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Vintage Goggles Still Working

Eidetical

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These are the goggles I've collected and/or used over the years, and most are still good. Holographers rarely wear goggles because they generally work with lower-powered and/or expanded beams from bolted-down lasers with light control baffles all over the place, but I have to keep them available to satisfy the state. When needing to look at a bright spot, I find it more convenient to grab a pair of polarizers (an educational set in 4" diameter ring mounts) that I can look through and adjust to the density I want.

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lasingfox

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the spectrogard ones are lovely! i briefly had two pairs but it seems they are very rare.. i've only ever seen 4 in existence including the one in your archive... they are great for ion lasers :) did yours have some sort of crud on the back side of the filter? both the ones I got had the same sort of crust that was very difficult to remove..
 

Eidetical

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the spectrogard ones are lovely! i briefly had two pairs but it seems they are very rare.. i've only ever seen 4 in existence including the one in your archive... they are great for ion lasers :) did yours have some sort of crud on the back side of the filter? both the ones I got had the same sort of crust that was very difficult to remove..
Yeah, I also have two pairs of those and both have similar issues.
 




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