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Our eclipse glasses are certified to meet all safety standards for direct solar viewing and are produced in the USA by American Paper Optics.
- Eclipse Keepsake: Includes graphics and dates of the Annular Eclipse on Oct 14, 2023, and the Total Solar Eclipse on April 8, 2024 on opposite side panels to serve as a keepsake after the events.
- ISO-CERTIFIED SOLAR SAFE: Certified to comply with the ISO 12312-2 international safety standard for filters for direct viewing of the Sun.
- ONE-SIZE-FITS-ALL GLASSES: These paper eclipse glasses feature two different folding points to accommodate a variety of face shapes and sizes.
- SOLAR FILM MADE IN THE USA: Solar Safe film is produced in the USA by American Paper Optics, one of the suppliers recommended by NASA for safe solar viewing, and has been independently tested by a third-party lab.
- NATURAL ORANGE TINT: Our Eclipse glasses reveal the Sun in the visible (white light) spectrum, but we’ve added an orange tint for a more natural look and a comfortable observing experience.
Mile High Astronomy Solar Eclipse Glasses are designed for safe observation of sunspots and the upcoming 2023 Annular Solar Eclipse and 2024 Total Solar Eclipse. Affordable, easy to use, and best of all, Solar Safe, 100% ISO-certified.
These eclipse glasses are produced for us by American Paper Optics, the leader in USA made safe solar film. They block IR and UV light—plus 99.999% of visible light. GUARANTEED SAFE for direct observation of the Sun and has been independently tested by SAI Global Assurance Services.
Eclipse Glasses from Mile High Astronomy conform to and meet the transmission requirements of ISO 12312-2, Filters for Direct Observation of the Sun, EN 1836:2005 + A1:2007 (E) for an E15 Filter for the Direct Observation of the Sun and AS/NZS 1338.1:2012, Filters for Eye Protectors.
Important safety note: inspect your glasses before every use. Do not use and discard if the solar film is damaged, torn, punctured, or separated from the frame in any way. Do not use these glasses in combination with any magnifying optical device (i.e., telescopes, binoculars).
Note: We made a typo on the 4-pack map insert! We incorrectly printed ISO 12310-2 in some of the text, when in fact the standard is ISO 12312-2. The glasses themselves are printed with the correct ISO 12312-2 specification and are fully compliant.
|.14 oz (4 g)
|146.5mm x 130.18mm x 38mm (5.75" x 5.125" x 1.5")
|(1) pair of EclipSmart Solar Safe Solar Viewing Glasses