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Looking for tested BAD 630-700nm goggles

DJNY

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I have good ones, so please don´t recommend them here.

I´m looking for glasses which are able to reduce the output by around 80-90%.

I can hardly see the dot with mine. It´s a PITA for taking indoor pictures so I rarely use them when taking red laser pictures.


Thanks for any helpful suggestions :beer:
 
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how much are you looking to spend? I've tried several lasershields, and I particularly like the labspec ones from laserglow (same brand i think in fact) 20% off for us use LPFGOGS at checkout. I think I've seen a few nice ones on ebay recently too.
 
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how much are you looking to spend? I've tried several lasershields, and I particularly like the labspec ones from laserglow (same brand i think in fact) 20% off for us use LPFGOGS at checkout. I think I've seen a few nice ones on ebay recently too.
But these are GOOD, aren´t they?

I´m looking for BAD goggles. Maybe spending $5-10 is enough for the goggles I´m searching for.
 
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define bad. are we talking weaker? or are we talking ones that don't block at all that you plan to destroy? goggles come in various grades. you don't need OD7 for a 10mW laser for example. use an OD1.5 or something instead. don't sacrifice quality for cheapness. get something sturdy. LG is just an example, i'm not saying to buy them, i'm just giving you ideas. I have OD 7 for green, but I use a lower power pair for weaker lasers.

that and your first post is semi confusing...
 
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No I don´t plan to destroy them. I will need them to reduce a 300-500mW beam to about 30-50mW.
 

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Probably want something OD 1.5 ish it sounds like. That would be typical for up to around 150 mW.
 

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Yeah but WTB them?

I don´t want to spend +$50 for such goggles of course.

I need something like the crap-goggles which came with the first Arctic batches.
 

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Would be awesome.

Otherwise I just gonna order some dirt cheap chinese goggles.
 

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Bump :)

I´m still looking for bad glasses only reducing output by factor 10 or so
 
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Thanks a lot!

Where are the guys always telling `these* goggles are bad, don´t buy them´ :whistle:


*I´m exactly looking for these
 
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Well don't use bad goggles. There is a difference between weak attenuation and bad quality.
 




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