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  • spikeball
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    Z Leader was the version before V Force.

  • zenmic
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    Me neither. V-force had photo chromatic lenses for their mask? I guess it must have been a limited run. I would have loved to have a single pane photo chromatic lens for my Profiler. Regardless I will try the thermals and try and squirrel some of the singles. Thanks for all the expert advice.

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  • Cunha
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    Raven just had the photo chromatic lenses he wasn't talking about the lineage.

    I didn't realize they made photo chromatic profiler lenses.

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  • Matt Drown
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    I have a photochromatic profiler lense, works as advertised. Brass Eagle was the predecessor to the profiler, not Raven, at least as far as I can tell.

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  • Cunha
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    I like them for bright open no cover fields. Keep you cool.

    I'd get some of these singles while they're available. I love the profiler.

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  • zenmic
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    The only mirror/tinted ones I liked were the OLD photo-chromatic ones from Raven, those many moons ago.

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  • Cunha
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    They still say thermo cured. Maybe they're still great. I would buy one and test it and then buy a few more to hold onto.

    If you like mirror lenses, that mirror lens might be the last single pane mirror you see for some time.

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  • zenmic
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    Cunha, you are so right. I miss those. Dunk them, use an old t-shirt to dry them off, and you are back in action. Are those $15.00 ones still the same? If not, then I guess I will just have to make sure I have my spray bottle full of water.

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  • Cunha
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    You just gotta be nice to the inner part of the lens. worn out cotton shirts or baby diapers. absolutely no paper towel sand paper bullshit.

    microfibers are also quite abrasive.

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  • Matt Drown
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    https://www.ansgear.com/V_Force_Prof...show=24&page=1

    $15 for clear & yellow single pane.


    I use single pane in grillz and profilers. I've had grillz fog up at michigan monster game in single form, never had single profilers fog. I live in Northern California, so I normally don't have to worry about it.

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  • Cunha
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    https://www.ebay.com/itm/15457588956...kAAOSwxZRhEy-T cheap themo cured single chrome

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/17337560431...IAAOSwLG1alSy4 yellow

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/14411801172...IAAOSw5YNg9D~6 clear

    If it was me I would be buying these now and keeping them around. The lenses last almost forever when stored well. Especially the old packaging one that will probably be same manufacturer of the good old days.

    It does seem like they are pretty much moving away from the single pane lenses.

    They have single smoke and yellow on here too https://www.ansgear.com/V_Force_Prof...ses_s/8554.htm

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  • Cunha
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    Zenmic - Yeah they made the switch around the time they switched manufacturers and owners, QUITE a while ago.

    They stopped marketing the "Thermo Cured Anti Fog" which was I agree was the best solution for me and worked even when I had the whole interior of the mask completely drenched in sweat and condensation.

    One problem with it was that people would wipe it down with paper towels and totally destroy the coating. People are more knowledgeable about taking care of dual pane lenses.

    What I don't know is whether the new single pane lenses are still good like the old ones, or are low end.

    Because back in the day V force didn't even have dual pane lenses.

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  • zenmic
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    I have always like the quick and easy way to pull to clean the lens from the V-Force profiler, and with it being a single pane, you just dunk the lens into water and you are done. Thermals are a LOT less forgiving. Only is very extreme conditions have I had a fogging issue with the V-Force lenses, but it is usually not an issue. I will need to replace the lens soon, and wondered if the trend is to go all thermal or will V-Force continue to make both kinds.

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  • Falcon16
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    I've seen single pane lenses on Ebay and such but with the dual pane thermal lenses being so cheap it seems worth it to just go with those

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  • Jonnydread
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    Last I checked you can still get single pane lenses for the Profiler/Shield, but like BrickHaus said I have not had great experiences with the single pane lenses in more humid conditions. I remember seeing the thermal lens touted as an 'upgrade' for the Profilers quite a few years ago, like early 00s.

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