Pro Grip 3000 Light Sensitive Lens

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Rating 4.00 of 5 (14 Reviews)

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Pro Grip 3000 Light Sensitive Lens
  • Attaches to inside of your existing faceshield
  • 5mm thick adhesive gasket for better fog free performance
  • Light sensitive and fog free
  • Eliminates switching from clear to smoke shields
  • Fits most brands of helmets, except Arai

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  • Item # 4010
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Overall Rating: 4.00 of 5

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Pro Grip 3000 anto fog lens

This is the second one I've purchased and this one was crap! There are small fractures through out the lens and at night it's really difficult to see in oncoming traffic. I had to ride at night with the face shield open in order to see, really disappointing.

Tom - September 13, 2016

(Riverside, CA)

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ex.racer

Works great for an anti-fog liner.

fritz - October 25, 2014

(hampton bays, NY)

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Does the job well

Sealed well, enabling anti-fog to be effective. A dark tint at the top would assist for early morning and late day low angle sun. Use of this forces tinted band to be applied to outside of face shield.

Leonard - January 26, 2013

(OAKLEY, CA)

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Doesn't really fit my Shoei RF1000

Great for anti-fog which is the reason I bought it. The tint is a bonus. But it’s a little too tall for my visor to close all the way so it doesn't fit the Shoei RF1000 helmet.

Alex - March 26, 2012

(Clearwater, FL)

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Great!

I tried a spray called Clarity that made things worse and didn't really want to use other sprays. Enter Pro Grip 3000 Light Sensitive Lens. It's a semi transition film that adheres to the visor. No fog on my visor this morning! I still need to find something that will work on my glasses though. My only minor complaint is that it makes it slightly more difficult to raise and lower my Shoei-RF1100 visor. One other thing is that there's a slight increase in glare, which is made worse by my glasses.

Tri - January 21, 2011

(Union City, CA)

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Good anti-fog, ok tinting.

Great anti-fog, could get darker, but over all good value.. I would buy again..

Smitty - February 25, 2010

(Port Charlotte, FL)

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LS 3000 LENSES

Great no fog but the tinting on bright days is to be desired, could be darker as I wear glasses when I ride.

Rick Wysynski - November 2, 2009

(Sault Ste Marie, ON)

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Ok but...

I got the clear one. It doesn't darken much at all. In bright sun light it's still lighter than my light smoke visor. And the color is an ugly purple. On the other hand, no fogging what so ever! I wish they just made it clear without the light sensitive feature. I would buy another then.

Tom - May 18, 2009

(DeKalb, IL)

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Pro GRIP 3000 Light Sensitive Lens

I had already tried the clear version, but with a new helmet i wanted a tad more tint than the clear, so this time i ordered the mirror blue lens. The Pro Grip lens has 1 great feature and 1 not so great feature. They are good because they absolutely will stop fogging facesheilds on cold mornings. period. Not so great is the Light Sensitive part. They still need to work out some bugs, like the shield never seems to be completely clear in low light situations, making the pre-dawn or night rides way too dark for safety. and in bright sun, they are only marginally dark enough. Pro Grip should market the anti-fog benefits of the shield, and forget about the tinting. This is only a problem in very dark or very bright conditions, and i must say the blue mirror finish is pretty slick.

Steve Fox - January 15, 2009

(Burlington, VT)

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Awesome Product...

I ride up until there is a chance of icy conditions on the roads up here in the Northeast. (I usually hang it up for the winter in November) This insert has been just the ticket against fogging. I can't even intentionally fog it up... the light sensitivity is noticeable, though it doesn't really darken enough to make a difference when riding into the sun... you still need some sunglasses. (I have the clear shield... I can't speak for the mirrored ones...)I will certainly buy one of these again... A+ product.

Jeremy - October 27, 2008

(Dillsburg, PA)

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Pro Grip - 3000 Light Sensitive Lens

It was easy to apply and the finish is very clear but it does not darken anywhere near as dark as the picture that you show. It does cut the glare but you must still wear sunglasses with it if the sun is bright.

Michael H Klemm - May 19, 2008

(Lakeville, MN)

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Pro Grip - 3000

This little piece of tech is unbelievable. I've been riding my snowmobile for about 6 hours a day and the helmet hasn't fogged up once since I stuck the pro grip on. I will be buying more of these for my other helmets.

Alex Humphries - February 25, 2008

(Corner Brook, NL)

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Bronze Finish Lens

I've been using one of these for a long time, and think it's great. It definitely gets darker in sunlight, and the anti-fog side-benefit makes early morning rides much better (I can see!).

Larry Carlson - August 9, 2007

(Carlton, GA)

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No benefit from Pro Grip 3000 Light Sensitive Lens

I ordered this shield insert hoping to make rides in the sunny weather or low sun less of a pain. The lens attached easily and securely. However, I did not notice ANY effect on the amount of sunlight, even after a while, when the lens was supposed to stabilize. I still cannot ride without my sunglasses on normal days either, so the lens must be very ineffective in terms of reducing lumen. The other supposed benefit from the lens would be its anti-fog features, however, as I already got antifog i

Andrei - August 9, 2007

(London, TX)