The Total Solar Eclipse is happening in just a few weeks on August 21st, and Safety Glasses are in HIGH demand! If you are interested in using safe solar glasses you need to order quickly to make sure you get them in time.
Millions of people across the country will be able see one of nature’s most amazing spectacles — a total eclipse of the Sun as the the Moon completely blocks the Sun. It’s a rare occurrence that is not to be missed AND a great teaching moment for kids. BUT, you need to be prepared with safety precautions! Purchasing the correct eyewear to watch a solar eclipse is important. Normal sunglasses will not protect from the intense rays when the moon passes over the sun. These custom eclipse glasses are made with scratch resistant black polymer material with an optical density of 5 or greater. This ensures that you will have the best viewing experience. Don’t miss the first USA total solar eclipse in 38 years.
When will you be able to see the Solar Eclipse from where you are? Here is a great map to help you plan your viewing.
Solar Eclipse Glasses Information:
- Safe Solar Viewing – CE and ISO Certified
- Safely view the spectacular eclipse on August 21, 2017
- CE and ISO certified safe glasses
- Glasses sold in 15 packs, and informational Solar Eclipse Book available
- Supplies are limited, so order now to be sure you’re ready for this event!
They are also offering FREE SHIPPING. No coupon code required. Hurry and order yours today!
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Cynthia R says
We plan on watching, both of us have never seen one before!
Hannah C says
Those are some awesome glasses!
Sarah L says
Our museum of Science & Nature sells the authorized kind of glasses.
Everyone is so excited about this one. My daughter is REALLY anticipating the event.
I need some glasses, I hope to get some in time! Seems I have no idea which ones are best for us, etc. Glad you shared this post, perhaps I can order some in time!
I so wish we could drive to see the full eclipse. Unfortunately the kids have a back-to-school night on that evening and we’d never make it back!
Heather Johnson says
My kiddos are only 2 and 5, so we will be hiding inside during the eclipse. We do plan to watch coverage on TV.