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Old 06-02-2010, 09:26 PM   #2
Racerman27410
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Location: Greensboro NC
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I use the scott version ... works great for sensitive eyes and doesnt take long at all to change from light to dark and back again.... best part is the variations of tint it provides during varying levels of light....i've never been in the woods where i thought the lense was too dark or in the sun where i thought it was too light.

one thing i will mention is it appears the photochromatic lense is a little more prone to scratches (or you can just see the scratches more clearly) so i use tear offs to help the lense last longer.


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