The countdown is on. 7 days to The Great American Eclipse. Nasa has issued safety tips for viewing. They also provide a list for reputable glasses and other protective gear (telescope lens,etc.) that meet their guidelines. You can see the full list here.
If you are like me and have waited until the last minute, you are finding that most of them are out of stock or way over priced.
After much research, I have found glasses that are available and affordable. Both sets for children and adults are available on Amazon. The adult glasses are on back order but will be back in stock on the 16th and have the option for free 2-day shipping (with prime)
Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses are ideal for viewing the partial phases of an Eclipse. Please contact us for wholesale pricing.
Schools and Educational Facilities: Lunt Solar offer discounted educational packages to qualifying schools and educators. Contact Lunt Solar to discuss your educational requirements. Check our upcoming resource area for downloadable posters, books, and educational giveaways. (coming soon)
BEFORE EACH USE: Check front and back of each lens for damage such as scratches, pinholes or separation from frame. If damaged, cut into small pieces and discard. DO NOT attempt to clean or disinfect (under general conditions of use this should not be necessary).
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: Wear your Eclipse Glasses to protect your eyes from solar radiation any time you look directly at the Sun or the Sun’s reflection. When looking at a solar eclipse, use your Eclipse Glasses whenever ANY PART of the Sun, no matter how small, is visible. This product should not be used with any other optical appliances such as cameras, telescopes or binoculars. This product is NOT a toy. Children should use only with adult supervision.
WARNING: NEVER LOOK AT THE SUN WITHOUT SPECIAL EYE PROTECTION.
DO NOT USE IF DAMAGED. Using damaged Eclipse Glasses can result in severe eye injury.
Our Eclipse Glasses are absolutely safe for direct viewing of the sun and solar eclipses.
Certified Safety. SUNGlasses meet the ISO 12312-2 (2015) international standard for solar viewers and are CE certified which meets the transmission requirements of scale 12-16 of EN 169/1992
Protect your eyes. Eclipse SUNglasses filter out 100% of harmful ultra-violet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light.
Scan the QR code for our Eclipse Viewing and Safety Guide with scientific and safety information for the best eclipse experience.
These premium filters create a sharp orange-colored image of the sun.
The backside is printed with safety information (English translation only). The frame is heavy card stock.