Old 11-17-2009, 08:30 PM #1
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Default Goggles

Hello.. guys
Help me !

I need Goggles.


These Goggles.
How different?.
I want to protect the eye and Not focus on beauty.
Where should I buy from?
In reasonable price and not too expensive.

Laser Safety :: Dragon Lasers
Wicked Lasers OEM Goggles

For me ,money and eyes. Valuable and rare.
I should use with caution.

Thank you


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The 190-548nm goggles of the first link look fine, OD 4 is good for anything that the goggles can take without melting of breaking, I'd say don't use with class IV but for the rest it looks nice.

I can only find a rating for the sports goggles of WL, OD 2 is only good up to 100mw, maybe stretch is a little higher, but not that much. But the WL sports goggles are the AL2 goggles from NoIR, and those are EN 207 rated, but only R3 532. A little wierd, but they're pricey, for $100 I think there's better available. (R means long pulse, D means CW protection)

So, considering the cheap: the dragon lasers goggles are rated and provided with an OD chart, looks good.
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