Anon M1 Magnetic Ski Goggles Concept by Anon

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On February 12, 2012
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Anon M1 Magnetic Ski Goggles Concept by Anon feature the particular company's Magna-Tech innovation, letting lenses be easily switched inside and out. Skiiers are familiar with having to change his or her lens tints in response to distinct weather and light conditions, but the process is normally cumbersome. rimless goggles aimed to facilitate the actual process, but nonetheless demand that a skiier cease, remove the goggles, and snap the actual new lenses in place. By contrast, in the Magna-Tech program used in the anon M1, lenses are generally attached to the frames via built-in magnets. Consumers can swap tints in along with out without even removing the goggles through their faces. The M1 goggles also feature spherical lenses to increase viewing range, full perimeter channel venting to prevent fog, along with three layers of face foam pertaining to increased comfort. Just upon exhibition at the SIA snow show in denver, the M1 goggles are expected for public release in fall 2012.

Anon M1
Anon M1 Magnetic Ski Goggles Concept by Anon feature the particular company’s Magna-Tech innovation, letting lenses be easily switched inside and out. Skiiers are familiar with having to change his or her lens tints in response to distinct weather and light conditions, but the process is normally cumbersome. rimless goggles aimed to facilitate the actual process, but nonetheless demand that a skiier cease, remove the goggles, and snap the actual new lenses in place. By contrast, in the Magna-Tech program used in the anon M1, lenses are generally attached to the frames via built-in magnets. Consumers can swap tints in along with out without even removing the goggles through their faces. The M1 goggles also feature spherical lenses to increase viewing range, full perimeter channel venting to prevent fog, along with three layers of face foam pertaining to increased comfort. Just upon exhibition at the SIA snow show in denver, the M1 goggles are expected for public release in fall 2012.

Magnetic Anon M1 Ski Goggles
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