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See and Be Seen

See and Be Seen

posted: 08/14/2001

Smith's original Turbo fan micro-electronic antifogging system was pricey (over $200), and you couldn't get it with the latest styles, including spherical lenses. Now you can. The new Prodigy Turbo C.A.M. ($160, $180 with mirror lens) has a low setting that delivers 50 hours of use on two triple-A batteries and a high setting for especially humid conditions. And with the extra interior volume of a spherical lens, fog doesn't have a chance.


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