IR Laser Safety Glasses

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These are the ones I purchased on Amazon. Seem the same as what everyone else on the forum is buying. I haven't used them yet in testing, but they are made for the wavelength our transmitters use.
http://a.co/d/bI4Dj9n
Thanks a million @Goblue . I can easily cross reference this item with Amazon.ca that likely has it in stock and that way I can get free shipping to my door and it will be in Canadian dollars.

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and as luck would have it, Amazon.ca does not carry these,
. Looking over everything I could find on Amazon.ca for safety glasses OTG style that I need, they look suspect or have negative reviews. Outside of Amazon in local mechanic's supply stores I found some actual certified laser glasses but the prices tend to start at about $150 and up.

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I have to find where I ordered, but with shipping they were less than $20.


EDIT: I ordered from www.rajsupply.com
Honest question... did you ever get a chance to confirm these actually work as described, that they are in fact blocking 904nm light? I'm wanting to get a pair and want to take your recommendation here, but figure it's worth asking first. I'd hate to end up with something that doesn't work as advertised, and not actually know it -- as I don't have any way to verify if it is or not :)
 

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Honest question... did you ever get a chance to confirm these actually work as described, that they are in fact blocking 904nm light? I'm wanting to get a pair and want to take your recommendation here, but figure it's worth asking first. I'd hate to end up with something that doesn't work as advertised, and not actually know it -- as I don't have any way to verify if it is or not :)
I dont have the means to test, but I've been thinking of seeing if @tempnexus could test them with his equipment, if he still has access to it...
 

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Honest question... did you ever get a chance to confirm these actually work as described, that they are in fact blocking 904nm light? I'm wanting to get a pair and want to take your recommendation here, but figure it's worth asking first. I'd hate to end up with something that doesn't work as advertised, and not actually know it -- as I don't have any way to verify if it is or not :)
In all my searching I did not find a single item that fit over glasses and that could be said to be certified to block the 905 nm range of light for a reasonable price. I did find product but we are talking north of $100, way north. Everything else was "beauty salon" rated. The search continues.
 

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Just ordered a pair. I have had some eye pain after testing. Not sure if is was lidar light or age setting in.
If it is age, consider day of testing like a free Lasic eye surgery. Ha ha.

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I dont have the means to test, but I've been thinking of seeing if @tempnexus could test them with his equipment, if he still has access to it...
In case you did not see this link yet, video in post worth a watch:

www.rdforum.org: Don't buy laser glasses off eBay!!!!