Onion Goggles

Published July 1, 2007. From Cook's Illustrated.

Do these solve a tearful problem?

Overview:

Chopping and dicing our way through 30 pounds of onions per week in the test kitchen, we’re always interested in new methods of eye defense. And while they certainly look a bit goofy, the R.S.V.P. International Onion Goggles ($19.99) do help maintain focus on the onions—yellow, Vidalia, red, or otherwise—rather than the tissue box. We found that they block irritating fumes better than sunglasses, and the foam padding around the antifog lenses is a more comfortable alternative to swim goggles. Available in white or black with lime green trim.

Chopping and dicing our way through 30 pounds of onions per week in the test kitchen, we’re always interested in new methods of eye defense. And while they certainly look a bit goofy, the R.S.V.P. International Onion Goggles ($19.99) do help maintain focus on the onions—yellow, Vidalia, red, or otherwise—rather than the tissue box. We found that they block irritating fumes better than sunglasses, and the foam padding around the antifog lenses is a more comfortable alternative to swim goggles. Available in white or black with lime green trim.

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    R.S.V.P. International Onion Goggles

    While they certainly look a bit goofy, the goggles do help maintain focus on the onions—yellow, Vidalia, red, or otherwise—rather than the tissue box. We found that they block irritating fumes better than sunglasses, and the foam padding around the antifog lenses is a more comfortable alternative to swim goggles. Available in white or black with lime green trim.

    $19.99

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