The BEST Fiber Laser Safety Glasses | FreeMascot 1064nm Review | Laser Gear Reviews

IMPORTANT: Laser safety glasses SHOULD be tested with a laser power sensor to be deemed 100% SAFE. I have not done this with these glasses. Use at your own risk. Test with a power sensor to be 100% confident in any pair of laser safety glasses you own.
Today I’ll guide you through a review of the FreeMascot 1064 Fiber Safety Goggles!
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It’s time for some new laser glasses! We run this pair through an absolute laser gauntlet to see if they’re safe and wow – these things are COOKED. I hope this video helps you out if you’re in need of some new glasses. I do definitely recommend these and I’m picking up a few pairs for my own personal use. Remember – these don’t work for CO2 wavelengths so don’t use them for that! I’ll post another video about those soon so we’ll cover that as well.

0:00 – Intro – Overview
0:35 – The Story
1:29 – Research
2:38 – Test #1
3:27 – Test #2
3:57 – Test #3
4:44 – Test #4
5:23 – Physical Product Review
6:09 – Conclusion | Recommendation
6:45 – Outro – Supporting The Channel

WARNING: Do your own research before purchasing your machine. I have done extensive research before making my purchases and spoken at length with the manufacturers before placing my order to be absolutely sure what I was getting could be imported, would work with my electrical setup and performed the tasks I wanted to perform.

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