Airsoft Glass Regulator Ski Goggles with Fan

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Fan Ventilated Ski Goggles

The Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles are a unique pair of winter goggles that feature a built-in battery operated fan to clear and prevent fogging. These are truly a great pair of winter goggles.

  • Fan Instruction: 1st click – Turn on the fan for ventilation | 2nd click – Increase wind for the Fan | 3rd click – Turns off the fan
  • 100% Brand New, color: DE // Size: length about 6.3 inch; height about 1.97 inch
  • Material: the Polycarbonate; Nylon // Battery type: 2 x AAA battery (Does NOT include batteries)
  • Fan Version keeps the lenses clear
  • Content: 1x Smoked Lens and 1x White lens, a box.

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Fan Version Cooler Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles Ski Snowboard Bike Sports BK

Fan Version Cooler Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles Ski Snowboard Bike Sports BK 100% Brand New Manufacturer: FMA Material: the Polycarbonate; Nylon Weight: About 320g Color: Black Content: 1x Smoked Lens and 1x White lens, a box This goggle was designed with two...

Fan Version Cooler Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles Ski Snowboard Bike Sports DE

Fan Version Cooler Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles Ski Snowboard Bike Sports DE 100% Brand New Manufacturer: FMA Material: the Polycarbonate; Nylon Weight: About 320g Color: DE Content: 1x Smoked Lens and 1x White lens, a box This goggle was designed with two primary...

FMA Fan Version Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles Ski Snowboard Bike Sports BK USA

Manufacturer: FMA Lens are made of thick polycarbonate, can prevent eyes from smoke, small particles etc. The brim of the frame covered by polyethylene meterial which is pliable and comfortable. Buckles on the sides for adjust Suitable for outside activities...

FMA Fan Version Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles Ski Snowboard Bike Sports DE USA

Manufacturer: FMA Lens are made of thick polycarbonate, can prevent eyes from smoke, small particles etc. The brim of the frame covered by polyethylene meterial which is pliable and comfortable. Buckles on the sides for adjust Suitable for outside activities...

Fan Version Cooler Airsoft Glass Regulator Goggles Ski Snowboard Bike Sports BK

- Fan Instruction: 1st click:Turn on the fan for ventilation; 2nd click : Increase wind for the Fan; 3rd click: Turn off the fan. - 100% Brand New, color: Black // Size: length about 6.3 inch; height about 1.97 inch. - Material: the Polycarbonate; Nylon // Battery...

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Country/Region of Manufacture United States
Type Goggles
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15 Reviews for Airsoft Glass Regulator Ski Goggles with Fan

  1. Bobfishdog1234

    The only goggles that have never fogged up on me. I’ve bought a lot of “fog resistant” goggles, but none of them ever worked. I sweat like a pig. I had heard of goggles that had anti-fog fans, but thought that they were going to be way too expensive. Saw these and decided to give them a try. Best decision ever. Airsoft is fun again.

  2. Isaac

    I have had these goggles for four months now, and fought with them in many games (using only the tinted lens). They feel like an obvious product of cheap Chinese manufacturing, but as advertised and have not failed on me yet. One star off for bad foam shrouding and reverse fan direction as stated below.Pros-Comes with a case and two lenses (I love the tint)-The fan is near silent, to the point you do not know it is on-The battery case and wires to it are fairly robust-The lens has not chipped yet, and only gets scuffed by BBsCons-Feels very Chinese; borderline flimsy-Foam covering vents surrounding the goggles comes loose very easily (useless anyway)-Fan blows inwards instead of outwards (reverse the wires yourself)-Battery container can dig into your noggin if you do not wear some sort of head cover (balaclava/baseball cap)-Connection from strap to goggle is ugly but functionalI consider reversing the polarity (switching the leads from the battery to the fan) a valuable modification to pull humidity away from the lens instead of pushing external air towards it.

  3. Chadnic

    How to use: 1-click turns the fan on high. A second click turns the fan on low. A third click shuts it off. Easy and simple.A tiny bit bulky but no fogging issues what-so-ever. If you were to use these plus some anti-fog you’d be able to handle almost any humidity issues.The air flow is just enough to keep the lens dry. You might end up with something around the edges if you stand in place for a really long time but I couldn’t get it to fog up at all, even after hours of perspiring into these things.The fan is not loud at all even on high. I had to check more than once that thing was even on it was so quiet.I’ve shot this thing and gotten shot by several rounds square in the goggles with no problem.

  4. Jeremy

    Other than the fact that the fan’s auto shutoff is a little short (a few hours) and you will forget during long airsoft games, that’s not a horrible problem to have. The strap and the wiring can be a bit rigid to go around a helmet, but for the price it’s quite functional. The goggles are fashionable and high speed looking, interfacing well with a hi cut helmet. The fan works well though sometimes I wish there was about one more fan in it. So far I am very pleased with my purchase and it has made fighting in Virginia summer mugginess far more tolerable.

  5. Jennifer giammatteo

    i have used these as airsoft eyepro and while they are not physically comfortable on the face (the “padding” is hard, but stfu) they not only do not fog with that fan going but they do also protect your eyes from getting shot out w bbs. ive taken a few goggle hits w this and i can still see fine. the batteries did die on me after a decent amount of use. but i can replace the batteries easily. these are a lot cheaper than the $200 fanned eyepro goggles one of my friend has and they both seem to be doing the same job, although im sure his are nicer in many ways.

  6. James Alexander

    Due to the lack of recent review and some reviews stating there were issues with these I am writing this review to tell you these are the real deal. They are a little stinky, more of an industrial smell when you first yank em out of the case but I got over that pretty quickly. The fan blows air into the goggles and the space where the nose is isnt a tight fit to help exhaust hot air. The foam that goes to your face is thick and doesnt give way much to provide a good seal to lock out sweat and moisture and the foam between the lens and the face piece is very ventilated providing good airflow. The battery compartment is not heavy but one of the soft rubber hold ons ripped and I needed to ziptie one side back to the headstrap, not a big deal to me for $30 goggles. The fan is quiet on high mode but there is some kind of either electrical or mechanical stuttering sound on the low mode, which doesnt bother me but might be an issue with the speed control circuit board.In closing for what I paid for these goggles I expected fogging but playing all day running around and such I did not fog at all. A great value.

  7. Motoscooter

    Awesome! Played a Milsim event on a 90* day with 80% humidity. Never fogged while the fan was on.Did some trimming to make them fit a little better but overall there awesome for $30.

  8. Kayla monell

    I would really like to have written a nice review about these but I can’t. I will make a final review once I get my replacement pair. With that said right out of the box these goggles did not work. The fan would not turn on at all I used many batteries just to make sure it was defective. I was really looking forward to using these on the field this weekend but not anymore.Other than the fan not working the goggles seem great. They fit good but are not really prescription glasses friendly. You have to stretch them over your glasses and they put a bit of pressure on them didn’t bother me but I have thin glasses. The strap seemed good and the battery pack is removable which is a plus. The case was really nice to it has a carbon fiber look to it. And it comes with another lens and a decent lens cleaner.All and all these things are good for the price point. But with that price point comes the possibility of poor manufacturing and no instructions on the box. Although they are pretty self-explanatory batteries in push button that easy. Thankfully Amazon is sending me out another pair hopefully they work. If you buy these expect the worst just because it’s cheap but if they work congratulations.

  9. D. Van

    I was super stoked to see that the lenses were actually spherical rather than a cylindrical panorama, like other goggles. This is a feature typically reserved for more expensive items. The curvature, however, has a VERY tight radius making these suitable only for the narrowest of faces. As a result the brow and nose bridge dont contact my face at all while the temples crush inward on my skull. Both pictures show the various points where I can insert my pinky without moving or disrupting the goggles. In the second photo you can even see that I can look through the gap over my nose. The discomfort is made even worse by the abysmally short headband. Even at full extension, it is too tight for my 7 1/2 head. The plastic has a very cheap, flimsy, rubberized feel that does not inspire confidence in regard to durability. I will attempt to return these as they are simply impossible to wear for my extraordinarily average head.

  10. Jonny B

     This is the second pair of these… the first arrived DOA, but Amazon was fantastic about sending a replacement… it inconvenienced me by a couple days, but whatever. If/when these die, I’ll rip out the guts and put my own switch on them. If/when the fan dies, I’ll put a new fan on them. Or I’ll jut buy another pair. Or finish working on the ones I started last month. At any rate, what do you really expect for $31?Regardless.. yeah, they are a bit tight on the face due to the curve, but a few gentle pushes and they were more comfortable. My glasses (5.5″ temple to temple) fit under them (hint: put your glasses in first, then don the goggles), and they fit fine with my One-Tigris face protection.Specs on my AEG: It’s a stock Krytac Trident MK II SPR and I use .32g BBs in it. And the ricochets off the lenses hurt like a sum-b*tch.I gave 4 stars because while I love these goggles, I know they will most likely fail fairly quickly.UPDATEAs expected, the goggle intermittently failed while I was on the field. But, as another reviewer mentioned, they worked great when they worked. So. I’ll be yanking out their questionable electronics and adding a simple switch to the setup. Maybe even a small LED on the inside so I know when the fan is switched on.

  11. Jean G.

    So being completely honest, it works when it works. Usually a little bump or nudge to the unit that holds the batteries and button gets touched it stops working. If you bump into someone or go into cover with some contact on the way down they will turn off. Cheaply made, if you have some know how on how to reinforce the impact absorption on the unit you’ll have a good product on your hands

  12. Bozac

    So first off, for the price these are great. It appears that the foam edge surround that sits on your face has been upgraded compared to what I saw in older youtube videos reviewing these. So have yet to test and see how well that hold up in high Texas heat.Now on to the Dead On Arrival (DOA) issues that I think a lot of people are having. I strongly suspect it is because the plastic in the battery box inside that is holding one of the positive connection points it too thick and is not letting the battery contact with it. After I dremeled it down slightly it was enough to allow the battery to connect and BOOM it works…So no I need to field these things to be able to give a final review on how good they work and feel during game time.Update: I fielded these during a rainy game day and will say they performed well. I got a little bit of fogging in the top corners but I also use “Wide-I” magnetic fog wipers, used by scuba divers and I had a great time.

  13. Sam

    The item dosent fit without modification. If you want a good fir. I measured an inch from the outside on the foam and cut. Peeling it off, it still creates a seal and makes for a much more comfortable and nice fit.

  14. andrew g.

    Very good budget fan-assist goggle. I’ve had mine since mid 2019 and its still working after many games. A must for those who sweat a lot and play in hot/humid environments. Small frame glasses will fit underneath and that’s a big point for it.PROS: Excellent for non-ballistic style helmets because the fan is located at the twelve o’clock position. Can pull air better when paired with a PJ or BJ type. Not as effective with Ballistic replicas because its pulling hot air from your head at a more restricted flow rate.CONS: Fitment can be a little hard with Lg/XL helmets due to the wire but the battery box can be moved along the band. Does chew through cheap batteries quick, you will need high quality batteries to increase longevity and fan speed.Unknown why “warmth” is associated with the goggles on the rating system. Rated 1 due to irrelevance.

  15. Rich

    I used these goggles for airsoft, the original thing that led me to buy these was the built in fan. I played two, 35 minute games and the fan only lasted for around 30 minutes in the first game but I will say that it still didn’t fog up at all for me, even after the fan ran out of batteries. I would buy these even if they didn’t have the fan. They fit comfortable even with a helpmate and face mask. I even went in my backyard and shot the extra included lenses from 5 feet away. My gun was shooting 345 FPS and I was using .25g BBs. The only visblw damage was a couple minor scratches. These goggles will protect your eyes in my testing. I recommend for new players or even experienced players looking for awesome cheap goggles.

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