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DEWALT DPG82-11/DPG82-11CTR Concealer Clear Anti-Fog Dual Mold Safety Goggle 9.99 $9.99

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These are normally 16-20$ big box retail, currently 3 bucks off on amazon, great pair of safety glasses, I wear contacts so the full eye protection is an absolute must for me while I do wood working!
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I bought these for $8.99 about 6 months ago and they instantly fog up. Was using for wood working but couldn't see with how foggy they get. I was going to return them but forgot.

I wouldn't recommend.
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These have been this(regular)price, on average, for its history on CCC
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I bought these for $8.99 about 6 months ago and they instantly fog up. Was using for wood working but couldn't see with how foggy they get. I was going to return them but forgot.

I wouldn't recommend.
I agree, the antifogging isn't the greatest. I had some of those antifog wipes that I wiped on and now they are pretty solid. I use them while grinding... Most of the time though I stick to normal safety glasses
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I own a pair of these. I agree w others that it fog up.

Also doesn't fit well, but I believe it is b/c I have a big head...seriously.
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would it help if you drill a small hole in corner to prevent fooging up?
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I bought these for $8.99 about 6 months ago and they instantly fog up. Was using for wood working but couldn't see with how foggy they get. I was going to return them but forgot.

I wouldn't recommend.
Same here. I bought them specifically for woodworking too. I had lasic surgery and don't want to take a chance with regular safety glasses
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Most of the ski goggles and snorkel masks I have ever purchased required some kind of anti fog treatment out of the box. Hearing people complain about having to do this same process with a pair of goggles as cheap as $9.99 baffles me.
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Avoid these, they fog up so badly all while touting "anti-fog".
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Also, I don't know if anyone else has had this problem, but mine got terribly scratched up/dirty and no amount of scrubbing will make them what they were. It's like a perpetually dirty windshield you're looking out of. I still use them but they're no longer my favorite.

I can't vouch for the fogging however - used them all summer with yardwork/sanding/wood projects with little issue
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Most of the ski goggles and snorkel masks I have ever purchased required some kind of anti fog treatment out of the box. Hearing people complain about having to do this same process with a pair of goggles as cheap as $9.99 baffles me.
Ski masks and snorkels also deal with drastic temperature changes. These just fog up while walking around your shop or driveway.

These are vented and in theory shouldn't be fogging up as bad as they do, but they're low quality goggles farmed out with the dewalt name. You can constantly clean and treat these too, but you're better off with about any other pair off the shelf or from amazon with better ventilation that fog up way less. The dark "sunglasses" pair I have don't fog up nearly as much either, so I'd cautiously recommed them. I picked up both pair over a year ago for $10 each, but the regular pair is noticeably the worst I own.
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Also, I don't know if anyone else has had this problem, but mine got terribly scratched up/dirty and no amount of scrubbing will make them what they were. It's like a perpetually dirty windshield you're looking out of. I still use them but they're no longer my favorite.

I can't vouch for the fogging however - used them all summer with yardwork/sanding/wood projects with little issue
Have you tried a headlight restoration kit or polishing them? Maybe worth a shot
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I bought these for $8.99 about 6 months ago and they instantly fog up. Was using for wood working but couldn't see with how foggy they get. I was going to return them but forgot.

I wouldn't recommend.
I bought a pair of these even after reading all the fogging reviews on Amazon and they work well for me. I wear glasses under them and get no fog at all unless I wear them for an extended amount of time.

They seem to have different results for everyone. It's gotta be something with the shape and how they fit your head. They're snug on my face with no gaps on the bottom.
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Is it possible to buy replacement lenses for these goggles?
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A cheap DIY antifog method is to put a drop of dishsoap on the lens and rub the excess off with a soft towel (no water needed). As long as the soap coating is on there it won't fog, reapply as needed.
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