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Hello, I want to buy a good laser goggles that can protect me from 1 watt 445 nm laser. I do not want to lose my vision. please add links to
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Eagle Pair® 190-540nm Standard Laser Safety Goggles
Goggles are definitely a priority.
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Eagle Pair® 190-540nm Standard Laser Safety Goggles
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Thanks, Is this goggle glass or plastic ?
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Check these out, http:// http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/arg-filter-laser-googles-180-532nm-od7-2-new-91345.html#post1327348, they are posted in the BST section right now.
They look like good goggles at a great price!

BTW - EaglePair are also a very good choice.
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The ARG filters carry ANSI and CE protective ratings.
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Question Re: Need to buy goggles

Hey all, I'm also wanting to purchase a decent pair of goggles for use with a 1.4W 445nm (WL S3 Arctic). I know they come with a pair, but would rather trust my vision to an Eagle Pair or other reputable goggles. I did notice that the standard $41 Eagle Pair states it is for use with lasers that "Do Not" produce significant amounts of 1064nm infrared light.
So my question is, does anyone know if there is much UV or IR risk from WL products? More specifically with the S3 1.4W.
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Hey all, I'm also wanting to purchase a decent pair of goggles for use with a 1.4W 445nm (WL S3 Arctic). I know they come with a pair, but would rather trust my vision to an Eagle Pair or other reputable goggles. I did notice that the standard $41 Eagle Pair states it is for use with lasers that "Do Not" produce significant amounts of 1064nm infrared light.
So my question is, does anyone know if there is much UV or IR risk from WL products? More specifically with the S3 1.4W.
Much Thanks!

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445's do not emit any IR or other freaky invisible wavelengths, 532 green and other dpss lasers that are pumped with an IR diodes can emit some leaky IR if they do not have an IR filter, which is a common trait of cheap greenies.

If its direct diode and in the specified wavelength for the glasses, you should be safe. Keep in mind that glasses are a last resort, so don't be silly just because you have glasses.
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Hey all, I'm also wanting to purchase a decent pair of goggles for use with a 1.4W 445nm (WL S3 Arctic). I know they come with a pair, but would rather trust my vision to an Eagle Pair or other reputable goggles. I did notice that the standard $41 Eagle Pair states it is for use with lasers that "Do Not" produce significant amounts of 1064nm infrared light.
So my question is, does anyone know if there is much UV or IR risk from WL products? More specifically with the S3 1.4W.
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There is no danger or risk from 445nm wavelength, 445 nm is considered safe, the risk of UV exposure starts from < 390 nm which is UVB. I was confused at the beginning, I paid $ 35 to askadoctor because I was afraid of skin cancer, the specialist told do not worry, you can only lose your vision if any direct or reflected exposure occurs. For the goggles I purchased a $ 30 goggles with 2 filters one protects from the green and blue, the other protects from red and blue lasers, I tested it and it blocks most of the radiation, however; you can't see the laser clearly which indicates that they are safe and will provide a good protection. I tested it on 2w M140 laser module.

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Thanks 3Pig and moh17. Cool, I guess I'll be going with the standard Eagle Pair then
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Are you guys saying you don't need goggles from 445nm? because my eyes hurt like hell even after 3-4 seconds of looking at the light coming from laser (not even looking at the dot on the wall, it's so damn bright that whole room lights up).
Mine's a 2w 445nm with G-2 Lens.

or in 445nm case is it enough if i use sunglasses just to darken the bright light?
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sun glasses may be good for darkening, but it will also darken everything else too. They won't protect from a direct hit or reflection but will provide darkness. They even may give a dangerous false sense of security. Be careful.
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There is no danger or risk from 445nm wavelength, 445 nm is considered safe, the risk of UV exposure starts from < 390 nm which is UVB.
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In all honesty I'm very dissapointed with my Eagle Pair safety googles. I get the same eye strain and discomfort with or without them on when using 445nm lasers over 1w.
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