Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses feature premium solar filters that eliminate the harmful effect of ultraviolet, infrared, and intense visible light rays – creating a sharp, orange-colored image of the Sun. The full lineup of Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses are completely safe for viewing the Sun and the upcoming “Ring of Fire” solar eclipse in October 14, 2023 and the “Great American II” solar eclipse on April 8, 2024.
Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses are manufactured in Germany. They provide 100% protection for direct viewing of the Sun as they filter out 100% of harmful ultra-violet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light and have been approved by NASA and the American Astronomical Society.
The backside is printed with safety information and the frames are heavy card stock. Tested to meet the international standard, the Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses are ISO Certified [ISO 12312-2 (2015)] which provides absolute guarantee for your eye safety. Additionally, they are CE certified and meet the transmission requirements of scale 12-16 of EN 169/1992.
Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses are available in 5-Pack and 10 Pack sets. The solar eclipse glasses are also available in in a “Junior Eclipse Set” of 4 packs and 10 packs which provide smaller sized eclipse glasses for little ones ages 7-13 years of age. With adult supervision, these junior eclipse glasses are perfect for budding scientists, astronomers and any child who wants to be a part of the excitement of these rare events.
Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses are also available in bulk units with 50 and 100 unit packages available and higher quantities up through 6400 unit quantity. Lunt also offers Spanish language eclipse glasses. The company also offers discounts for educational and nonprofit organizations.
You can learn more about the Lunt Solar Eclipse Glasses here.
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