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:confused: Anybody ever use these b/4...fits over ur finger, even with a glove on?

Finger Visor Wiper
Worn on finger or thumb for quick
and clean removal of water, snow or mud on
windshield visor

 

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There's one "built in" to the JR Ballistic gloves I have. I think the glove itself does actually work better if you're wearing textiles. However, leather gloves don't wipe off rain very well, and one of the wipers would come in handy...
 

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stevnmd said:
There's one "built in" to the JR Ballistic gloves I have. I think the glove itself does actually work better if you're wearing textiles. However, leather gloves don't wipe off rain very well, and one of the wipers would come in handy...

so does it work well at all really, or does it just smear the water around and make things worse. I know, I keep my shield nice and clean, so even in a driving rain,the water just flows right off, normally.
 

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stevnmd said:
There's one "built in" to the JR Ballistic gloves I have. I think the glove itself does actually work better if you're wearing textiles. However, leather gloves don't wipe off rain very well, and one of the wipers would come in handy...
my leather one does, must be just me though :cheers:

The fact that whether you use you glove or this wiper, you're gonna have to bring your hand back up again and again, I agree with the above post, keeping your visor clean is the best thing you can do, that way the wind takes most of it away.

I wipe my visor off and clean it at work most days.
 

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Keep the visor clean and big free. Then a good coat of Rain X or just good ole wax will help out alot!!!!!!
 

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Just go faster and make the rain fly off the visor. :lol:

I have before just turned my head a bit to the right or the left and the excess rain was gone and I could see pretty well again. Or you can just wipe it off with the gloves. :dthumb:
 

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Mojo said:
I was kinda wondering how Rain-X would work...

Ive used rain-x on my old lids b/4 and never had a problem with it..but some say over prolonged use, it can eat away at your visor :confused: ...but no need for it now, since my current lid is anti-fog.
 

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My lid is no where near being anti-fog. Mine fogs up so quick at times it pi$$ me off. I will try the rain-x and see how that works since it says it prevents from fogging as well. :D
 

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GSXR750DJ said:
My lid is no where near being anti-fog. Mine fogs up so quick at times it pi$$ me off. I will try the rain-x and see how that works since it says it prevents from fogging as well. :D

I told you about it, that night at walmart when we were out riding..but did you listen...nnnnnoooooo..
 
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