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Mitchell B: My previous one was stolen along with my travel bagApr 10, 2015
Gary B: Anti-fog protection when riding in wet weather.Mar 25, 2015
Kennth K: in northern Minnesota the anti-fog coatings don"t seem to work, figure I'd try a different system.Mar 12, 2015
John J: My old shield had seen a lot of harsh miles and needed replacement. The Pinlock insert was also pretty knackered. it was time to replace both.Mar 8, 2015
Augustine P: What I needed and free shipping!Jan 25, 2015
T A: I ride all year, all weather. Fogging is always an issue. Pin locks seem to help. Expect as good as possible performance and results with Schuberth.Jan 24, 2015
T L: Tried one today in cold damp air, and it was perfectJan 23, 2015
Frank A: Wanted the pinlock lens for my smoked C3 PRO face shield.Jan 6, 2015
Robert B: I bought this to replace my pin lock that I ruined. Reading the directions before you care for a product is a must do...or you end up spending money. The pin lock is amazing and works very well.Dec 26, 2014
ARTURO V: current pinlock lens insert does not work (worn) I have to replace it.Dec 15, 2014
Bruce P:The yellow lens, as with yellow lens used while hunting and skiing, helps to clarify objects in low light scenarios. It assists you to see better in low light is all that it does. I tried one for a while coupled with my Schuberth helmet C3 Pro in late afternoon, early evening light but received a warning in California from some uptight LEO's that wearing any tinted visor in the evening time could result in a ticket. One thing I did notice also, since it intensifies the light, is that on-coming headlights really worked against you to cause momentary blindness from brighter light. So for those two reasons I ditched the yellow visor. Your experience may vary though . . . .Feb 6, 2015
Michael G:Schuberth's pinlock system works well for me. When I purchased my C3 they did not have the "yellow." My guess is you would enjoy the "yellow." The helmet I had before the C3 was a Shoei with a high definition ("yellow") shield. The shield was great for seeing into shadows, cut down on glare in the sun and was very good at night. If the "yellow" pinlock is high definition it would be a plus.Feb 10, 2015
David B:The pins were on the helmet lens already I think. It has been a long time since I bought the insert.. But I have had the insert off once since and it slips off of the pins which stay on the lens. Everything I needed was in the package. Just do not forget to take the protective plastic off of the insert on both sides or you will have a hard time seeing through it and the defog won't work right.Nov 27, 2014