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Lens interchanging of Rudy Project Sport Mask

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Lens interchanging of Rudy Project Sport Mask

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Old 09-16-09, 03:57 AM
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Lens interchanging of Rudy Project Sport Mask

Hi everyone,
I wonder the lens interchanging of Rudy Project Sport Mask is complicated or not. From my experience, it is easy to get a scratch when interchanging the lens of Oakley Radar. I expect Sport Mask can provide a better lens interchanging. Any one of you have tried it before? Is it an easy operation?
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Old 09-16-09, 07:28 AM
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The lens has a couple of tabs that snap into the frame, so it's easy to remove the frame. Since the tabs are part of the frame, I'm not sure how they would hold up to frequent changes. I have 2 pair of the Sport Mask with the Racing Red lenses. I found the second pair on sale for $78.

If the lens does break, you can get a new one for $20. I've done this twice. Once I bent the tabs and broke them by bending them the wrong way when cleaning the lens, and the other time it broke right in the middle of the lens while cleaning. (note to self: be more careful when cleaning the lens...) I have the previous model that doesn't have the rim on the top of the lens, but I think the frame attachment method is the same.
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