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    Every jet ski rider should have these goggles

    I am going to get a pair of these after I read a few reviews on them and see what they say about them but if there no problems these seem like they would be awesome to own.. Cya Slick

    http://www.dexigner.com/news/21540



    https://www.zealoptics.com/transcend/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slick PWC View Post
    I am going to get a pair of these after I read a few reviews on them and see what they say about them but if there no problems these seem like they would be awesome to own.. Cya Slick

    http://www.dexigner.com/news/21540



    https://www.zealoptics.com/transcend/
    Only in America! How did we ever get along without GPS goggles?? Imagine alpine skiing without them!!

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    actually the inventor is from Canada LOL....Cya Slick

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    There is talk of Apps becoming available. This could change the game for PWC racers.

    Instead of trying to focus on a bouncing GPS strapped to the PWC, they could have race data showing on a stable screen right in front of them. A HUD system on your head.

    If there was a way to connect the display to a data stream via radio, they could see instructions from their onshore team and competitor position info as well as their own location on the course.

    Rough water PWC riders could also benefit from having a stable GPS display that doesn't require you to look down and take your vision away from the water in front of you.

    http://www.reconinstruments.com/applications/water
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    I think these are awesome, you can hook up to usb or to your computer I forgot which it said but it will overlay it on goggle maps so you can see where you ridden unreal.. Cya Slick

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    man those look sexy

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    sick, too bad they are going for $400-500

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    Dang 400$ Might see if I can get my buddy to get some we used in Iraq

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    They are probably not water prof. Thats allot of money to fall off in the water.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20 feet Boy View Post
    They are probably not water prof. Thats allot of money to fall off in the water.
    X2^^^ they are super bad*ss! but they need to be waterproof...what happens to the usb port when you fall in...???

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