Eclipse Safety First: A Review of Medical King Solar Eclipse Glasses for the 2024 Solar Event

    (520 customer reviews)

    Original price was: $19.99.Current price is: $13.99.

    • CE and ISO certified solar eclipse glasses
    • Designed for direct solar viewing, safe for observing eclipses
    • Made to stringent safety and quality regulations by American Astronomical Society
    • Suitable for teens and adults, fits over prescription glasses
    • Filters out harmful IR, UV, and visible light
    • Each pack contains 10 non-polarized solar eclipse glasses
    • Package dimensions: 5.83 x 1.73 x 1.1 inches, weight 0.05 Kilograms
    • Warranty: 30 days, suggested users: Unisex
      Last updated on June 15, 2024 10:22 am Details


      Review: Medical King Solar Eclipse Glasses (10 pack)

      Quality and Safety

      As an astronomy enthusiast, I am highly impressed with the quality and safety of these solar eclipse glasses. The CE and ISO certification gives me peace of mind knowing that my eyes are well protected during direct sun viewing.

      Fit and Comfort

      The glasses fit comfortably over my prescription eyewear, thanks to the crease lines on both sides. This makes them suitable for both teens and adults, ensuring a comfortable viewing experience.

      User Experience

      I have not experienced the eclipse yet, but based on the positive user feedback I am confident that these glasses will deliver as promised. The quick delivery and sturdy packaging were also a pleasant surprise.

      Additional information

      Item Package Dimensions L x W x H

      ‎5.83 x 1.73 x 1.1 inches

      Package Weight

      ‎0.05 Kilograms

      Brand Name

      ‎Medical king

      Warranty Description

      ‎30 days

      Model Name

      ‎Solar Eclipse Glasses


      ‎All Coler



      Suggested Users



      ‎Medical King



      Included Components

      ‎Solar Eclipse Glasses


      ‎One Size

      8 thoughts on “Eclipse Safety First: A Review of Medical King Solar Eclipse Glasses for the 2024 Solar Event

      1. The glasses seem to be perfect, but I can’t really rate them as the eclipse has not happened yet. Not until April 8th.

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