I believe this was discussed in his first thread here: https://laserpointerforums.com/thre...ght-beam-lower-risk-laser.106929/post-1583625Explain "distant objects" and what type of "scenery"
Thank you everyone for your replies, I understand that for this situation the goggles are not mandatory, but it is good to have.
I plan to buy a laser from Sanwu Laser website, I see they sell EAGLE PAIR goggles, are they the real deal? I am from Romania and can't find good goggles in my country.
For 1W laser can u recommend, for lack of a better term, a cool lookin pair?please tell us that you have proper eye protection..
1W is 1W day or night
The risk is increased because our eyes adjust to the dark which allows more light (or laser) to enter
I will bet if you have any problem it will be with the police....if called they must investigate.
btw ...do you plan to post an intro in our welcome section???
that would be nice
plus if your location is in its title as well at your profile... members near you can get in contact.
greetz & welcome==hk
Yes the Eagle safety glasses are great for this hobby, many folks here have them. Go to Survival Lasers international site , click on safety goggles scroll down to the bottom of the page on the left hand side those are what you want.