Tulsa--We want to help keep your eyes healthy while viewing the solar eclipse on Monday. 2 Works for You has partnered with Dr. Robert Zoellner and Associates to offer safe solar eclipse glasses at both optometrist office locations.
The free glasses can be picked up at the 31st and Harvard or the 71st and Memorial Dr. Z location, while supplies last. UPDATE: Both Dr. Zoellner locations are out of eclipse glasses.
The 2 Works for You solar glasses from Dr. Zoellner are made by American Paper Optics, a company recommended by NASA. They do meet the ISO 12312-2 safety standard.
People can look at the sun for as long as they wish while wearing the glasses but they should make sure the filters aren’t scratched, punctured or torn. They do not have to limit viewing to three minutes. But, they should be sure to remember to look away from the sun before removing the glasses.
The solar eclipse can be seen August 21, 2017.
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