Fat fingers wont cut it, I need fat fist's or I am not going camping..More than likely, he has fat fingers, but because it spelled a valid word, spellcheck let it slide.
Why don't you invite him on a camping trip and see how fat his fingers really are?
Some reasons I went with the Invision Hyper Optik product is because it works with pin-lock and non pin-lock visors. It also boasts that it's "set it and forget it" unlike the pinlock that has to be replaced over time....or can be interchanged. The ability to "interchange" to me means low grade adhesive = tearing or peeling.
I don't see any reason to go with the the race tint option or hyper optik option on a tinted visor. Maybe go with the anti-fog option, which I think is the pro shield option....but that's about it. But I never had a fog issue on my cheap ass KBC tinted visor. I did have a fog issue with my clear HJC visor...even with the breath guard.^Thank you for the info :cheers
Are there any benefits to using Hyper optics insert with tinted visor, or just go with the cheaper Pro shield insert (for track riding).
you'll want the Pro Shield with the smoke tint option.do these also come in black/smoke tint instead of the blueish color? If ill have to pick one up for my next helmet.
Used 7/1/2012 CCS Races:
Review: this hyper optik visor insert is the tits unk
It's like watching full HD vision. Stuff is soooo clear and 0 fog. I was breathing my ass off too it was blazing hot out.
It doesn't transition to tint or smoke...it turns a bit of yellowish and then blue depending on the UV it abosorbs....but you don't see the yellow and blue and things don't look yellow and blue. I was loving it!! No distortion or anything. And no glare or being blinded by the sun!!