Simple enough... poor coverage from the sides, top or bottom of the goggles.Riddle me this"
The guy was wearing his laser glasses at all times- but he took a reflected his into his eye anyway--how could this happen?
Good to know I'm not the only one.Now now Professor Hak... my answer is 100% correct. If the goggle edges are flush with the skin, there is nowhere for the beam to enter under/around the goggles in the first place
Bigger mistake that I have made, is forgetting to swap goggles, between using 445 and 650 sets
Yeah I mean like my friend go to almost blinded because she didn't want to wear the goggles thankfully I turned the laser off in the nick of time this event scared her and now she does not get my into my room before I give her the goggles(I have 2 pairs both OD6 from survival lasers and one OD4+ for red lasers) Guys always wear goggles.It happens to all of us