Scott No Fog Fan Kit

Scott No Fog Fan Kit
Scott No Fog Fan Kit

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SCOTT Sport's high-end bike, wintersport, motorsport, outdoor and running products showcase their passion for sports and the great outdoors. INNOVATION - TECHNOLOGY - DESIGN is the essence behind all SCOTT products and the vision of their engineers and designers.

  • Combats fogging issues when goggles are used over prescription eye wear or for individuals who are prone to fogging goggles.
  • The lightweight unit easily attaches to most goggles and does not restrict vision.

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4 Reviews
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Paul
Verified Purchaser
California, USA
No more fogged up goggles

Works perfectly, goggles haven't fogged up once using this.

The fan isn't that loud and doesn't stay on very long(maybe 1-2 secs at a time maybe every minute when you are stopped) if you use the 'auto' mode.

Fan kit doesn't block your vision but does make the goggles a little less flexible.

MOBRacing
Scott No Fog Fan Kit

Great solution for glasses wearers...Used at Unadilla GNCC, no issues at all with vision...

slowbee
Verified Purchaser
Tried it on a mud race

I wear glasses and fogging while wearing goggles is a real problem. I'm a hare-scrambler and generally its ok, but in more technical (read slow) sections that's where things get foggy.

The fan kit was mounted on a generic model of scott goggle. It mounts easy and should fit just about any brand. I added a piece of electrical tape to cover the battery door because it seemed easy to come loose and I didn't want a plastic cover rattling around inside my goggles if it did. The actual fan has a three position switch, off, full on and automatic. the automatic is supposed to come on when the humidity gets too high.

Tried this out on a muddy local race. Temp was in the 50's and the rain was fairly steady before and through about first 1/2 of the race. Since I had only tried the fan during a couple short practice setions I didn't risk trying the automatic feature, so i set if full on. In your hand if feels heavier, but I didn't notice the difference once you put them on. I was also suprised you really don;t see them either. Every once in a while you may hear the motor running but in general you don't notice them at all.

it worked pretty well for the first hour, including some crashes, complete stops at bottlenecks and other goggle fogging events. Then after a particular low speed section they fogged, I tried lifting a corner or the top of the goggle to let some heat out but no good I had to remove the goggles.

All in all I'd say they helped but didn't eliminate the fogging. If I wouldn't have had them on I would have had to ditch them long before. So for now I'll keep using them to give them a fair shake out over several more races. its promising but no cure all

Tecate33
Worth the money.

Easy to mount and operate. I wear glasses, doesn't interfere with fit. I run GNCC races and before the fan, could only keep my goggles and glasses on 15min before fogging up. Now can run 2hrs without any fogging problems. Definately worth the money!


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