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Old 23 September 2008, 15:21   #1
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Mini-Review: Phace Saver

We used our Phace Savers today and I thought I would share my impressions.


1. Visibility is excellent and the optical quality of the plastic seems good;
2. They stay in place on your fizzog well;
3. I had no issue with steaming up, but it wasn't exactly cold;
4. No watering eyes;
5. No runny nose.


1. The plastic feels a bit, er, plasticky.
2. Connected to (1), I am not sure how much punishment they could take before some vital lug or grommit breaks off.
3. Other boaters don't seem to wave back as much!


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Old 23 September 2008, 15:47   #2
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3. Other boaters don't seem to wave back as much!

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