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FireWorks Glasses -- Red Frame with Blue temples -- Childrens Multiple 3-D Glasses *
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FireWorks Glasses -- Red Frame with Blue temples -- Childrens Multiple 3-D Glasses *
FireWorks Glasses -- Red Frame with Blue temples -- Childrens Multiple 3-D Glasses *
FireWorks Glasses -- Red Frame with Blue temples -- Childrens Multiple 3-D Glasses *
FireWorks Glasses -- Red Frame with Blue temples -- Childrens Multiple 3-D Glasses *

FireWorks Glasses -- Red Frame with Blue temples -- Childrens Multiple 3-D Glasses *

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Fireworks Glasses -- Red Frame with Blue -- Childrens Multiple 3-D glasses and sun glasses all combined into one!

There are 8 pairs of these glasses -- multiple orders are available --

These glasses are a red frame and temple with blue framed front lenses. Open them up one way and they are sunglasses, open another and they are 3-D, open another and they are clear lenses, fold them all the way up and they are fireworks glasses! Enjoy all pics to show ways to wear them -- these are for small children.

you can also mix and match from the other Fireworks Glasses and Forever Sparklers as well.

"About 300 years ago, Sir Isaac Newton saw a beam of light through a glass prism. He discovered that light is made up of a spectrum of seven distinct visible colors. This spectrum of colors always appears in the same order. You can see this color spectrum (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet, and all the colors in between) when you look through your rainbow glasses. There are two color ranges that are not visible to our eyes in this spectrum; below red is infa-red and above violet is ultra-violet. In a rainbow after a rainstorm this same color spectrum appears in the same order. Rainbows are created when sunlight passes through raindrops that act as millions of tiny prisms.

The color of a solid object depends on the colors of light that it reflects. A red object looks red because it reflects red light and absorbs all other colors. A blue object looks blue because it reflects blue light and absorbs all other colors. A white object reflects all colors of light equally and appears white. A black object absorbs all colors and reflects no visible light and appears black. just like when you color with too many colors in one area with crayons or markers, all colors are absorbed, none are reflected and it appears black!"

NEVER LOOK DIRECTLY AT THE SUN BECAUSE IT COULD DAMAGE YOUR EYES.

Enjoy watching fireworks, Christmas lights or just put them on the kids as you travel down the highway -- let them enjoy the bright lights of the city, head lights and tail lights too!

DO NOT USE WHILE DRIVING

I will combine shipping and handling if you order multiple items.
When ordering multiple items, the shipping matrix will more than likely be more than what is needed. Please e-mail me to let me know what items you are wanting, so I may combine shipping for you.
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