Glasses for Safe Solar Eclipse Viewing
Mark your calendars, 2017 will be the year of one of the rarest types of eclipses to occur: a total solar eclipse you will be able to see right here in the United States. At American Paper Optics, we offer a wide range of eclipse glasses that will enable you to view this next solar eclipse with ease and without damaging your eyes. Don’t miss out on such an extraordinary opportunity simply because you don’t have the right equipment.
Unsure about where to buy eclipse glasses? At American Paper Optics, we provide eclipse shades that are not only independently tested, but also CE and ISO certified for safe direct viewing of the sun during a solar eclipse. Our custom eclipse glasses effectively filter out all harmful ultraviolet (UV) lights and damaging infrared light. Our paper eclipse glasses also filter out most of the intense visible light around you. No matter the product, you can always count on EclipseGlasses.com to provide you with high quality safe products either just for you or for your entire organization.
What Makes Us Stand Out?
If you want to buy eclipse glasses, you can count on us to deliver not only functional glasses but also aesthetically pleasing ones. Thanks to our glasses’ premium filters, you can enjoy the sharpest images of the sun with a natural orange color, which won’t detract from your viewing. All of our durable glasses are specifically designed for eclipse viewing and are also resistant to scratches which means you will be able to reuse them time and time again.
American Paper Optics eclipse glasses come in a variety of styles. For instance, you may choose glasses featuring a burning-sun image, an American flag, or a solar fire design. You can also customize our glasses with your company logo. We provide custom bulk orders, which make for great marketing tools since your audience can keep the branded eclipse shades as memorabilia after the event.
Contact us today to find out more about how our eclipse sunglasses can help you safely and enjoyably view the next eclipse to come.