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i agree IE, these are better than nothing but personally these will never be my main pair, EVER


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Default Re: Cheap Safety Goggles Destructive Test: Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000

I have gone through IDK, about 30 pairs of these goggles now and every single one tested out to be identical or at least as close as I can possibly tell. The brightness of a 445nm dot even from a 3W laser is (IMO) not even close to damagingly bright at point blank range on white surfaces. I place a pair of goggles as insufficient when you are left with lines or dots in your vision when you turn the laser off, which I have not noticed from these.

I'm sure an Eagle pair would block a little more but I find it hard to say that these aren't going to protect you. You could take a direct hit from a reflection and your eyes would not take instant damage, maybe a little cumulative damage if it happened constantly but short of that your eyes would be safe (IMO of course). Even at a perfect focal point with a 3W 445nm the laser cannot burn through close to fast enough for you reaction to move out of the way or turn off the laser. I would never suggest taking a direct hit even with an Eagle Pair.

Personally, I feel safe passing the S0360Xs out to my friends when we are messing with 445s and 532s(or 520s now :P). I ask my friends to notify me if they ever get a headache while using a laser for extended periods with goggles on and nobody has ever said a word.

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Pointed my own 1.5W 445nm laser at a GITD surface behind these goggles with the laser set to infinity (or as close to infinity as I could manage) and let it sit for a full 15 seconds. There is a melted/distorted rectangle approx~.6cm where the beam was hitting the lens, and after turning off the laser there was a very clear profile of the goggles where the GITD surface had not been stimulated by the lasers light. I think that if it reduces it to the point where the GITD surface doesn't register it, for a full 15 seconds, then it's safe enough for most lasers 405nm~445nm that are under 2W.
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Pointed my own 1.5W 445nm laser at a GITD surface behind these goggles with the laser set to infinity (or as close to infinity as I could manage) and let it sit for a full 15 seconds. There is a melted/distorted rectangle approx~.6cm where the beam was hitting the lens, and after turning off the laser there was a very clear profile of the goggles where the GITD surface had not been stimulated by the lasers light. I think that if it reduces it to the point where the GITD surface doesn't register it, for a full 15 seconds, then it's safe enough for most lasers 405nm~445nm that are under 2W.
I found something quite similar as well. I use the GITD silicone tail clicky caps as lens covers and usually when hit with my 2W 445 they will light a room. I stuck a pair of the S0360Xs in between the cap and the laser and it didn't gain even the slightest amount of glow.

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It's still not insignificant, and better than nothing - typical cheapie red lasers are ~200mW-300mW and certainly a 30mW hit is preferable to a 300mW one.

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It's still not insignificant, and better than nothing - typical cheapie red lasers are ~200mW-300mW and certainly a 30mW hit is preferable to a 300mW one.

Shame though... definitely can't actually recommend or use them.
That's saying that they reduced the output by 90% bro. They let 90% through lol.

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That's saying that they reduced the output by 90% bro. They let 90% through lol.

I'm not done with my search just yet though. I will find a reliable supply of a cheap but effective goggle for the longer wavelengths...
D'oh! you wrote by "by" my wishful thinking brain read "to"
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10% Reduction? Maybe O-like should order some and sell those. Would still be a step up from their current ones.
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Im on the search with you apex.....I think im going to order a few diferent pairs tomorrow and test them now that I built my 650nm
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Default Re: Cheap Safety Goggles Destructive Test: Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000

Just got 4pairs of these in from amazon, the ones linked to in first post. I have a 532nm 150mw and these for me make the dot very small even on white paper up close and the beam is completely invisible. I have a 1.6w blue on the way and after seeing the tests i all feel comfortable using these with it, even though the packaging on the lasers says not to use them to protect from laser light

Here's a link to their spec sheet on specific SCT tints, page 11 is the SCT orange, where it states they block ~99% of wavelengths 0-540nm
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Default Re: Cheap Safety Goggles Destructive Test: Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000

Just bear in mind in using these goggles with green lasers, they will not protect against IR, and most cheap green lasers will not be IR filtered.

Goggles are a last line of defense against accidents. Like seatbelts. Having a pair on is no excuse to be reckless.

Laser safety is much more dependent just on forethought and common sense.

I don't mean to sound patronizing btw...
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Default Re: Cheap Safety Goggles Destructive Test: Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000

well, i wear these while burning with my 1.6w 445nm and im left with a spot in my vision for a lil while after. will i still have that effect if i were to stare at the dot through a set of eagle pair?
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Are you sure they are the exact same pair? The Uvex S0360X goggles I use leave less dot with a 3W 445nm on white paper 6 inches away than white on my computer screen leaves. This is the same with all 30 or so pairs I have tested and sold. Care to show me a link of the ones you bought?
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Ive just bought a dozen of a different set of glasses. Im going to test them all once they arrive and if they fair well, then ill be buying many more and selling them for probably $5-6 shipped. Ill be testing every set I sell as QC measures. If a pair doesnt pass then ill destroy them
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Default Re: Cheap Safety Goggles Destructive Test: Uvex S0360X Ultra-spec 2000

When burning, the dot itself, where the material is burning up, can be quite bright.

If what you're describing is seeing an after image, (just as you would from looking at anything else that is bright, say a lightbulb), the effect would be basically the same with the eagle pair goggles.

As always, I suggest if you are worried, get your eyes checked out, and get yourself certified goggles.
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