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Finally! A new IFR View Limiting Device that simulates the true realism of IMC more comfortably and accurately than the old bulky, heavy glasses and hoods from the past.

Designed by pilots for pilots. Blockalls take the problems with existing view limiting products and eliminates them. At just under 1 oz, it’s easy to forget you are wearing them. Designed to easily penetrate the seal of your headset eliminating the hassle of having to remove it first and can be worn for extended periods of time without discomfort thanks to the soft rubber nosepiece and temple tips.

Blockalls block sunlight and with off center viewing, more of your time is spent inside the flight deck than outside.

  • Modern design
  • Choose a Stylish Color
  • Blocks Sunlight
  • Lightweight -less than 1 oz.
  • Comfortable - Can be worn for hours at a time
  • No need to remove headset first  
  • Made with an intentional offset design which better restricts the view out of the side window, enhancing the realism of true IMC.

Models available:

  • The standard, left seat, model is available in a variety of color choices.
  • The helicopter model is the same as the regular Blockall, with the exception of a more refined viewing area to accommodate the smaller panels found in helicopters. Black only.
  • The CFI model is for use by the right seat pilot and is designed with an opposite asymmetrical design to the standard Blockalls.  Black only.

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Blockalls IFR View Limiting Device

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Blockalls IFR View Limiting Device Overview:

Finally! A new IFR View Limiting Device that simulates the true realism of IMC more comfortably and accurately than the old bulky, heavy glasses and hoods from the past.

Designed by pilots for pilots. Blockalls take the problems with existing view limiting products and eliminates them. At just under 1 oz, it’s easy to forget you are wearing them. Designed to easily penetrate the seal of your headset eliminating the hassle of having to remove it first and can be worn for extended periods of time without discomfort thanks to the soft rubber nosepiece and temple tips.

Blockalls block sunlight and with off center viewing, more of your time is spent inside the flight deck than outside.

  • Modern design
  • Choose a Stylish Color
  • Blocks Sunlight
  • Lightweight -less than 1 oz.
  • Comfortable - Can be worn for hours at a time
  • No need to remove headset first  
  • Made with an intentional offset design which better restricts the view out of the side window, enhancing the realism of true IMC.

Models available:

  • The standard, left seat, model is available in a variety of color choices.
  • The helicopter model is the same as the regular Blockall, with the exception of a more refined viewing area to accommodate the smaller panels found in helicopters. Black only.
  • The CFI model is for use by the right seat pilot and is designed with an opposite asymmetrical design to the standard Blockalls.  Black only.

 

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  • Blockalls IFR View Limiting Device

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My thoughts after 6 months of owning and using Blockalls IFR view limiting device.

  • By Brad from Alcester SD USA on Thursday, April 14, 2022
  • Pros: Light weight, easy to store, priced right.
  • Review: Blockalls do what they are advertised to do and they do it well. I find them far superior to "The Hood" or "Foggles". The hood for me is just to big and clunky, foggles never seem to limit my view as much as I would like. Plus Blockalls look much better than anything else.

    They are light weight, easy to store in your flight bag and come with a nice pouch to store them in to aid in scratch prevention.

    The only complaint I have is the thickness of the ear pieces. They open up your headset and things get a little loud. If they were as thin as the ear pieces on Flying Eyes sunglasses, this would have been a 5 star review.

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Useless

  • By A Customer from Tucson, AZ on Friday, March 25, 2022
  • Pros: Tinted options
  • Review: I was hopeful with all the great reviews that these glasses would really work well, but they don't. While wearing the glasses normally and looking at the panel straight on, all I can see is my feet. I have no clue how the designer thought you could view the panel normally. In order to do so, you must lift your head, straining your neck to get a normal view of the panel. This is intensified when flying from the right seat as you have to lift and turn your head. This caused terrible headaches after just 10 minutes. Another strange issue is that the glasses don't go all the way back to your ears. As a result, they constantly fall off. The view window on the glasses are not uniform either. The left lens is approximately 1/4" smaller than the right lens. I ended up taking a $2 pair of safety glasses and taping off the proper view area and then spray painting it. I wish I would have done that to begin with so I wouldn't be out the money for these ridiculous glasses. Buyers beware.

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  • By on Tuesday, September 07, 2021
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  • Review: I've been using these for almost a year now and they've been my favorite view limiting glasses I've ever used. The flat black sort of acts like sunglasses, albeit to a lesser extent and still allow you to be able to wear them at night if you ever take a night IFR refresher or training flight. And, of course, make sure you have a safety pilot when you're wearing them.

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Great Product

  • By Richard from Owens Cross Roads AL USA on Monday, June 21, 2021
  • Pros: Easy to use. Exactly what you need to train for instrument flying.
  • Review: This really is a convenient, easy to store, set of foggles. I chose the red pair so I could find them easily and despite what looks like a whacky set up, they work great!

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Lens positions blocked peripheral "cheating."

  • By Burt from Angel Fire NM USA on Wednesday, February 17, 2021
  • Pros: Lens positions blocked peripheral "cheating." Opaque.
  • Review: While flying back seat with a fellow student using another brand, he was nearly blinded while flying towards the sun. I lent him my Blockalls. Problem solved.

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Compact, light, and fully functional

  • By Andrew from Saint Louis MO USA on Thursday, September 24, 2020
  • Pros: Light, unobtrusive, functional
  • Review: These not only met my expectations, but the standards of the instructors I've shown it to. Hoods are bulky, and these take up no more space than a pair of sunglasses, so they won't interfere with mics, cables, or just hit random stuff in a small cockpit. And they definitely block out everything but the instrument panel, so there isn't any worry of "cheating" when simulating IMC.

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  • By on Thursday, June 20, 2019
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  • Review: Very good, does the job nicely.

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My thoughts after 6 months of owning and using Blockalls IFR view limiting device.

  • By Brad from Alcester SD USA on Thursday, April 14, 2022
  • Pros: Light weight, easy to store, priced right.
  • Cons: Thick ear piece, opens up your headset just enough to let engine noise in.
  • Review: Blockalls do what they are advertised to do and they do it well. I find them far superior to "The Hood" or "Foggles". The hood for me is just to big and clunky, foggles never seem to limit my view as much as I would like. Plus Blockalls look much better than anything else.

    They are light weight, easy to store in your flight bag and come with a nice pouch to store them in to aid in scratch prevention.

    The only complaint I have is the thickness of the ear pieces. They open up your headset and things get a little loud. If they were as thin as the ear pieces on Flying Eyes sunglasses, this would have been a 5 star review.
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Useless

  • By A Customer from Tucson, AZ on Friday, March 25, 2022
  • Pros: Tinted options
  • Cons: Requires you to lift your head up to get a normal view of the panel
  • Review: I was hopeful with all the great reviews that these glasses would really work well, but they don't. While wearing the glasses normally and looking at the panel straight on, all I can see is my feet. I have no clue how the designer thought you could view the panel normally. In order to do so, you must lift your head, straining your neck to get a normal view of the panel. This is intensified when flying from the right seat as you have to lift and turn your head. This caused terrible headaches after just 10 minutes. Another strange issue is that the glasses don't go all the way back to your ears. As a result, they constantly fall off. The view window on the glasses are not uniform either. The left lens is approximately 1/4" smaller than the right lens. I ended up taking a $2 pair of safety glasses and taping off the proper view area and then spray painting it. I wish I would have done that to begin with so I wouldn't be out the money for these ridiculous glasses. Buyers beware.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.
  • Verified Purchase

  • By on Tuesday, September 07, 2021
  • Review: I've been using these for almost a year now and they've been my favorite view limiting glasses I've ever used. The flat black sort of acts like sunglasses, albeit to a lesser extent and still allow you to be able to wear them at night if you ever take a night IFR refresher or training flight. And, of course, make sure you have a safety pilot when you're wearing them.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.
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Great Product

  • By Richard from Owens Cross Roads AL USA on Monday, June 21, 2021
  • Pros: Easy to use. Exactly what you need to train for instrument flying.
  • Cons: none
  • Review: This really is a convenient, easy to store, set of foggles. I chose the red pair so I could find them easily and despite what looks like a whacky set up, they work great!
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.
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Lens positions blocked peripheral "cheating."

  • By Burt from Angel Fire NM USA on Wednesday, February 17, 2021
  • Pros: Lens positions blocked peripheral "cheating." Opaque.
  • Cons: Too early to discover any.
  • Review: While flying back seat with a fellow student using another brand, he was nearly blinded while flying towards the sun. I lent him my Blockalls. Problem solved.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.
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Compact, light, and fully functional

  • By Andrew from Saint Louis MO USA on Thursday, September 24, 2020
  • Pros: Light, unobtrusive, functional
  • Cons: None
  • Review: These not only met my expectations, but the standards of the instructors I've shown it to. Hoods are bulky, and these take up no more space than a pair of sunglasses, so they won't interfere with mics, cables, or just hit random stuff in a small cockpit. And they definitely block out everything but the instrument panel, so there isn't any worry of "cheating" when simulating IMC.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 1 Other people found this review helpful.
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  • By on Thursday, June 20, 2019
  • Review: Very good, does the job nicely.
  • Was this review helpful to you? Yes No 0 Other people found this review helpful.

2 QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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  • Saturday, December 05, 2020

    Q: do they work over prescription glasses

    A: These will not work very well over RX glasses.  Instead, we would recommend either the Eyeglass Overcasters or the Viban.

  • Saturday, December 10, 2016

    Q: These look great. Are they considered "approved" by the FAA for use on the checkride?

    A: The are no specific requirements issued by the FAA for a view limiting device.  So, yes, this is perfectly acceptable for use on your practical exam (checkride).

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