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Members Testing Anti-fog?

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

  1. ScubaDadMiami

    ScubaDadMiami CCR Instructor

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    I finally had the chance to test it out. I did one dive where it was flawless though there was one spot on my mask that was blurry. This probably had to do with the way I applied it.

    To continue the experiment, I rinsed the mask briefly in water, and then I did a second dive. Big mistake! Nothing but fog.

    In the end, while I think this is a good product, scuba diving involves water. If one must keep the mask lens dry in order for this product to work, I think it will be a problem selling this to divers.
     
  2. Aggie Diver

    Aggie Diver Instructor, Scuba

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    If you're still looking for testers I'll be happy to try it out and on students :) here in Texas.

    Feel free to drop me a PM.
     

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