I think Wartheim's argument is that it's Euclid because we don't understand how the glasses interact with the entities. I disagree, because the one thing we do understand is that the glasses only (seem to) become dangerous when they're actively worn by a human (so far). In general, they pass the "lock them in a room" test for 'safe'.
As for the argument that this is like SCP-750 - I'll admit the conceptual similarity, but a) I think the similarity is vague enough that these are effectively separate notions, and b) this one is better. 750 just makes you see (and otherwise sense) shit that ain't there. That's quite definite. They're just schizophrenia-inducing.
The shit that this makes you see… most definitely is there. The thematic connection with SCP-362 is stronger (so much so that part of my brain is saying CROSS-TEST THEM!), but I still feel that these are distinct enough.
You know what might be interesting? If these had a "THE FACTORY" logo on them. Imagine how many other people there are who have a pair of these glasses…