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  • Mr. Hick
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    I forgot about these! I had a set I wore for Airborne Ops! They were comfortable enough and I never had fogging issues with them either maybe it's time to jump in the throw back machine and grab a pair!

    I also became quite efficient at making 550 straps for them too.

  • durandal
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    Anyone try these with bunkerkings CMD?

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  • Paintslinger16
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    Look into these, I was issued them as a firefighter
    https://www.galls.com/criss-optical-...BoC0F4QAvD_BwE

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  • jokers
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    So with a quick search i found a google system that you can get a full prescription lens for the goggle lens. The one that i found (RX Goggles) only sell 2 masks (not lenses) a dye i4 and i5, the mask price is pretty standard but the lenses add min 130 dollars max 434 dollars to the total cost so not a very cheap option. Does anyone here have something like this and can compare?

    I see pluses and minuses for both.

    The Youzee allows for multiple goggles, is significantly cheaper especially if you have a major prescription, your goggle lenses get damaged and with the Youzee you would not require a special lens to replace it (not sure if you can buy just the lens?).

    The built in lens would allow for a better peripheral vision, they are built in so there is less chance of forgetting your glasses, even though the Youzee are clear they may get in the way a little, no one else could use your goggles and you would need to buy new lenses if you ever want to get rid of them, finally if you get a new prescription you have to get a new mask or lens.

    Gluing in lenses might be better as it is cheaper than all, you do not have the clear outer edge. In the same line as the built in though you cant share, need new lenses to sell, scratch or update script.

    I am sure that i am missing something and would love to hear thoughts or really anything about this.

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  • SignOfZeta
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    I’ve debated getting/making this kind of thing for ages. Based on this review I bought some and so far I’m very happy.

    https://youtu.be/HZ8fhOw4KnM (contains swears).

    As much as I like this product I wish it didn’t have to exist. What these companies are charging for masks that they insist are the absolute cutting edge of safety and comfort...yet they don’t offer more than one size...yet they don’t already have a YouZee-like frame as a optional add-on...it just proves what BS it all is. Mask makers want a CAD file they can ship to China and 10 tons of marketing, they don’t care about how useful the mask actually is. Do you really need a ratcheting strap more than you need to SEE what you’re DOING? Probably not.

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  • XEMON
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    I know I'm late to the party, but when scuba we glue old lenses inside the mask. I've done a few and they turned out really well, my mom still uses them nearly 10 years later ...

    If anyone wants to try it, I'm happy to help and guide.

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  • E-NinjA!
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    If you do manage to borrow one to test fit, please post back here. I am subscribed to this thread.

  • alpha_q_up
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    I do not have a push mask, I'll keep my eye out and see if somone will let me borrow one

  • E-NinjA!
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    I love wearing my unites. Do you happen to have access to any to try out the fit? My glasses fit inside the unites but it's not super comfy.

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  • Arthur
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    Ive been running these for a couple years, worth every penny.

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  • atomicleaf
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    Definitely gonna look into these...

    Thanks for the review.

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  • alpha_q_up
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    Yeah I love my Flex/Shields and use them 98% of the time and I feel like they fit in them the best

  • Brokeass_baller
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    Oh good. I wear Flexes.

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  • glaman5266
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    Thanks for posting the pictures. I wear a Proshield 95% of the time, and they look like they fit great in your Flex. Definitely a serious option for me now.

  • alpha_q_up
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    Added some pictures of them in a few masks I had

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