Pinlock Insert

Review -

     I have tried so many methods of preventing a fogged shield including “space age” liquids with claims of solving fogged visors for good; the old spit method; etc etc. What I’ve found is that none of them work!

     I read an article in the British magazine, Ride, that gave ratings on a variety of products – it not only scored the insert 10/10, but also wrote that it simply works!

     I decided to splurge and buy the $20 product since my recent rainy and cool mornings were causing too much trouble with visibility on my way in to work. After easily installing the insert into a clear Pinlock-ready visor (included with my HJC FS-15 helmet), I tested it out by breathing heavily inside the helmet, by standing in a foggy and hot bathroom with the shower running.

     NO FOGGING!

     When something works as it is advertized – it is worthy of promoting. It simply works! Also, the insert is transferrable from shield to shield (as long as it is Pinlock ready, of course.

     I bring my clear Pinlock-prepped shield in a sock with me to protect it from scratches while I ride since I typically use a dark-tinted visor. Riding in New Orleans on a daily basis can present any type of weather condition – brief, steamy showers – heavy thunderstorms – all of which present great opportunities to use the Pinlock shield – and it always does the trick!

     Check it out – I give it a 10/10 despite the pricing simply because it does what it says. Amen.

 

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About nolarocks

Life long motorbike rider from New Orleans with a passion for riding sportbikes, naked (cafe) bikes, dirt bikes, mini bikes and on and on and on. Throw in some Isle of Man TT racing, short circuit racing, and the glory days of 1950s-1970s English/Irish/Manx road racing and you are getting close. I can't get enough.
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