solar eclipses and easy to carry in the glove box when traveling. Cheap and no worries if they get lost or damagedPublished 9 months ago by cindy schiodtz
Placed an order and a month later I didn't have anything. Contacted seller and they got back to me right away. Appears that error was on part of UPS not seller. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Holy Harley
These were great for viewing the Venus Transit in 2012 and I can't wait to get to use them again when there is a solar eclipse in my area.Published 12 months ago by Kathryn Rumer
They do what they are meant for - the scorching sun looks like a yellow ball through them. Pleasant view, no effect on eyes even looking at the sun for 5 min !Published 12 months ago by goldie1
Fine for an eclipse but I was hoping to be able to see sunspots with these, that doesnt work though.Published 12 months ago by jojoman
I like them fine; will have to try them out the next time there is a solar eclipse. Great to be able to find so many interesting things through Amazon -- thank you!!Published 14 months ago by Jet
I bought these to view the up coming eclipse. They seemed to work just fine, however, I didn't view the eclipse that long. From what I seen with them they were great. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Biscut
I bought these for the transit of Venus. I was skeptical that they would work -- they're awfully flimsy. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Aaron C. Huertas