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Old 08-28-2006, 04:44 AM   #22
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Aslan2005. How is the mask fan rig holding up? You have had it in service almost a year now right? I was thinking of doing a smaller version on my mask. Posibly mounting it right on the visor so the whole thing would be removeable. I dono. My mask usualy dosn't fog untill the end of the day when I'm realy hot and not moving much. And even under the foggiest conditons it has gotten, it clears right up if I move a couple hundred feet.

But I hate to have my mask dictate weather or not I have to move. So posebly two small fans and one battery. You aren't going to go through more than one battery a day are you?

How long has the two nine volts lasted?? You probably havn't had to replace them yet have you?
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