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Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses Bugeye II Interchangeable Goggles, Black Frame, 3 Lenses

BUGEYE II

BA2C31AC

color: 3 sets - Smoked, Amber and Clear

MSRP:  $27.98 


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BUGEYE II INTERCHANGEABLE GOGGLES, BLACK FRAME, 3 LENSES

Wig Out over this interchangeable lightweight goggle with three sets of shatter-resistant polycarbonate lenses, including anti-fog smoke, amber and clear for multiple options while riding day or night. The sturdy polymer elastomer frame contains ventilation ports to prevent fogging while an adjustable strap keeps the goggles snug over the face. This is the ideal extreme sport eyewear with open cell foam around the frame for ultimate eye protection as well.


Product Rating: (3.25)   # of Ratings: 12   

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1.   01/07/14

I loved the interchangeable lenses and the snug fit! The only problem I had with the goggles I found was they were relatively uncomfortable to wear and the strap slipped down my helmet, over all though I loves the goggles!
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2.   09/23/13

I am rating these as okay. Not bad, Not the greatest. Design is Awesome! Wraps nicely around face with adjustable strap. Open foam design, Terrible! flimsy, foam flops inwards towards eyes. Best to slide them on the face from top to bottom, leaving the foam exposed to the elements on top of the lens frame. Lens interchagable. Awesome that you can exchange lenses. Lens clips, Bad bad bad aweful. Clips break within a few changes, regardless of how gently you treat them. Lens seal, Bad, aweful! Lens and frames do not mate, leaving a gap in between that allows "sand, air, water, cold air to blow into the goggles causing a "riding hazard" I am surprised No accidents and or litigation has occurred involving this product. This product may be a liability for riding safely. Warranty. It is nice to see that Bobster will warrant their product "lifttime" Lenses scratch very easily and something should be done about it.
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3.   07/30/13

These are great goggles. I have 2 pairs because I paid so little for them and I even bought a pair for my brother as a Christmas present! And I disagree that the lenses are hard to change out. All three pairs are easy to interchange the lenses. Pop out each post, one at a time and they come right out. Putting them back in is just as easy, and they stay in. Don't caveman it and they're just fine. My only complaint is that they scratch pretty easy, but any plastic lense is going to scratch if you use it at all.
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4.   03/05/13

I was very happy with the package I received in the mail yesterday, and even happier to see the contents upon opening it. Of course, after looking through and examining all of the components of the pouch, the first thing I noticed was that my package was lacking instructions. Luckily, after a quick search, I found the instructions online. It may be that I had an advantage with changing my goggle lenses, having previously read the rating reviews on the goggles and having seen how many people broke their lens clips, but with the way the goggles flexed under my fingers the first time I tried to remove the lenses, I think if i'd known nothing about them I still would've looked up instructions to make sure I was doing it right. Once I'd read the instructions on how to change the lenses, I struggled with them for a moment, but as soon as I'd removed the lens, I realized that I'd have struggled for a much shorter time had I not read the reviews and been lead to believe the lenses to be easy to break. As with any product, if you do not follow the procedure, the smaller, more fragile parts are likely to give out on you, but that is what the procedure is there for. In the first 20 minutes of having my goggles, I changed the lenses out several times, getting practice and becoming more confident with the construction of them. It now takes me all of 30 seconds to change out my lenses, excluding the time it takes me to wipe off the smudges from my fingertips. I have not owned this product long enough to have issues with the glue on the foam, however in regards to the foam padding I do have one thing to say: In places where the foam is narrow, say along the top and bottom of the lens cups, it is in places as much as a centimeter thick! This causes it to fold over so that instead of sitting directly on my face as I'm sure it's meant to do, it is either laying on my cheekbones or eyebrows, outside of the goggles, or laying very nearly in my eyes inside of the goggles. Now, with the size of the goggles, when I say "in my eyes" I of course don't really mean IN my eyes, but more riding along the edges of my top and bottom eyelids. While still comfortable, this makes it very difficult to accessorize with them and have them be aesthetically pleasing if I am wearing the amber or clear lenses, as people can see through them and see how the foam is laying in my eyes. This is not a problem for me, as I wear them to keep the snow and rain out of my eyes, and I don't think anyone will be looking at me too closely when I have the amber or clear lenses in, but I could see how it may pose as a hurtle for someone else. Lastly, in response to another review which complained about the vents letting in bugs and foreign matter, I must say that the person who wrote said review is likely unfamiliar with the Bobster brand, as I immediately recognized upon receiving my goggles that they are designed to be usable while skiing or snowboarding, and I imagine that in the description for the goggles where it mentions, "riding," that this is what is meant by that. Over all, I like these goggles. The goggles' design could surely be improved upon to make the lens changing procedure easier to perform, but moreso than not, the structure impressed me, and so long as they are used for their proper intended purpose I see no way that these could go wrong.
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5.   09/24/09

I wear these everyday here in Iraq and they perform very well. Keep the sand and sun out so I can stand next to turning aircraft or train in the sand and sun. The glue is starting to let loose on the foam but when its hot enough to melt boot soles I can understand the glue letting go a little. I change the lenses regularly with no problems. I like them.
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6.   04/15/09

these googles are the best and they don't cost as much either. people complain that the lens replacement procedure is a pain but they are idiots. if you know how to change out the lenses properly then there wont be a problem. yes they are cheaper than other competitors, but the manufacturing concept is the same. suck it up! you can't get much better than this, especially for the price!
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7.   02/24/09

After spending nearly $40.00 on a pair of these at a local retailer I was disappointed at the poor quality of the foam and the shoddy workmanship that attached it to the frame.. after one good summer ride the glue gave way and the foam started peeling off. I also had to work gingerly to avoid breaking the extremely flimsy clips on the lenses. I actually ended up buying a cheap pair of clear safety glasses for nighttime use instead of risking breaking the clips swapping out the lenses.. once the foam gave way I stopped wearing them altogether. If the goggles had been made with quality foam attached securely to the frame I would still be wearing these today. As it stands they are in the bottom of my junk drawer.. not worth the time to RMA them back to Bobster.
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8.   01/25/09

I was very disappointed with this product. The lens clip broke off of the smoke gray lens the first time I tried to change the lens. The foam was also not good quality for the price that I payed for the goggles. I am very unsatisfied with these goggles.
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9.   06/22/08

I broke the lens prong the first time I tried to remove one. Pretty cheap stuff.
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10.   05/23/08

Well, It's not just me, but others too. It is a pain trying to remove or re-install the lenses. The first day I tried to change them, the prongs on the smoke frames broke and one off the clear ones while trying to remove them or re-install them. Not sure when, especially on the road on your bike. This happened the first day I had the goggles. I am extremely disappointed on how easy the prongs can break for goggles this expensive. I suggest some improvements. make stronger lenses clips to interchange them. Incorporate screening in the open vent holes so small bugs can't fly in. I had to pull off the road on my bike and clean a bug out of my eye that flew up through the vent holes. A little denser foam that doesn't break down as easy would make them more comfortable. There is no way I'm paying $150 for new lens now that I know the prongs can break again on. sorry.
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11.   02/09/08

I don't know if its just me but I had the hardest time transfering the lens from smoke to clear. In fact I broke both prongs on the smoke frame while trying to remove them. This happened minutes after I purchased the goggles. I was and am extremely disappointed at how easy the prongs on the lens broke. Is there a scince to getting the lens off?
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12.   01/03/08

Great gear, especially for the price. Took my dad (73 years old) to climb Kilimanjaro in Sept. We needed eyewear that would protect in cold, windy, dusty, and sunny conditions. And in cold, windy, dusty, and dark conditions. And perhaps snowy. I found the Bugeyes 2 and bought 2 pair. Dad had some prescription lenses ground for his. Sure enough, the afternoon we summited, it was cold, windy, overcast, with a dusting of snow. I popped in the amber lenses and was good to go. Only issue was some fogging due to the cold, but we had some anti-fog wipes and they took care of that. The goggles were lightweight, comfortable, and even looked cool in a goofy old-time-explorer kind of way!
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