|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||15 x 8 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||656578|
|Finish||Scratch Resistant Black Polymer|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Soluna Solar Eclipse Glasses - CE and ISO Certified Safe Shades for Direct Sun Viewing, (10 Pack)
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- Soluna glasses are made in the USA by the NASA approved manufacturer American Paper Optics, and are recognized as ISO-compliant by the American Astronomical Society. These glasses will filter 100% of harmful ultra-violet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light.
- CE AND ISO CERTIFIED FOR DIRECT SUN VIEWING - These glasses have been independently tested to meet the latest standards for direct sun viewing safety. This allows you to watch the total solar eclipse with absolute confidence in your eye safety.
- OPTIMIZED FOR MAXIMUM VIEWING PLEASURE - These eclipse viewing glasses are manufactured exclusively with scratch resistant Black Polymer material and have an optical density of 5 or greater. This ensures that you will have the best viewing experience.
- Don’t miss this once in a lifetime event - Soluna solar eclipse glasses will allow you to fully experience an event
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You will remember where you were for the total solar eclipse on august 21, 2017. Do not risk a poor experience by purchasing substandard solar eclipse eye protection. Trust your eyes to cu and is certified Solana solar eclipse glasses that are made in the USA. When an opportunity for an experience such as this comes along, you do not want to leave your safety and enjoyment to chance with cheap knock off glasses. Our glasses are made in the USA with the highest quality materials, and are cu end is 12312-2:2015 certified for direct sun viewing. This means that you can fully enjoy the experience of the total solar eclipse without worrying about whether your cheap glasses are providing your eyes with adequate protection. Maximize your total eclipse viewing pleasure you will experience strange things as we approach totality. Take the time to observe your surroundings. The sky will display an eerie feeling of nightfall, but with areas of light. The environment will change, animals will react differently, and you may experience a sudden drop in temperature. By choosing the Solana solar eclipse high quality viewing shades, you will be able to experience the total solar eclipse to its maximum potential.
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Before ordering these, I checked the NASA website to get any information they had on the upcoming solar eclipse. They have the manufacturer of these glasses, (American Paper Optics), as one of the few that have actually certified their product for viewing of the eclipse. That gives me peace of mind.
I'm happy with my purchase, and and confident that these glasses will keep my eyes protected while viewing this amazing upcoming eclipse.
Edited to add , be careful who you buy from. As I said they shipped from China. I received them and comparing them with the ones I ordered directly from the company the difference is outstanding. The difference in the lenses jumps to the eye.
I first checked the NASA website to see what I should look for in eclipse glasses. The site stresses that (other than the short period of time of "total eclipse" when the moon FULLY covers the sun) protective glasses or solar viewers are absolutely necessary for safe eclipse viewing. Also, that just wearing regular sunglasses (no matter how dark the lenses) was not enough and could endanger your eyes. They recommended only buying eclipse glasses that have applied for and received certification for meeting the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard. These glasses have that certification and the manufacturer, American Paper Optics, was one of the few listed on the NASA site. The fact that they were one of the few mentioned on NASA's site and are made in the USA influenced my decision to buy these over some others listed.
I obviously can't evaluate their effectiveness in viewing the stages of an eclipse until August 21, but I have tried just looking directly at the sun briefly with them on and they work fine. For cardboard glasses, they fit comfortably enough. At the glasses' temple, there are fold marks that allow you to crease them to shorten the ear stem for smaller heads (TIP: Once you've folded in that temple crease to fit them more comfortably on smaller heads, I'd suggest wrapping a bit of tape around that fold to secure that shorter temple length in order to keep the glasses from slipping).
NOTE: I'd ordered these a couple of months prior to the eclipse. Since that time, I've read that many of the eclipse glasses sold on Amazon are fake imports and not safe for use. The ones I received from American Paper Optics ARE stamped with the ISO safety seal and were one of the manufacturers recommended by NASA. An additional safety check per the "experts" is to hold your glasses up to a strong artificial light source (a bright lamp or lightbulb). You should NOT be able to detect ANY light coming through the lens of the glasses. The glasses I received were authentic and safe.