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Members Testing Anti-fog?

Discussion in 'Research and Development' started by themenz, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. Scuba_Jenny

    Scuba_Jenny dirty-finned dive goddess ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Hmmm.. still waiting on my samples, should be here soon!
     
  2. Tom Winters

    Tom Winters Instructor, Scuba

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    I used mine up already... Good stuff but you have a towelette and wrapper to dispose of after use.
     
  3. bcsean

    bcsean Manta Ray

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    got my samples a couple days ago. This weekend was a write off. Hoping for no storms this coming weekend.
     
  4. themenz

    themenz Angel Fish

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    Tom, FogTech also comes in a bottle that is more cost effective and reduces waste too. Holds 30 ml and good for about 40 applications. The bottle is packaged inside a heavy duty ziplock baggie with two soft cotton applicators that are vinyl backed to conserve the solution. The soft cotton is very easy on the lens.

    The packet is used for convenience and where an absolutely clean towelette is required each time. Soldier eyewear is an example. It is critical that the protective goggles they wear be fog-free and not suffer scratches.
     
  5. kent_1848

    kent_1848 Manta Ray

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    So, all you testers, what did you think of the stuff?
     
  6. scubamate

    scubamate Instructor, Scuba

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    I used mine a few weeks ago in Coz. Stuff worked great. You need to let me know a cost so I can sell it to my student.
     
  7. themenz

    themenz Angel Fish

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    Bill send me an email and I can send you our dealer pricing for FogTech along with minimums.

    gene@motosolutions.com

    Bottles retail for $16 and a 5 pack of the packets is $5.
     
  8. DrSteve

    DrSteve Divemaster

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    If you are still looking for testers I will be doing some cold water (mid Atlantic) stuff this month followed by Bonaire. Send me a PM if you need an extra.
     
  9. WJL

    WJL DIR Practitioner

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    It worked great with two of my older masks. One mask in particular had never been fog-free no matter what I had tried, but was completely clear using this stuff.

    Last weekend I tried it on a brand-new mask that I had not cleaned very carefully beforehand, and the results were not very good. I'm going to give that new mask a thorough cleaning and try the fogtech again.
     
  10. Scuba_Jenny

    Scuba_Jenny dirty-finned dive goddess ScubaBoard Supporter

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    Used it last weekend. Put it on one lens. Worked great. Used the same wipe the next morning and reapplied to the same lens. Still worked great. Good stuff.
     

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