Safety Glasses For Violet Blue Green Laser (190nm to 540nm)



This goggles can protect your eyes from laser exposure.


Material: Plastic
Protection Wavelength: from 190nm to 540nm.
Protection Laser: Green / Violet / Blue Laser
Visible Light Transmittance: >55%.
Protection Features: All-round absorption.
Attenuation: (10-6 < N% < 10-4).
Optical Density: > 5.0, (OD +5, OD +6).
Size: Approx 15 x 5.5 x 5.5 cm.
The length of temple is adjustable (3.6 – 4.5 inch/9 – 11.4cm).

Package include:

1 x Safety Glasses

SKU: Red goggles Category:

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Russ H.
Works great for 450 nm, 520 nm, and 532 nm

I tested them out and they work well for my green lasers, and adequately for my blue lasers, but didn't seem to block enough light from my violet lasers to be safe. I'd recommend them for use with green lasers (can't beat the price), but not for 405 nm violet.

Joe P.
Decent quality

Decent quality blocks most of the light from my 532 nm 500mw dpss but dosent do so well on my blue/violet even tho the glasses said they stopped that wavelength so I wouldnt suggest use with blue but they seem to work fine for my green

Ben L.
Do the job

They do the job, I will invest in some better ones for higher power lasers but these are good for now.

Roman P.
Good enough

Really nice quality glasses. They good for 200mW red lasers, and you can still see the dot, so they not going to protect against 1W or 600mW red lasers. You NEED safety glasses for 200mW red 301 laser, so you can buy theese if you dont have them already for some reason.

Bob D.
Appears to be good for 200mW Red Lasers

I ran a series of tests with these glasses and compared them to the high end Eagle Pair Laser Safety Glasses. While I don't have access to a proper test lab, my crude measurements suggest that the attenuation of the red laser light is around 1/200 the light level or better. When I shoot a light from a 2mW laser pointer through the glasses, I can see it on the wall. In comparison the more expensive Eagle Brand does allow some red light through, but it's noticeably less coming through. The tests suggest that this will work great for the 200mW red lasers, but I'm not sure it will hold up to a more powerful 1W red laser.

On the other hand, the red glasses for Green, Blue, and Violet Lasers did amazing well. The reduction of Green and Blue light is so high I can't measure it. When I shoot a 5mW green laser through the glasses to the wall, I can't see the dot at all.