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Never misplace your readers again, with CliC's stylish, magnetic front connection ready readers. CliCs offer you "as needed" access to your glasses. No more granny chains or uncomfortable elastic headbands, and no more fumbling in your purse or briefcase for your glasses. Reach for them hanging around your neck on their size-adjustable band, simply click the magnets together over your nose, and you can read at will. There are 4 unisex, fashion-forward colors: translucent blue, red or clear, and blonde tortise. And each color offers you your choice of 6 different magnification strengths: 1.25 and 1.50 mild strengths, 1.75 and 2.00 medium strengths and 2.50 or 3.00 mature strengths. They also can be fitted for prescription lenses. Easy push/pull adjustment.
- Package Dimensions: 10.2 x 5.9 x 2.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001U88O0O
- Date first available at Amazon.com: November 3, 2004
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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These have stayed fog free even in 90% humidity while I have sweat pouring down over my face.. AMAZING..
I bought 2 sets.. I plan on buying another set or 2.. These actually have 2 lenses per side.. And has to do with the ability to stay condesation free..
I'd love to have these in a clear lense as the iridium lenses are a little to dark with the welding hood on for good clarity of the welding area..
These are very comfortable but do find if I am having to crane my head ( like bending down and looking up under something) the magnet does release. I wear a do rag and have a pony tail so there is also more hair volume.
Also I have a narrow head but long. It could use one more click on the side adjustment for just a little more room . They fit snugly like a goggle should..
Nothing but good to say about them... The view color is blue with the iridium lenses..
I am an average skiier / snowboarder, and they performed well for 2 days, and not so on 2 other days.
I believe I have an unusually fat head (I had to get the XXXL boeri helmet, and the clic I got fit reasonably well.) I didn't notice them too badly when I put my helmet on, and it was very convenient to "clic" them open, wipe the fog out and clic them back. (Note, I had a helmet on, so the backing was very secured inside the helmet. I suspect that I would easily loose these things if they clicked open when I fall without my helmet--which they did click open about 3-5 times when I fell badly.) It was also great to click them open to see things clearly when it was foggy--but, doing so risks exposing your goggles to more moisure.
On the first 2 days, I was probably just playing around with them to open and close, and I was also falling alot where I got some snow on my face. After that, the goggles never seemed to clear up (always fogging up). I think I got some snow on the inside, and I didn't noticed how badly it iced up. Also, later that evening, I noticed that there were aboug 2-3 drops of water trapped in the middle of the lenses. (Somehow most of it dried up overnight, and the rest dried up the next night.)
On the next 2 days, I limit the number of times I open and closed, and when I did open to wipe, I limited it to about 10-20 seconds. They worked so much better. Although, my eyes / face got a little cold because these goggles do not seem to keep the cold air out as well as your traditional ski goggles.
Overall, they looked great, and they seem to function. I enjoy clicking open to do a quick wipe or get a better sight when it gets dark. I will start to use these, but I will bring my real goggles in a side pocket if I need them.
The cons, would be to find the clic that fits, and the vent is only on one side so it can fog easily--just clic open for a few seconds to clear it up, though. The design seem to make it colder, so if you go into cold areas, you may Not want to use these. (a few times skiing downhill, my eyes water a little because it was so cold--I guess that didn't help keep my goggles fog free.)
(If you get these, I would recomend using some of those temporary anti fog wipes.)