Given beautiful weather and a cloudless sky, all you'll need are ECLIPSERS, solar viewing glasses from American Paper Optics to safely view this amazing event. Our eclipsers are independently tested to insure direct, safe solar viewing. Eclipsers are manufactured exclusively with patented Solar Skreen® lenses. For safe solar viewing, choose ECLIPSERS from American Paper Optics-there are NO imitations.
The Eclipser lenses consist of 2-ml scratch resistant, double aluminized Solar Skreen® that filters 99.999% of the ultra-violet and infrared rays of the sun. American Paper Optics has sold over 25,000,000 eclipsers throughout the world during the last twenty years. American Paper Optics, the world's leading manufacturer of paper 3D glasses, is the first company to sell Solar Skreen® in paper glasses for safe eclipse observations.
American Paper Optics produced more than 8,000,000 ECLIPSERS for the most-watched eclipses in history, the 1999 European Eclipse, Africa Eclipse 2001, and the Africa/Australia Eclipse in 2002. For the recent October 2005 eclipse, over 2,000,000 safe solar viewing glasses were produced and distributed. Millions have been distributed to planetariums, schools, and observatories throughout the United States and Europe. After manufacturing 20,000,000 paper 3D glasses for National Geographic Magazine's 3D viewing of Mars and more than 6,000,000 3D glasses for Discovery Channel's "Shark Week", we are confident we can meet any production requirement.
Eclipsers are spectacular for sales and premiums at schools, planetariums, science centers, and retailers. For greater advertising impact, we can customize your Eclipsers with logos, copy, or messages. Don't be left in the dark without safe solar eclipse viewers-- give us a call, fax or email and we will help you design the best Eclipsers for your specific promotion.
Not surprisingly, "2017" is already on the minds of thousands of amateur astronomers across the U.S. and elsewhere. On that August 21st — a Monday— they'll be positioned somewhere along a narrow corridor that stretches from the Pacific to the Atlantic across the United States and, weather permitting, see a total eclipse of the Sun. It's not too soon to begin to prepare for this once in a lifetime opportunity. See link for details and map. http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEgoogle/SEgoogle2001/SE2017Aug21Tgoogle.html
Give us a call at 901-381-1515 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you plan for this once in a lifetime event.
Our safe solar eclipse viewing glasses have received an independent safety endorsement from the foremost authority on eye safety during solar eclipses. Dr. Ralph Chou, professor of optometry at University of Waterloo, developed the eye safety standards for viewing solar eclipses.
"SolarSkreen has had an excellent reputation for more than 25 years as a safe filter material for observing the sun and solar eclipses. I recommend it for both beginning and experienced solar observers." Dr. Ralph Chou