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Hi,
I want to buy an 1.5w 445nm laser. Where can I get protection goggles for less than 40$?
Are this safety goggles good?:
Green, Blue & UV Laser Safety Glasses & Goggles | Dragon Lasers
And when I wear safety goggles, what is the safety distance to aim the laser?
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Default Re: Laser protection goggles

Well, if you have not yet bought your actual 1.5 Watt beast, I suggest buying a set of goggles that come bundled with the laser of your choosing. This is obviously dependent on the site that you are buying from, but i dont think there is any site that sells ultra-powerful lasers without also selling goggles.

Alternativley, you can just go to Lazerer and pick up a set of goggles of your choosing. With shipping included, it shouldn't cost more than 40$.

And to answer your last auestion, while wearing goggles, you can power your laser from any distance - through goggle vision, even a 1.5 Watt beast will appear like a broken-down keychain pointer (5-10mW transmision through the goggles, depending on the exact model.
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Default Re: Laser protection goggles

Oh, sh*t, i've only just noticed you gave a link to the actual goggles you wanted to buy...
Looking at them, they should go well with a laser of 445nM wavelength, since the goggles offer UV to Green protection, and the color blue (445nM wavelength) sits right inbetween the two in the visible light spectrum, ant thus, right in the goggles' area of protection.

Plus, if you want to buy your actual laser from Dragon Lasers as well, you could really save on shipping.
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I assume you're linking those goggles because you're buying your laser from Dragon Lasers as well? If not, link us the laser that you are buying so we can tell you if it's of good quality or not. Those safety goggles are good although they're obviously not the best out there. No need to worry, they'll do the trick.

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And to answer your last auestion, while wearing goggles, you can power your laser from any distance - through goggle vision, even a 1.5 Watt beast will appear like a broken-down keychain pointer (5-10mW transmision through the goggles, depending on the exact model.
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Default Re: Laser protection goggles

These have been tested to protect against 405nm, 445nm and 532nm. Only $10 a pair.

Uvex S1933X Skyper Safety Eyewear, Black Frame, SCT-Orange UV Extreme Anti-Fog Lens - Amazon.com
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These have been tested to protect against 405nm, 445nm and 532nm. Only $10 a pair.

Uvex S1933X Skyper Safety Eyewear, Black Frame, SCT-Orange UV Extreme Anti-Fog Lens - Amazon.com
Thank you all for commenting...

What do you say about the goggles in the quote? (sorry for not trusting you, I want some more recommendations if I buy something cheap)
And what do you say about those:
http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/fs...2-a-80643.html

And I going to buy the laser in this forum. This is the thread:
http://laserpointerforums.com/f39/sa...0-a-78452.html
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Default Re: Laser protection goggles

You could as well get those.

Read this thread:
Cheap Safety Goggles Destructive Test: Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000 - Laser Pointers
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Default Re: Laser protection goggles

Well, I decided to take two pairs of goggles from DragonLasers and not to risk my eyes
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