Rated 5.00 out of 5


General Features:

Smaller sized eclipse glasses for little ones ages 7-13 years of age. With adult supervision, these kids eclipse glasses are perfect for budding scientists, astronomers and any child who wants to be a part of the excitement of these rare events.

Lunt Solar Eclipse SUNglasses are manufactured in Germany and are 100% safe for direct viewing of the Sun and Solar Eclipses.

We have been approved by NASA and the American Astronomical Society.

Don’t let you, your family, your friends, and/or your local fundraising group be left in the dark during the next partial eclipses.

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This is a listing for a 4 pack of Kids Eclipse solar glasses. Above all, safety is our number one priority.  We take the eyes of our youth seriously.  We know that since you are here, you feel the same. Be sure to have plenty of Kids Eclipse glasses for the big event. It is always better to have more solar eclipse glasses then you think you will need. Protect your eyes and those of others around you.

Kids Eclipse Glasses are ideal for viewing the partial phases of an Eclipse.  Be sure to monitor the use of the glasses so everyone is wearing their glasses when any part of the Sun is visible.

BEFORE EACH USE: Check front and back of each lens for damage such as scratches, pinholes or separation from frame.  If damaged, cut into small pieces and discard.  DO NOT attempt to clean or disinfect (under general conditions of use this should not be necessary).

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: Wear your Eclipse Glasses to protect your eyes from solar radiation any time you look directly at the Sun or the Sun’s reflection.  When looking at a solar eclipse, use your Eclipse Glasses whenever ANY PART of the Sun, no matter how small, is visible.  This product should not be used with any other optical appliances such as cameras, telescopes or binoculars.  This product is NOT a toy.  Children should use only with adult supervision.


DO NOT USED IF DAMAGED. Using damaged Eclipse Glasses can result in severe eye injury.

Be assured that our Kids Eclipse Glasses are absolutely safe for direct viewing of the sun and solar eclipses.

Certified Safety. SUNGlasses meet the ISO 12312-2 (2015) international standard for solar viewers and are CE certified which meets the transmission requirements of scale 12-16 of EN 169/1992

Protect your eyes. Eclipse SUNglasses filter out 100% of harmful ultra-violet, 100% of harmful infrared, and 99.999% of intense visible light.

These premium filters create a sharp orange-colored image of the sun.

The backside is printed with safety information (English translation only). The frame is heavy card stock.

Schools and Educational Facilities: We offer discounted educational packages to qualifying schools and educators. Contact us to discuss your educational requirements.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs


    • Tom H.

      July 12, 2017 at 12:06 pm

      5 out of 5

      I’m planning ahead and getting solar glasses for my and thr neighborhiod kids for the upcoming eclipse. These things are propey rated for looking at the sun and work as advertised.

      You cannot see anything through them unless you are looking at the sun. It was amazing watching my daughter and myself see the sun spot for the first time in my Life! Very cool and affordable glasses!


    • Kenneth A Frisk

      August 3, 2017 at 3:21 pm

      5 out of 5

      These glasses are exactly as described and Lunt is one of the companies listed by NASA as providing Solar Eclipse Glasses certified and verified to be safe for use, which is real important if I am going to trust these glasses to protect my children’s eyes. Fast shipping and a reasonable price, thank you.


    • Anthony Baron

      August 8, 2017 at 8:47 am

      5 out of 5

      I bought these for my son for the full solar eclipse on the 21st. I bought these with another type/brand and these are awesome, when you put them on everything looks completely black but when you look at the sun you can see it as an orange circular glow but nothing else! With the other brand/type I bought I could barely see anything I had to intensely focus just to see a not as bright orange sun, at times I couldn’t even see that!

      These fit my 4 year old perfectly as well as adults! I highly recommend these for anyone who’s looking for a great quality pair of solar glasses for the eclipse!!!!


    • Rebecca A

      August 12, 2017 at 7:16 am

      5 out of 5

      I ordered the child-sized solar viewing glasses for use on the day of the great solar eclipse of 2017. As expected, they are made of a colorful light cardboard surrounding the plastic protective lenses that are placed a bit closer together than the viewing lenses on some adult-sized glasses I had ordered previously.. I like that the plastic lens inserts are actually a bit larger than those on the adult-sized glasses. I also notice that the “stems” (the part that extends to the ears) are a bit wider than those on the adult glasses. I like these modifications. The extra blockage on the side of the face may mean it is less likely that my young nephews and niece will accidently view more sun than they ought. The cardboard stems have two choices for folding but it seems to me that (being cardboard) the folding options are numerous. By the way, although they are cardboard – they are not overly flimsy. Glasses from Lunt Solar Systems is listed on the NASA site as approved for viewing the eclipse. We are ready for the big event!


    • ME Row

      August 12, 2017 at 7:14 pm

      5 out of 5

      Perfect size for my three year old. I had a hard time finding glasses I trusted since so many products claimed to have the correct accreditation, but don’t in reality. I found this product through a NASA.gov link that takes you to the National Astronomical Society. This vendor and product are found there.


    • davedog

      August 13, 2017 at 5:12 pm

      5 out of 5

      According to the American Astronomical Society:
      ” You shouldn’t be able to see anything through a safe solar filter except the Sun itself or something comparably bright, such as the Sun reflected in a mirror, a sunglint off shiny metal, the hot filament of an unfrosted incandescent light bulb, a bright halogen light bulb, a bright-white LED flashlight (including the one on your smartphone), or an arc-welder’s torch. All such sources should appear quite dim through a solar viewer.” and “Safe solar filters produce a view of the Sun that is comfortably bright (like the full Moon), in focus, and surrounded by dark sky.”

      So I did my own tests. As you can see from my photos this very bright multi-LED work light is basically blocked out entirely by these glasses. If I shield off all the surrounding lights I can just BARELY make out the individual LEDs (see photo). This sounds exactly what the AAS described as ‘such sources being quite dim’

      I also tested them in real life. It was quite comfortable viewing the sun through them, the sun was a very comfortable level of brightness, and sharp contrast to the dark sky. I carefully took a photo which I’ve included here.

      Some other interesting info directly from NASA about viewing duration and expiration:
      “Note: If your eclipse glasses or viewers are compliant with the ISO 12312-2 safety standard, you may look at the uneclipsed or partially eclipsed Sun through them for as long as you wish. Furthermore, if the filters aren’t scratched, punctured, or torn, you may reuse them indefinitely. Some glasses/viewers are printed with warnings stating that you shouldn’t look through them for more than 3 minutes at a time and that you should discard them if they are more than 3 years old. Such warnings are outdated and do not apply to eclipse viewers compliant with the ISO 12312-2 standard adopted in 2015. ”

      Hope this helps. Having done these ‘checks’ i feel comfortable with my family using these glasses.


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