I'm in touch with Sperian about reflective goggles.
Also, the urological practice I work at uses an 80W 532nm system for prostectamies - I've talked to the director of surgery to see if they have a contract with a company for safety equipment. If they do, I may be able to get goggles via the company contract. I'll post again when she follows up.
Quick check of my red enhancement glasses, and at 405nm.
Not much light passes through the red plastic.
Output: 30uW, or less (quick measurement with my 3Watt Ophir Head, Vega meter.
Therefore OD of them at 405nm ~ 2 to 3.
I have a pair of those I had ordered from Laserglow for a couple of years. If anyone is curious the "style 34" includes a nice case, prescription lens adapter, neck strap, and cleaning cloth. I'm assuming the ones directly from OEM linked above come with the same accessories (just not Laserglow branded). They are very nice quality - MUCH better than some of the uncertified cheap junk ones I've seen.
Yes. I just got a set, and they're really quite comfy. A little snug, but they're new. Check out the link in post #2. You want style 60. I do believe there is a group buy going on right now that could save you some money. Oh, and in the link, the ones pictured are white. Mine came in black, like the ones above. Much better, IMO, but then I didn't buy them for looks.
Here's a pic of them with the style 700 medium fit overs.
Edit - The cases really are quite nice. I'll post a more comprehensive review when I get a chance.
asking them if they still supplied glasses for WL . . .
"We have been one of their suppliers in the past. I do not know what goggles they supply now, but here are the spec sheets for the appropriate goggles for a 445nm laser. AL2 would be to reduce the beam energy but to still allow some spot to be visible, where the ARG is for full attenuation."