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ISO Certified - Solar Eclipse Glasses

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ISO Certified - Solar Eclipse Glasses

Be prepared for the solar eclipses of 2023 and 2024!

These ISO-certified Solar Eclipse Viewing Glasses offer optimal protection for clear viewing of the annular and total eclipses. They guarantee a safe viewing experience, allowing admirers to enjoy the spectacle without endangering their vision.

AGE: 7 and up

Upcoming Solar Eclipses in 2023 and 2024

Two significant solar eclipses are poised to grace the skies over the coming months. On October 14, 2023, an annular solar eclipse, where the Sun appears as a mesmerizing “ring of fire,” will be visible from Oregon to Texas and in parts of Central and South America. Meanwhile, on April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will darken skies from Texas to Maine, traversing through parts of Mexico, the US, and Canada. During this event, the sky will take on a dusk-like quality, and the usually concealed Sun’s corona will be revealed.

An annular eclipse occurs when the Moon, at its farthest from Earth, aligns between our planet and the Sun. The resulting visual effect, due to the Moon's smaller appearance, is a bright ring surrounding the moon, known as the "ring of fire". Contrastingly, a total solar eclipse arises when the Moon fully obscures the Sun, creating a fleeting night-like environment.

After the 2024 event, the next total solar eclipse viewable in the contiguous United States won't occur until August 23, 2044. So, prepare and savor these forthcoming astronomical wonders safely.


"Price is also key. 'If you are seeing a really low price it’s probably not authentic,' ... the typical retail price on solar eclipse glasses and viewers is approximately $5. 'If you’re paying more than that it’s probably extortionate and if you're paying much less than that it’s probably a different product,'

Just prior to the last total solar eclipse in the U.S. on August 21, 2017, controversy erupted around counterfeit eclipse glasses with Amazon banning all sales. Many were being imported from China that were labeled as ISO-compliant without being properly tested."