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Default goggles that protect from blu-ray,green,AND red?

i am wondering if these would suffice for this need as i don't feel like buying three different pairs of goggles..

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Those don't protect against red or blu-ray. And I have had bad experience with zonestealth laser safety goggles.

I would highly recommend NOVAsheilds for all your green, blue and blu-ray needs, and then a pair of WL lasershades for red lasers.

It would be very expensive to purchase goggles that protect against 650-660, 532, and 405nm all at once without blocking out all other visible light as well.
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haha very true, then again i could always just close my eyes. ;D
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http://store.oemlasersystems.com/ you can get wide band safety goggles here.
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Certified goggles that is.
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http://store.oemlasersystems.com/ind...roducts_id=246
I have one of these,they are great,the protection for red is not that good(1.5),but enough to protect me for any reflection of my 318mW red laser.To get a discount on it,enter this coupon for LPF members NOR200801
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I have one of these,they are great,the protection for red is not that good(1.5),but enough to protect me for any reflection of my 318mW red laser.To get a discount on it,enter this coupon for LPF members NOR200801
Yeah, even a direct hit from your 318mW will be attenuated to 10.05mW. Granted, not classIIIa range any more, but still a decent attenuation.
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goggles that protect against all wavelnghts are call eye lids!!!!
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sounds good to me
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if you had goggles that block all wavelenghts then it woud be black, no light coming in
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yes..haha but i don't want to block just the primary colors. lol
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Protected Wavelengths: 473nm, 532nm, 635nm and 650nm Optical Density of 2, 3, 2, 2 respectively
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it would really suck for your laser to be alittle hot or cold and wonder into +/- 5 nm from expected wavelength and blind you
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Protected Wavelengths: 473nm, 532nm, 635nm and 650nm Optical Density of 2, 3, 2, 2 respectively
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Yeah, that's pretty much the same VLT as your eyelids. The main drawback of broadband goggles is their poor VLT.
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