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#1 darkstar123481

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 05:48 PM

has anyone had any problems with them fogging? i dont get how they wouldnt fog if they arent thermal lenses. because im sure if u get shot in the lense a few times im sure the coating wears off hows i work?? id like to make sure its prefectly safe before i buyy them then gotta buy another lense like a thermal lense in that case id just buy something else. so someone help me out how does it work.

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Posted 20 February 2009 - 06:01 PM

has anyone had any problems with them fogging? i dont get how they wouldnt fog if they arent thermal lenses. because im sure if u get shot in the lense a few times im sure the coating wears off hows i work?? id like to make sure its prefectly safe before i buyy them then gotta buy another lense like a thermal lense in that case id just buy something else. so someone help me out how does it work.



I've washed my lenses more than I can count and I still have never had a problem with the lenses fogging. The anti-fog coating is on there pretty good and probably even has a wax over it to keep it on there.

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Posted 10 June 2009 - 10:05 PM

isnt the anti-fog coating on the inside? when a mask fogs up, its on the inside. so i doubt headshots would affect it. now rubbing the "inside" of the lens, that might pose a problem.

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Posted 23 August 2010 - 12:31 PM

isnt the anti-fog coating on the inside? when a mask fogs up, its on the inside. so i doubt headshots would affect it. now rubbing the "inside" of the lens, that might pose a problem.


if they make grillz lenses the same way they make profiler lenses, then no, it won't be a problem. If anyones rough with their equipment it's me. the inner layer of my profiler lens has patches of film peeling off, but it never fogs...NEVER... hardiest masks around... 2 thumbs up...
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