Goggles


Examples


Comments

We do not yet manufacture the plastic components for making this. Thank you for your patience.

Still, you can make a generic version of them by cutting cardboard or aluminum sheeting into a frame and stapling it to a can bottom. The can bottoms are made by removing the bottom of the can and then trimming the bottom. The eye-holes were made using an awl.

Be very careful when using these. You can get decent vision looking forward, but you have no peripheral vision, which can be dangerous. I suppose that these could work as snow goggles in an emergency situation to prevent permanent damage from snow blindness, but I'm not a doctor or survivalist, so I can't be sure.

You may want to print out eyes to glue onto the "eyeball." I've made a few. They're here, so click an eyeball below if you want to download them:

Print it out at your preferred size by adjusting the output on your pdf print settings menu.


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