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Steampunk Goggles

ID#: 802338

Price: $45.00 

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These sizeable, real welding goggles are enhanced for Steampunk use.  Hand made in the USA, these industrial strength plastic goggles accented with brass wiring and metal springs feature very dark lenses and an adjustable rubber strap for comfort  (a leather strap could easily be added later if your outfit requires it).  Lined for comfort, they come in antiqued silver metal finish only, antiqued brass finish sold out.





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    1. Robert on 10/18/2010, said:

    Overall, I liked this product. For my purposes, the lighter weight was fine. The elastic stap was more high-tech than I was expecting, but again for my purposes, it was fine. The overall look is very good and the photograph does a good job of conveying the detail of the actual prodcut. I got some nice compliments on these.
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    2. David on 4/15/2010, said:

    Where are the leather straps? And… plastic!?! Are these for the Steampunk swim team? You know that Steampunk is fiction so the straps could have been made out of anything for that matter. As far as brass being to heavy, only the bezel would be made from brass and it is usually hollow, the rest would be leather, so in actuality they are pretty light. The leather straps are just a preference; it’s a Steampunk thing! I just think for the price they could be a little better quality. You can get a pair of Hobart welding goggles on Amazon for like 10 bucks and make the same thing if you wanted painted plastic with an elastic band.
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    3. Hans on 4/7/2010, said:

    Do you have any idea how heavy actual brass goggles are? Plastic is great for every-day wear. And Elastic was cutting edge technology in the Victorian era, invented by Thomas Hancock (Hancock Fabrics) in 1820...
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    4. chris on 3/20/2010, said:

    I agree about the plastic thing David mentioned, but they are great props. Also, you can add on your own leather straps if you need.
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