RSVP International Onion Goggles, Black
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- Tear free chopping, mincing, dicing and slicing
- Comfortable foam seal protects eyes from irritating onion vapors
- Anti-fog lenses offer maximum clarity and eye protection
- Unisex design fits most face shapes but won't fit over eyeglasses
- Storage case keeps goggles clean
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The glasses are shaped like wrap-around sunglasses, curved to fit the shape of the face. Behind the frame that surrounds the lenses is a light foam material that creates a seal with your face. This foam has a layer of material (a little like a very thin black polyester flannel) that covers the part of the foam that touches your skin. This material makes the foam more comfortable, as well as strengthening the foam's edge--which without the support looks like it could easily tear. There are no ventilation holes cut into the foam.
Just like many wrap-around sunglasses, the fit of these onion-goggles is pretty snug. If you have a large head (like I do), don't expect to be wearing these for a long period of time (like for dry eyes.) While the fit is snug on me, (23" circumference head, size large hat) I find that I can wear them for at least a half an hour without discomfort--plenty of time to chop a lot of onions.
As the foam creates a seal between the nose and eyes, I did not have a problem with fogging. The foam seems porous enough that some circulation of humidity could occur. Interestingly, though, this did not seem to allow the onion fumes in.
The fumes. I could still smell the onions. The fumes still irritated my sinuses.Read more ›
These goggles are more like safety glasses so they are easier to take on and off and are much more comfortable than actual goggles. I wasn't sure the soft foam around the inside would actually keep the onion enzymes out since my face and head are decidedly on the small side but it did! And lastly they were crystal clear the whole time so I could take my time cutting my onions perfectly rather than the mad dash hacking they usually get as I try to be done as quickly as possible. I am buying my sister a pair for her birthday since she's similarly afflicted yet cooks a lot of dishes with onions.
My one problem is that if you wear them for say over an hour or so, they get a little uncomfortable. Since they were never meant for this length of wear I cannot fault them for this, but I thought I would post it on the off chance that anyone else was thinking of using them for this. They are still handy and I would probably still have bought them.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this item because it received good reviews from America's Test Kitchen and the rubber strap on my chem. googles broke. Read morePublished 19 hours ago by Mark Tackabury
These glasses are functional and look sassy! I use them for my dry eyes and have found it much more comfortable when the furnace kicks on.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
They are too small for my face, which I found disappointing in a 1 size fits all.Published 5 days ago by Thayli
Definitely a little small for my husband but fits perfectly on me. You can't wear glasses underneath it as a heads up, they definitely work though! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Sandy
I bought these as a gift, as I already have a pair that I love. I have no problems cutting onions now!Published 12 days ago by Wendy Helsel-Just
These actually do work. I recently moved to a new state in the Midwest, where onions are MUCH more pungent & harsh than they were back in the South - I can't chop 75% of one... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Audrey