- Features an optical density five or greater and are CE and ISO certified
- Create a sharper orange colored image of the sun
- Filters out 100% of harmful ultra-violet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light
- Absolutely safe for direct solar viewing
- Includes a glasses lanyard and a micro fiber pouch for storing and cleaning your Eclipse Shades®. Made in the USA
Plastic Eclipse Glasses - Eclipse Shades - Wrap Around Goggle - CE and ISO certified - Includes (2) Bonus Eclipse Shades - Made in USA
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Our New Plastic Eclipse Glasses Wrap Around Goggles have the same high quality and protective optics you have come to know and enjoy in our paper Eclipse Shades®. The extra wide temples and shield above the nose bridge eliminate most ambient light leaks. This will put you in a truely dark viewing environment. We know you will appreciate the quality. All come with a money back guarantee if there is ever an issue or problem with one of our products. These new Eclipse Glasses are pristine, and you will love them...as a matter of fact, please let us know. We need your feedback. It even gets better, we will include two pair of our paper glasses with each order...as we always say "Make a Friend!" all of our solar viewing products are CE and ISO certified. Includes a glasses lanyard and a micro fiber pouch for storing and cleaning your Eclipse Shades®. Eclipse 2017 Map Image Compliments of Michel Zeiler, Great American Eclipse Made in the USA
Top customer reviews
All are fine for solar viewing (eclipse or not); if you go with welding glasses/filter, NASA recommends ~13 or ~14 shade (between the two, I'd go with the 14).
The Rainbow plastic glasses have plastic lenses, though a bit thicker than the film in the cardboard googles; the sun is seen the same through them, in an dark orange color.
The Weldcote filter lens is glass, and in 4.5 x 5.25" is large enough to cover a SLR camera lens; can be used fine for direct observation, but I plan to use it for taking pictures through it.
The Phillips have glass lenses and have the best protection against light leaks (around or under lens). Cardboard googles are the worst.
Through the Weldcote filter and Phillips welding glases you'll see the sun green, and a bit more bright than through the Rainbow Eclipse Glasses and cardboards.
Kids like more the green glasses/filter :-)