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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 03-17-2013, 04:48 PM
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I guy I ride with has the same problem with the I/O fogging btw the lens...he sweats a lot so i dont know if thats a determining factor.

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Just had a problem with 2 iox lenses , red sensor and blue sensor. Called smith and they immediately said send them in and we will ship you new ones.

I also sent in my red sol x for evaluation and they sent a new one of those too. Fwiw I never had the problem on the blue/red sensor mirrors until the temps dropped below high 20s. Coincident not sure ......

Had I/o for a season and never had any issues with between the lens fogging.

Wife had iOS and never had a problem in 2 seasons.

Tell you one thing..... The IOX lens, when not defective, will not fog. Not even with a face mask and hot breath out of your mouth going straight on the lens.
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