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Phillips Safety is proud to offer our customers a great assortment of high-quality laser safety glasses and goggles. At Phillips Safety, we manufacture and provide a complete line of laser eyewear protection for all lasers, including products for Medical, Military, Research & Education, and Industrial laser applications. Our goal is to give you high-quality laser protection glasses and laser protection products for eyes/vision and skin.

When dealing with lasers, your choice of eyewear is not to be something you cheap out. Phillips Safety’s protective laser safety eyewear protects your eyes by offering a wide range of laser filters. Our laser products will protect your eyes against Class 3R, Class 3B, and Class 4 laser systems.

When buying your laser safety glasses or goggles, be sure to select the best protective laser glasses. They should fit well, protect from all angles of vision, and block or attenuate the appropriate wavelength range and OD (Optical Density) emitted from the laser tools you work with. The operating parameters of your laser, or a Certified Laser Safety Officer (LSO), will determine what laser safety glasses you should use to prevent injuries.

If you do not have a CLSO on staff or information in your laser manual, don’t hesitate to contact us so our laser safety experts can help you. We offer free consultation and OD calculations for laser systems. Plus, CE certified laser safety glasses and goggles are also available.

At Phillips Safety, we pad print the wavelengths that the glasses protect you against directly onto the frame. We also offer custom pad printing, so if you’re interested in this service, please contact us for pricing information. Our protective laser glasses meet or exceed ANSI Z136.1 requirements for use with laser systems and tools.

Don’t hesitate to check out our collection of laser safety glasses. We are confident that you will find the perfect glasses for your needs with the features and specifications you will love. If you need help or more information about our products, we are just one click away: talk to us through our chat, e-mail us at service@phillips-safety.com, or call us at 1-866-575-1307.


When choosing laser safety glasses, several factors you should consider to ensure that you select the appropriate ones for your needs. Here are some key points to keep in mind:

  1. Determine the laser type and wavelength: Identify the specific laser type and its corresponding wavelength or Nanometer (NM). Laser safety glasses work by blocking specific laser wavelengths, so you need to choose glasses that protect against the laser you’ll be working with. You should be able to find this market on the house side of your laser or in the owner’s manual.
  2. Check the optical density (OD): The optical density rating indicates the glasses’ ability to block laser radiation. The Higher the number the better the glasses block against the corresponding wavelength. Your required OD will be labeled outside the laser or found in the owner’s manual.  
  3. Evaluate visible light transmission: Consider the laser safety glasses’ visible light transmission (VLT). VLT refers to the percentage of visible light passing through the lenses. Look for glasses with higher VLT values to allow more visible light transmission while maintaining the required level of laser protection. The higher the VLT, the lighter the lens color will be, allowing a clearer view of the work environment and ensuring greater comfort during extended use.
  4. Verify the laser safety standards: Look for glasses that meet recognized laser safety standards, such as ANSI Z136.1 in the United States or EN207 in Europe. Compliance with these standards ensures that the glasses have undergone appropriate testing and meet safety requirements.
  5. Evaluate comfort and fit: Laser safety glasses should fit comfortably and securely. Consider factors such as frame design, weight, and adjustability to ensure a fit and minimize discomfort during use. 
  6. Let us help you: If you still need clarification, please let us help you get the correct laser safety glasses. You can call us at  1-866-575-1307, email us at service@phillips-safety.com, or chat with us online.


Testing laser safety lenses involves several methods to ensure their effectiveness in protecting you against lasers. At Phillips Safety, we do the following tests to ensure your eyes are always protected.

  1. Optical Density (OD) Measurement: Optical density measures the lens’ ability to attenuate laser light. All Laser Lenses are tested in a spectrophotometer to measure the transmission of laser light through the lens at specific wavelengths. The measured optical density should align with the desired level of protection for the laser’s wavelength.
  2. Beam Attenuation Test: This test involves exposing the lens to laser beams of known power and wavelength. The lens is placed in the beam path, and its ability to attenuate the laser light is evaluated by measuring the transmitted power. The transmitted power should be within the specified safe limits.
  3. Damage Threshold Test: This test determines the maximum laser power level the lens can withstand without sustaining damage. The lens is exposed to increasing laser power levels until it shows signs of damage, such as discoloration, burn marks, or structural changes. The maximum power at which the lens remains undamaged is the damage threshold.
  4. Angular Dependency Test: Laser safety lenses should provide consistent protection across various angles of incidence. This test involves measuring the lens’ attenuation capability at different incident angles to ensure uniform protection.
  5. Frame Durability Test: While not specific to the lens, the frame durability test assesses the overall robustness and strength of the frame to ensure it can withstand physical stresses and impacts.

 Compliance at Phillips Safety Products to the recognized laser safety standards, such as ANSI Z136.1 or EN207, assures that the lenses have undergone rigorous testing to meet specific safety requirements.

Our laser safety glasses have been meticulously designed and certified to ANSI Z87, EN207, and ANSI 136 standards. These standards ensure that our glasses protect against potential hazards associated with laser use.

The ANSI Z87 standard outlines eye and face protection device requirements, including laser safety glasses. Compliance with this standard guarantees that our glasses meet the rigorous criteria for optical clarity, impact resistance, and coverage, providing reliable eye protection.

EN207 is a European standard specifically focused on laser eye protection. It sets out essential performance criteria such as optical density, laser beam alignment, and resistance to high-energy lasers. Our laser safety glasses meet the requirements of EN207, confirming their ability to shield against laser radiation.

The ANSI 136 standard also provides specific guidelines for laser safety requirements, including protective eyewear. By meeting this standard, our laser safety glasses ensure the optical density and wavelength specifications, offering protection against laser radiation.

Our laser safety glasses have undergone thorough testing and comply with the ANSI Z87, EN207, and ANSI 136 standards. This guarantees their reliability and suitability for safeguarding your eyes when working with lasers, giving you peace of mind and ensuring the highest level of safety.

Our goal at Phillips Safety is to provide customers with laser safety glasses that provide the highest protection against all kinds of laser. That being said, our laser safety glasses start at $30.00, with many options to choose from. Added features such as prescription and lens coatings can bring up the price of your safety glasses. However, these features are provided at the best price in the market.

Laser safety glasses, usually take between 3 and 5 business days to be shipped. Prescription orders from Phillips Safety take between 7 and 10 business days to be completed and shipped. This is the same for all prescription safety glasses.

Please contact us on our chat, e-mail us at service@phillips-safety.com, or call us at 1-866-575-1307. Phillips Safety is committed to getting your order out quickly and efficiently while doing proper quality control.

Yes, you can. If your laser safety glasses have replacement side shields or replacement nose pads, those will be listed in our “Frame Parts” category, under the “Accessories” menu.

Yes, they do. All safety glasses at Phillips Safety come with a case for their protection.

For green lasers, Argon laser safety glasses have orange polycarbonate lenses that block beams of green light operating at 532nm wavelength. At Phillips Safety, we offer a variety of laser safety glasses with the Argon filter: AA, AA3, AA8, AKP, and DFIU. If you need help for choosing your laser filter, please contact us on our chat, e-mail us at service@phillips-safety.com, or call us at 1-866-575-1307

The best and easiest way to buy laser safety glasses is online. Companies like Phillips Safety are dedicated to providing the best laser safety glasses at affordable prices and quick delivery.

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