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Default 445nm Protection

ok so I've been looking for some safety glasses for a while and these caught my eye.

my question is will this be the correct protection rating for a 445nm laser?

100-20-110 190-532 nm KTP and Argon Laser Safety Glasses


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Yeah, kinda big protection. OD6

For cheaper I can recommend the eagle pair. It is OD4 by the way.
Unless you'll be working with >10W lasers, the eagle pair will suffice.

BUT I'd quote both... the link you refered seems like a OEM L.S. goggle... higher OD @ 50% VLT means good goggles, IF IT IS quality made.
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Yeah, kinda big protection. OD6

For cheaper I can recommend the eagle pair. It is OD4 by the way.
Unless you'll be working with >10W lasers, the eagle pair will suffice.

BUT I'd quote both... the link you refered seems like a OEM L.S. goggle... higher OD @ 50% VLT means good goggles, IF IT IS quality made.
Yeah I'm absolutely not gonna be working with >10W lasers

Price is not too much of a concern when it comes to my vision, although these are definitely pricier than what I've seen out there.

I just wanted to get something that was qaulity

I will look into the pair you mentioned, do you have a link?
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Survival Laser International Home
or Survival Laser USA Home if you're in the usa.

Go at "safety" and look for Eagle PairŪ 190-540nm Standard Laser Safety Goggles. I have those and they are perfect... even for direct hits (zero blue/green light after goggles).

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thanks for the link

I'm going to pick up a pair of these
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