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Hi all,

Does anyone have any good suggestions in my search to find a solution to my full face protection misting up when it rains etc.

Have tried the off the shelf anti mist/fog solutions with no luck.

Any ideas greatly appreciated.

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I put up a post about new masks and goggles at the weekend but not had much luck so I have been looking into it and i'm going with Marui Pro Goggle/Face Mask with Fan but you can also get anti-mist lens at has two sets of glass (like double glazing windows) the gap helps lessen the temp difference from the outside of the mask to the inside helping to stop misting

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Mesh eye protection

www.heroshark.co.uk

love it, never had a problem with them.

mesh lower face mask, strike systems or the like are quite good
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Gob on the inside of the lens, putting the layer of spit on the inside of your lens prevents mist forming. if you use water the lens will just have it roll of, but spit is thicker and will stick.

no need in spending money on anti mist products when a simple solution works.
well unless you're american then yeah spend away


(The usa spent $16million to develope a pen that could write while in zero-g underwater and upside down. russians spent $0.50 and got a pack of 4 pencils from the local supermarket)
moral of the story dont spend money on something if something else does it already

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If you are willing to go Mesh you can get some sweet masks Army of Two style ect

http://www.ebay.co.u...-All-Categories
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Get hero shark mesh, they're really good
Or bitter end

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Gob on the inside of the lens, putting the layer of spit on the inside of your lens prevents mist forming. if you use water the lens will just have it roll of, but spit is thicker and will stick.

no need in spending money on anti mist products when a simple solution works.
well unless you're american then yeah spend away


(The usa spent $16million to develope a pen that could write while in zero-g underwater and upside down. russians spent $0.50 and got a pack of 4 pencils from the local supermarket)
moral of the story dont spend money on something if something else does it already


Fortunately I'm not a yank, lol

They do say the most obvious answers are so invisible, will certainly give it a try, ta













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Are there no Goggles/masks with both thermal lens and a fan?
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I've got a pair of these:
http://www.ebay.co.u...=item2c5f535a40
I don't think they're really made by ESS (lol) but they stood up to a friends sniper rifle at point blank and have cured my extremely bad fogging issues (compounded by me being a glasses wearer) completely.

Highly reccommended!

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go for mesh all the way!

do what i do,

have a mesh lower half with either shooting glasses for long range and dry or mesh goggles for wet and cqb

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Go for mesh or get lens with a really good ventilation.
Saxon Airsoft's Youtube Channel:
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Try an ess no fog cloth, works brilliantly.




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