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Seeing Doubles :(


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Posted by Lanse on October 16, 2012 at 08:39:35 from (209.251.8.126):

Hey guys!!

So, at first this was just a problem I had when using my Jackson Halo X hood with Jackson AD lens, I would see the real puddle, then another one below it, and it got to be irritating for me...

Tonight I tried another hood of mine, my backup hood, with just an 11 or 12 or so green (cheap) lens in it. I started welding and saw TRIPLES with that (main puddle, and two below it. Like a weird triangle). Needless to say I put that down pretty quick and went for my old AD hood, a cheapie Metalman one. Didn't see any multiples with that, but I decided to try my last hood, another jackson flip hood with a gold shade 10 lens. Again, no multiples.

Another thing to note, is that I only seem to see multiples with larger lenses, both of the first hoods were "big picture" while the last two were the smaller lens size, ya know, the size of lens you'd put in a pair of burning goggles. It should also be noted, that when I see multiples, they're much lower quality images than the "real" one.

Anyone else have this problem? I have exceptional vision (better than 20/20) but Im actually pretty worried about this. My best guess is that:

1) Its some kind of weird reflection issue, between the colored lens and the clear one(s).
2) Im going to die or something. lol.

Any thoughts are highly appreciated.

My (light blue) eyes are pretty sensitive, and Im tired of being flashed by my Jackson hood, and Im seriously thinking of selling it and getting a "nice" gold lens, or a few of them in different shades.

Who makes a nice gold lens? Who makes the "best" gold lens you can get. Im happy to spend money to protect my eyes.

Thanks in advance...


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