We have received this question enough that it is time for a blog post about it. Here goes:
Here is the straight scoop on what the glasses actually do. You cannot look directly at the Sun, because even if it is covered up 99%, you will blind yourself due to … Read More »
We are getting this question a lot, now that the news media has come out with lots of stories about counterfeit or knockoff brand glasses, and the dangers of using glasses that do not meet the ISO 12312-2:2015 standard.
We don’t know what you’ll get with other companies’ glasses, but … Read More »
We had a question about where the best viewing location would be in Hawaii. But Hawaii is not in the path of totality, so from there one will only see a partial eclipse. This means they have to use eye protection for the whole eclipse. For the partial eclipse in … Read More »
The eclipse glasses contain a very special filter material that is ISO certified to be completely safe for direct solar viewing. So, as long as … Read More »
Why are they called “eclipse glasses”? Do you need them if you’re in the path? What about if you’re not in the path?
(You WILL need them – get … Read More »