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Just wondering for some suggestions on some ESS goggles, as well as a linky to them please

I need a good pair, can be worn nicely without helmet and I'am putting much maxed out with spending money SO, I'am looking for a GOOD pair, but SOMEWHAT cheap?

And how is ESS Profile, does is worth to buy a helmet assort with it because I just want to for some daily using.

Any suggestions?

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http://cgi.ebay.co.u...6a15e61fff49aed
http://cgi.ebay.co.u...6a15e61fff49aed


glasses and googles thay will stop pritty much everything and i know for a fact thay are indestructible

hope this helps

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http://cgi.ebay.co.u...6a15e61fff49aed
http://cgi.ebay.co.u...6a15e61fff49aed


glasses and googles thay will stop pritty much everything and i know for a fact thay are indestructible

hope this helps


These are quite nice, but do you have some advices on one big lens, no separate to two pieces.

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i know for a fact thay are indestructible


Just to make clear... No eye protection is indestructible... they may appear indestructable but can develop mirco hairline cracks which can weaken the sturcture

I use the same rule as with Motorcycle Crash Helmets.... Drop them/Have a crash.... REPLACE! So basicly fall on them/take a close spary to the face just replace them

40 for your eye sight? Not a bad price if you ask me? Risking your eyes sight for the sake of 40? Deffently not worth it!! And if your eyes are damaged at a registerted site you wont be able to sue etc cose their only responsiblity is to ensure you have eye protection on its up to yuo to make sure that they are up to the job!

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sorry bad choice of words but thay are a ruged bit of kit B)

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Its alright :) I was just making it clear

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ESS glasses can survive a shotgun :)

if you dont believe me there are loads of videos on youtube.

I think these can hold up to airsoft :D

Ive been shot in the glasses with ESS NVG profiles on and they make an interesting "DWANG" sound when hit :P

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Its alright :) I was just making it clear


Do you have any recommendation?

ESS glasses can survive a shotgun :)

if you dont believe me there are loads of videos on youtube.

I think these can hold up to airsoft :D

Ive been shot in the glasses with ESS NVG profiles on and they make an interesting "DWANG" sound when hit :P


ya, most of them are very good, but I just want to choose a very fashionable and popular goggles, do you have any suggestion?

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ya, most of them are very good, but I just want to choose a very fashionable and popular goggles, do you have any suggestion?


ESS? :P there a brilliant make,

Fashionable they look great without the huge cost of oakleys and popular? The British and American army use ESS so yeah pretty popular.

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ESS glasses can survive a shotgun :)


so true ive got a set that surrvived an ied at 5m

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ESS? :P there a brilliant make,

Fashionable they look great without the huge cost of oakleys and popular? The British and American army use ESS so yeah pretty popular.


Do you have any typical model suggest for ESS?

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ess ice model

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ess ice model



looks nice, thank you

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The ones I have are the ESS V12 model. Should come with three lense colours; clear, yellow and tinted black. Get a mk6 British army Kevlar helmet and they sit nice and tight when threaded round the elastic straps on the helmet cover. Just remember to get some de-misting spray. All can be found on eBay at a reasonable price. Very comfortable you actually forget that you are wearing them.

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The ones I have are the ESS V12 model. Should come with three lense colours; clear, yellow and tinted black. Get a mk6 British army Kevlar helmet and they sit nice and tight when threaded round the elastic straps on the helmet cover. Just remember to get some de-misting spray. All can be found on eBay at a reasonable price. Very comfortable you actually forget that you are wearing them.



That is very useful, cheers

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I use ess ice 2.4's, which are brilliant, my brother uses the ess v12 goggles which are also excellent,
My dad got them for us from work and I believe they are the army issue ones.
Buy ess, don't regress......no I don't work for them before yiu ask lol
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Yes the British army are issued with ESS and I believe it's the V12 model. I Wouldn't have anything else

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I think they issue the 2.4's aswell, but I'm not sure
Either way, both are faultless
Don't skimp out on eye.protection, you only get one set of eyes
I useful my second pair of 2.4's for daily use too so they might be ideal for you

http://www.google.co...o...ess ice 2.4




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