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Safely observe the Sun :

Sorry it is now too late to get eclipse glasses to you in time for the Partial Eclipse on 10th June 2021.
Never observe the Sun with the naked eye or a telescope, binoculars, camera viewfinder or other optical device. Doing so will seriously damage your eye sight and may lead to permanent blindness.
Watch the great video below by Dr Lucie Green giving details of different ways to safely view the eclipse indirectly and explaining what you will see.

You are welcome to order eclipse glasses and be ready for the next time, they are also useful and educational all year round when teaching about the sun.

Solar Eclipse Glasses - ISO and CE Approved
Annular Solar Eclipse - 10 June 2021
Small Partial eclipse visible across the UK, the further North the better.

Be prepared and view the Sun safely.

Proudly listed on Reputable Eclipse Glasses Manufacturers and Vendors by the American Astronomical Society.

Enjoy this rare event and view the sun safely by using ISO & CE approved Solar Eclipse Glasses available here to Buy Now on-line, and have them delivered anywhere in the world.
We have been supplying Eclipse Glasses for over twenty years and have helped ensure the safety of thousands of school children and cruise ship passengers with these eclipse glasses.

Solar Eclipse Glasses - ISO & CE Approved

Large Quantities for Schools, Universities, Cruises, Observatories, Museums, Astronomy clubs etc are our speciality.
Custom printed designs also possible.

(Quantities of each pack can be entered after pressing the appropriate buy now button.)

All orders are being sent First Class in the UK,
most people receive their eclipse glasses Next Day.

Solar Eclipse Glasses - ISO & CE Approved

Pack of 4 £9.99 GBP
Pack of 8 £18.99 GBP
Pack of 25 £45.00 GBP
Pack of 50 £75.00 GBP
Pack of 100 £140.00 GBP
Pack of 150 £210.00 GBP
Pack of 200 £260.00 GBP

Quantities of packets may be entered on the Buy Now page.

All prices include delivery any where world wide.

Pay by cheque, download and fill in our mail order forms.

Eclipse Glasses worn in AfricaAnnular Solar Eclipse on Thursday 10 June 2021

The Annular eclipse of 10 June 2021 is visible across parts of Canada, Greenland and Siberia. A partial eclipse is visible from North East USA and Canada after sunrise then Iceland and UK especially Scotland. Most of mainland Europe will have a small partial eclipse - the further north the better.

Here is a great animation of what you will see, you can choose your location: www.timeanddate.com

The most important thing is to be safe and well organised and Never Ever look directly at the sun with the Naked Eye.

What You Will See: NASA Solar Eclipse Information.

A detailed list of places, precise times, maximum obscuration and animations showing what you can expect to see can be found on www.eclipse.org.uk.

Solar eclipse glasses will be vital to provide safe direct solar viewing of the Annular Solar Eclipse on Monday 10 June 2021.

These solar eclipse glasses are ISO & CE approved and independently tested for safe direct solar viewing.

They have explicit usage information printed on the rear to aid safety.

For safe solar observations each solar eclipse glasses contains our new scratch resistant Black Polymer lenses to optical density 5.0 or greater set in cardboard glasses with arms. The lenses filter out 100% of harmful ultra-violet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light. Our premium filters create the sharpest solar images with a natural orange colour.

Our eclipse glasses were included in several write ups in the Sky at Night magazine, and in 2004 we supplied the eclipse glasses featured by Lucie Green and Adam Hart-Davis on the BBC Open-University coverage of the Transit of Venus.

The eclipse glasses are cardboard glasses with arms, which can be worn like spectacles. One size fits all - adults and children. The rear of the eclipse glasses is printed in English with the following explicit safe use information, they are also printed on the rear with the ISO & CE mark.

Eclipse Glasses worn in Africa

User Instructions: Inspect each time before use. Do not use if damaged, torn, or punctured.
Do not use with other optical devices. This is not a toy. Children must be supervised.
Limited to 3 minutes continuous use, intermittently for several hours. Do not move around when in use.
Do not use with diseased eye or after eye surgery. Optical density 5.0. Safe for direct solar viewing.

Warning: Never look at the sun without special eye protection. When viewing the eclipse, use eclipsers at all times when any part of the sun is visible.

Discounts are available for orders of large quantities of solar eclipse glasses. Let us help you increase the impact of your advertising with custom solar eclipse glasses printed with your own full colour design and marketing message. Don't delay, order today. Please Contact Us for details. (Minimum order for customised printing is 1,000 eclipse glasses.)

Here's a great video by Dr Lucie Green giving details of different ways to view the eclipse and explaining what you will see. Also demonstrates our eclipse glasses.

How to observe an eclipse by Dr Lucie Green (8 min) from Society for Popular Astronomy on Vimeo.

Lucie Green explains what will happen during the partial eclipse of the Sun, and how you can view it safely even using household materials. For more info on the solar eclipse, observing methods and photography tips, go to www.popastro.com

Further Details
Excellent web sites for further information about solar eclipses and how to view them safely can be found on our eclipse links page. A selection is listed here:
NASA Eclipse Information
Sheridan Williams' Solar Eclipse Web Site
Please follow us @CEclipseGlasses on Twitter.

Manufacturers safety endorsement
Our ISO & CE certified filters are independently tested and can be used to safely view the sun during all phases of an eclipse. All of our materials are optical density 5 or greater and are "CE" certified to meet the Transmittance Requirements of EN 1836:2005 + A1:2007 (E) for an E15 Filter for the Direct Observation of the Sun.

Also meets the Transmittance Requirements of AS/NZS 1338.1:2012, Filters for Eye Protection.

Conforms to and meets the Transmission Requirements of ISO 12312-2, Filters for Direct Observation of the Sun. They are printed with the ISO & CE mark certification.)

Safety Warning:
Never directly look at the photosphere of the Sun (the bright disk of the Sun itself) with the naked eye or through an optical device such as a telescope, binoculars or an optical camera viewfinder. Even looking for just a few seconds could seriously damage your eye sight and possibly lead to permanent blindness. Your eyes and other optical devices concentrate the extremely strong visible and invisible radiation such as infrared and ultraviolet light from the Sun onto the retina. Which can permanently destroy the ability of the retina to detect light. The retina has no sensitivity to pain, so there is no warning that injury is occurring and the effects of retinal damage may not appear for hours.

To safely observe a solar eclipse you must use ISO or CE approved safety solar eclipse glasses such as those on sale here or use indirect methods such as pin hole projection onto a suitable surface (details of indirect methods can be found on the web sites listed on our eclipse links page).

Please note these solar eclipse glasses are not suitable for use with optical devices such as telescopes, binoculars or an optical camera viewfinder, you need stronger and larger solar eclipse filters than these to protect you from the magnified sun light when using optical devices.

Sunglasses are not safe, you will put your eye sight at risk by only wearing regular sunglasses or shades to directly view the sun, as they do not block the harmful and invisible radiation which causes retinal damage. Only properly designed and certified solar filters such as the ones in these eclipse glasses should ever be used for direct viewing of the Sun's disk.

Under normal everyday circumstances there is no tendency to look at the Sun in a way that might damage the eye. Especially as the Sun is so bright that it is difficult to stare at it directly. However, during an eclipse, the Sun is the centre of attention and with so much of the Sun covered, it is tempting and slightly easier to stare at it. Unfortunately, looking at the Sun during an eclipse is just as dangerous as looking at the Sun any other time of the year. The only exception is the brief period of totality during a total eclipse, when the Sun's disk is completely covered by the moon. (Totality only occurs during a total eclipse and only for a matter of seconds or minutes, it does not occur during a partial or annular eclipse).

We cannot be held responsible for the weather, however the glasses are useful at all times of the year for science lessons about the Sun.

Dates for future Eclipses

Organise the holiday of a life time to view a Annular Solar Eclipse, considered one of the most breathtaking phenomenons anyone can observe. (Be ready and buy your eclipse glasses now.)

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