Do Goggles of Day (Magic Item Compendium page 107) counteract Light Blindness like that of a Drow?
GOGGLES OF DAY
Price (Item Level): 4,500 gp (9th)
Body Slot: Face
Caster Level: 3rd
Aura: Faint; (DC 16) transmutation
The lenses of these goggles are made of silveredcrystal, and the frames are hewn from smoky quartz.
When you place these goggles over your eyes, you can operate without penalty in preternaturally bright light, such as might result from a flare, sunbeam, or sunburst spell. These goggles also allow a vampire wearer to take a full-round action prior to dissolution when confronted with sunlight, as opposed to just a move or standard action.
Prerequisites: Craft Wondrous Item, darkvision.
Cost to Create: 2,250 gp, 180 XP, 5 days.
It doesn't specifically say so, but it does say 'can operate without penalty in preternaturally bright light'. Preternaturally as defined by whom? It would be either the creator, or the wearer. If the latter, I think a drow would consider normal sunlight as preternaturally bright light. Even if it's the former, what if the creator is also drow? I'm aware that Sundark Goggles (Races of the Dragon page 123) exist and are considerably cheaper but I like the description of these. What say you?