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Look like "O" rings you can find at HD or Auto store.

Nice pictures btw. :cool: :cool: :cool:
 
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If i'm not mistaken those are the red lasers that he sells on his website, so he made it not baught it and I'm pretty sure that's not the core.
As for the goggles it's one of the only things wicked sells that are actually of reasonable price.
 
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yea, when i buy from nova i am stuck between buying their goggles or placing a separate order with wicked lasers for the goggles.
 

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Those aren't WL lasershades, (the red protecting ones) the sport series are OD2+, his are OD5+
And WL lasershades only cover from 630 to 650nm, his cover from 606 to 694nm.
 

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Well it depends on how much you want to see the dot of your laser and wether you want sport style glasses or nerdy ones.:p
If you want sport style then you'd have to go with nova only you wouldn't be able to see the dot as much as you would with the lasershades, but the green lasershades don't come in sport style.  :-/
 

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Doesn't pointing lasers at their goggles damage the goggles? Think about it, those goggles are meant to absorb light of that specific wavelength, so won't that burn little holes in the protecting layer in the goggles?
 

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If I point my laser at my DL goggles for long enough, I can see a melty-shifty pattern on the wall, like you get when you melt plastic with a laser. So some goggles definitely absorb light.
 




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