Because you can’t have too many lens options.
These feature a set of main internal lenses, capped with silver rimmed expansion lenses. The center has a pair of adjustable small focus lenses, and each corner has an adjustable magnification lens. Twin spring eyebrows give the leather base extra structural support. Fully adjustable elastic strap keeps them snuggled to your eyes and/or hat.
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Originally designed for spotters on airships, these goggles have dual removable magnification lenses to allow for adjustments for viewing different distances. Sadly only one pair of the lenses showed up with the goggles.
Featuring a fully adjustable head chain and solid brown base, these google look great on almost any headgear, including of course your eyes.
These are a relatively light weight goggle and could be worn comfortably for an extended period of time, as was necessary for spotters. The lens cups will fit flush against your face, protecting your eyes from the elements.
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Infernal Airship Device Goggles –
These goggles were discovered in a Dirigible Engineer’s old toolbox. They have a hard, green shell with a nice textured leather strap. On your right eye is some kind of alignment ring and two adjustable magnification lenses. The other eye has a device attachment made of shafts, one ending in a gear and a spring loaded arm. Not being a Dirigible Engineer myself I have no idea the purpose to this. It would seem to be another type of alignment mechanism, mayhap it attached into something allowing for minute adjustments. These seem the kind of goggles that when you need them they are the only device that will do that particular job, whatever it may be.
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Automaton Detection Goggles
As automatons become more and more sophisticated these days, it’s becoming difficult to identify them. These goggles feature an enhanced listening attachment to amplify the sounds of the inner gear workings of automatons. A resonator lens on one side also aids in the detection. Metal frames with fully adjustable ear attachment. Fully adjustable elastic strap.
Ancient Mariner’s Goggles
The Ancient Mariner’s Goggles were discovered washed up on a deserted shore. A mechanical iris in the left eye keeps your night vision intact, while dual magnifiers over a built in magnifying main lens give great map reading vision. These feature a plastic and foam base for comfort along with an adjustable elastic strap to ensure a good fit. Artificially aged to look like they have been floating in the sea for years.
Aviator’s Targeting Goggles
Dual targeting zoom lenses surround a brass centering ring on the right eye of these ‘antiqued’ goggles. THe other side feathers a depth gauge and sight blocker to help focus on your target. Leather head straps wrapped with wire pull everything together.
These are currently on loan, to possibly used in a wedding, if they come home I will offer them for sale.
Engineer’s Spring Goggles
Freshly crafted with you in mind. These are based on a hard shelled goggle frame, using chains for the strap. Spring details and dual magnifiers round out this pair.
These goggles feature a hard shell, linked together and around your head with brass chains. Springs hold together brass accents as well as 2 magnifying loops on the left lens. Lenses are tinted with a green overlay to ensure your eyes cope with the lighting.
Bug-Eye Multizoom Goggles
These were made for my own use, now available to you. Lenses, lenses and more lenses. These goggles are all about seeing where you are looking. Every movement of your eye puts a different magnification lens into focus. Leather outer, with a double leather overlay on the left side held in place by copper rings.
I am now offering these up for sale, as the rest of my inventory has been sold. These are currently the only goggles I have for sale.
Bug-Eye Multizoom Steampunk Goggles. These can be worn on your hat or your face, there is a well placed gap between the lenses that allows you to see normally if you should choose to put them on your eyes. Keep those eyes clothed!