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EN166F is not quite enough to be proof against the energies used in airsoft.  However, the next category up, 166 B is much, much higher, and I'd be surprised if they weren't more than sufficient in practice.

 

Wrap around and sealed is more than a lot of players use.

 

As to whether they'll fog up or not, not a clue.

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No good I’m afraid 😟 

don't look even vaguely tacticool ! 

😂😂

 

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Think you'd look better with some science goggles. :lol:

 

Get a pair of ESS ICE from eBay for £25.

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@Rogerborg would like to keep my eyes haha, ones i have just now are not that bad and have took a few hits, more so they fog up. 

@Druid799 i thought they looked funky lol 

@Gepard on a limited budget works being a tight arse and not putting any overtime up haha as i would just buy a real decent pair if i had the money. 

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I have to say eye Pro is not the place to save money. for an extra £4 you can get these which will at least have a suitable rating.

 

this company also do a few other types of goggles and glasses all of which are under £25

 

http://www.britishmilitarysurplus.co.uk/shop/sale-items/revision-sawfly-impact-sun-g-1123881.html

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I use these with Yellow Lenses mate https://www.amazon.co.uk/Nuprol-Airsoft-Battle-Safety-Glasses/dp/B0778JH37L/ref=cts_sp_1_vtp?th=1 / https://www.patrolbase.co.uk/nuprol-battle-pro-eye-protective-airsoft-glasses

 

Can't fault them myself. Been using them for about 2 months or so. There are some slight fog issues but I have since bought Fog buster Wipes that prevent them fogging entirely.

 

Worth a buy if you can find some that are not out of stock and also cheap.

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thanks guys.

 

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1 hour ago, Crazy_Crystal said:

I have to say eye Pro is not the place to save money. for an extra £4 you can get these which will at least have a suitable rating.

 

this company also do a few other types of goggles and glasses all of which are under £25

 

http://www.britishmilitarysurplus.co.uk/shop/sale-items/revision-sawfly-impact-sun-g-1123881.html

Wouldn’t touch them with a barge pole , there not new there 2nd hand so you don’t know there history .

 

if your on a tight budget I’d highly recommend bolle glasses I’ve been using trackers on and off for near 18yrs with out any problems at all .

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Bolle-Safety-Glasses-Spectacles-BOLLE-Eye-Protection-Accessories-Various-Types/173583228937?epid=1860741447&hash=item286a5de009:m:mHRrWEGxA6IY3gFr6L_TviA

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If you cant afford decent (appropriate) eye pro personally I wouldn't be playing until I have something sufficient, your eye safety should be the most paramount bit of kit you think about.

 

Sorry if that's a bit blunt but you only get one set of eyes so doing some research and having to save should be at the forefront of everyone priorities, all due respect to @Druid799 but I also wouldn't be buying eye pro off eBay due to the amount of knock off's of everything on there.

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I think eye pro was the only thing I didn't thought of cheapin out on.

All of my gear is repro/clone but for eye pro I splashed the cash (within reason)

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1 hour ago, clumpyedge said:

all due respect to @Druid799 but I also wouldn't be buying eye pro off eBay due to the amount of knock off's of everything on there.

No offence taken bud , happen to agree with you to an extent , the ones I’ve linked to are being sold by a well established safety wear seller (somthing like this I ALWAYS do some research on the seller first) not some ‘fly by night’ sell and run type . 👍

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3 hours ago, Crazy_Crystal said:

I have to say eye Pro is not the place to save money. for an extra £4 you can get these which will at least have a suitable rating.

 

this company also do a few other types of goggles and glasses all of which are under £25

 

http://www.britishmilitarysurplus.co.uk/shop/sale-items/revision-sawfly-impact-sun-g-1123881.html

Love my revisions(ants with yellow tint) took a heavy BB hit off a sniper at very questionable range it hit hard enough to send some moisture that was in the bottom on the lens holder splashing into my eyes but not even a blemish on the lens,still have a constant battle with steam though up to now Toothpaste seems king(?) Got Bolle trackers too I use them when I cant be arsed to take the revisions off my helmet they're sound too

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4 hours ago, Mad Rag said:

 

@Gepard on a limited budget works being a tight arse and not putting any overtime up haha as i would just buy a real decent pair if i had the money. 

 

Eyes are the most important thing to cater to on your limited budget. You willing to sacrifice your vision over a tenner?

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7 minutes ago, Gepard said:

 

Eyes are the most important thing to cater to on your limited budget. You willing to sacrifice your vision over a tenner?

can i point out i do have eye pro already, just wanted to get something a bit more practical as i have ski google type just now.  ( didntmean for that to come across as it probs did i appreciate all help and advice given.0

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