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Decent VLD

  • By A Customer from Rochester NY USA on Tuesday, June 23, 2015
  • Pros: Fits over eyeglasses
  • Cons: Not completely view-limiting
  • Review: When flying left seat, you can still see out of left side, it is too easy to "cheat" with these. They are basically $1 safety glasses that were sanded. My advice would be to pick up a $1 pair of safety glasses and make some yourself. Saves time and money, especially since these Foggles need to be covered up with duct tape/paint anyway!
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  • By David from Bozeman MT USA on Tuesday, February 21, 2012
  • Pros: best i've found
  • Cons: better if the line between clear and foggy at the top of the glasses was more precise or clear. it's a little fuzzy
  • Review: Pretty good.
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Functional but bright

  • By A Customer from Middletown DE USA on Wednesday, June 10, 2009
  • Pros: fair price, work well
  • Cons: buy the tinted version
  • Review: They work great, however with no tint and a sunny day they are tough to use. Sunglasses don't fit well under them.
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Foggles are just that!

  • By A Customer from Cypress TX USA on Monday, June 17, 2013
  • Pros: Fit over glasses, Relatively comfortable
  • Cons: Not vented well enough to keep from fogging up your corrective lenses in the heat.
  • Review: I bought a pair for my private check ride. Unfortunately I have to wear corrective lenses as do many other pilots. The foggles I bought are to fit over corrective lenses and they do. So there's a plus. Unfortunately when you are in an aircraft that is 85 degrees inside, you have a tendancy to sweat especially during a check ride. Well after putting the foggles on, the sweat tends to fog up the corrective lenses which by the way are now between you and the foggles. What visible area there are in the foggles becomes......well!....fogged and you can't see anything. Not a good thing to happen when you are trying to bring an aircraft out of a banking dive and get everything level off and back to a normal attitude. I did get my check ride completed and successfully I might say. I did however get a double take from my examiner when I took the foggles off and he saw the sweat drenched and half fogged corrective lenses I was wearing. Guess he figured I was go to go. These things probably work well in cooler temperatures but am seriously thinking of investing in a hood for my IFR training.
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