Lunt Solar Systems Solar / Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses (5-Pack)

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Lunt Solar Systems
Lunt Solar Systems Solar / Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses (5-Pack)

5

Pack

Key Features
  • ISO 12312-2 for Safe Solar Viewing
  • Blocks 99.999% of Intense Visible Light
  • 100% Protection from UV and IR Radiation
  • Scratch-Resistant Lens Material
With this 5-pack of the Lunt Solar Systems Solar / Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses you and your friends and family can safely view the sun at any time. Each pair, using the proprietary "Black Polymer" film, is ISO-certified for safe direct solar viewing under the 12312-2 standard — blocking 100% of harmful ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) radiation while filtering out greater than 99.99% of intense visible light. The frames are made of heavy card-stock with two creases that allow the ear pieces to be folded at different points so you can customize the glasses for regular or narrow faces.
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Important Notice

  • This item is nonreturnable.
SAFETY FIRST: Observing the Sun without the proper protection may result in serious personal injury, including permanent eye damage and blindness, and/or damage to equipment. Never point an optic at the sun without an approved solar filter on the front of the optic. For direct solar viewing, viewing the sun through an optic, or when using cameras with an optical viewfinder, ensure your filter is ISO 12312-2 (also written as ISO 12312-2:2015) certified. Never use photographic neutral density filters for direct solar viewing, viewing the sun through an optic, or when using cameras with an optical viewfinder.

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Lunt Solar Systems LSEGLASSES5 Overview

With this 5-pack of the Lunt Solar Systems Solar / Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses you and your friends and family can safely view the sun at any time. Each pair, using the proprietary "Black Polymer" film, is ISO-certified for safe direct solar viewing under the 12312-2 standard — blocking 100% of harmful ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) radiation while filtering out greater than 99.99% of intense visible light. The frames are made of heavy card-stock with two creases that allow the ear pieces to be folded at different points so you can customize the glasses for regular or narrow faces.

UPC: 814393024617

Lunt Solar Systems LSEGLASSES5 Specs

Packaging Info
Package Weight0.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)16 x 2 x 0.5"
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Are these glasses Nasa certified
Asked by: Anonymous
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Answered by: DavidProd- G.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Do these glasses expire over time, or will the same glasses I bought for 2017 eclipse be ok for the next eclipse in 2024?
Asked by: Rhonda H.
As long as they are undamaged without any scratches they should be fine.
Answered by: Michael K.
Date published: 2018-08-27

question

The Lunt glasses I got in this 5-pack are described as ISO 12312-2 certified, but that is not printed on the glasses themselves. Should I trust this?
Asked by: Joshua B.
Check left side ear piece back side, second to last sentence.
Answered by: Kendra D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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If I wear these glasses during the eclipse to take photos with my Nikon D7000, do I need tp get a special solar filter for the camera also?
Asked by: Steve Jones
DO NOT use any kind of optic lens (camera, binocular or telescope) wearing eclipse glasses. The lens concentrates the light and the eclipse glasses are not made for the magnification/concentration of light. Use a filter specifically made on the front end of lens, be sure you know very well what you are doing. It is dangerous business looking at the sun, even with eye protection, when you are using lenses. It must be used properly.
Answered by: Cary D.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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The Lunt glasses have the ISO certification on them, but I'm seeing reports that these glasses are being recalled because they aren't safe. Are all Lunt glasses affected?
Asked by: Stephani S.
B&H and Lunt are singled out as reputable by the American Astronomical Society
Answered by: Chaim R.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Are these NASA certified?
Asked by: Jennifer M.
I don't see anything about NASA approved in any of the text on these glasses, but there is a statement on them that reads Meets the 2015 Transmission Safety Requirements of ISO 12312-2 for direct Solar Viewing.
Answered by: Craig W.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Can these solar eclipse glasses be worn over prescription glasses? I am near sighted so I would need both.
Asked by: Anthony
Please do not follow the suggestion from Scott T., suggesting the use of regular binoculars. Although he was likely just trying to be helpful, NASA has warned very clearly that you can damage your eyesight by looking at the sun through binoculars (or a camera) even with eclipse glasses covering your eyes. A special filter must be put on regular binoculars, or you need to purchase a pair of binoculars that are especially designed for eclipse viewing. However, you can put approved eclipse viewing glasses over prescription glasses. It is the magnification function of binoculars that creates the problem unless the binoculars themselves are filtered.
Answered by: Karen M.
Date published: 2018-08-27

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Is it ok to wear my contact lenses with these glasses?
Asked by: Ann D.
Yes. These glasses don't change eye prescription at all. Just filter out light.
Answered by: Carl F.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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