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Arai Dual Pane SAI Faceshield

Dual pane SAI face shield for the Arai Corsair V, RX-Q,  Vector 2, Signet-Q and Defiant Helmets.

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Arai SAI Dual Pane Face Shield 4.4 5 16 16
Works well at speeds over 20 mph I had no fogging problems except a low speeds. That was easily fixed by slightly lifting the visor. I road 120 miles Saturday night ( much of it in the fog) and didn't experience any problems with glare or fogging. . I should say I normally have some night vision problems as I'm 58 so I wear glasses with Crysal lenses and that has really improved my night vision. Installing the visor was a little difficult, partly because I've never changed out my visor, but with a little patience I got it done. December 8, 2014
Light Smoke Dual Pane Shield Works as advertised. The rubber gasket makes it a little harder to close the vent, but nothing impossible. Brow vents gone. Using on a defiant. Light smoke is feasible at night but being a beginner rider, i prefer a clear view at night until i am more experienced. but the main points are covered. there is absolutely no fogging for me, and i have been using this shield in 50-70 degree weather. Must be my asian face, but when i breathe everything fogs up, including my glasses. this shield prevents that, now I have to defog my eyeglasses :/ October 30, 2014
Cold weather vision Has the Arai tool-less removal, installation. If you're not done this before, I would encourage watching a video demo. This shield has a larger gasket for water sealing, and requires a firm closure to lock it in place. Once closed, the clarity is wonderful and I only have mild fogging with temps in the low 20s. I commute 6 miles to work and fogging has not been a problem. None at all with temps in the 30s and 40s and only mild fogging in the lower area of the shield in the 20s. You do lose the brow vents, but I rarely used these even on warm days. March 3, 2014
No cover? I'm not saying anything about the actual use of this product because I haven't had to use it yet. All I'm saying is for that much money it doesn't even come with a storage cover of some kind? I mean a majority of it's life will be spend waiting in a box somewhere and not used and they don't even give you some kind of cloth to keep it in for the crazy amount of money they charge you for it? February 24, 2014
Great fog resistance I bought this to replace my Pinlock system on my Arai RXQ due to sliding and scratching of the shield from the pinlock insert after several thousand miles of use. So far it has performed excellent down to 13 F and in the rain. I would recommend this over a pinlock setup as a new pinlock insert and shield is only $20 or so cheaper than buying this one piece solution and I don't see where I would need to replace this one until I replace the helmet. November 30, 2013
Works great I got this instead of the pin lock because I didn't want to deal with fragile pins and I wanted an unobstructed field of view. I've never used a pin lock so take that with a grain of salt. Anyhow, this shield works very well. No fog, a tight seal and a clear view. Not much else it can do. In the cool weather I don't miss the eyebrow vents. The only issue is a minor one: when it locks into the closed position - it really locks down; bare hands no issue but fiddly with gloves. This is great for the highway but I leave it unsnapped until the highway. Also, if like me, you wear glasses, I've been using a product called "defog it" (clever no) and it works great - no fogging up. Pricey but you don't need much. November 18, 2013
Much better solution than pinlock I have both the SAI max vision pinlock and this guy. The pinlock pins are tiny plastic screws that are finicky and the seal sometimes break if they're not done up correctly. This is a much better solution. Note: It's a bit hard to close/lock down at first because of the upper seal but you get used to it. It does still fog up a little bit right by the breath guard area when you're stopped at a stop light, but my pinlock did the same thing. April 5, 2013
excellant product! luvin it! hate the pinlock setup? well this product overcomes all pinlocks shortcomings. its a bit thicker then a reg. screen so you don't want to be taking this thing off and on, also no brow vents. harder to latch to cuz of the thickness anyways, this morn was the first time i got to try it 39 deg. i works GREAT! no fogging what so ever. no hint of fogging at all there's a thick rubber seal at the top to prevent water from coming down inside the shield also , i;m sure it'd work great in the rain. wished i had it last week when it was cold and foggy. December 13, 2012
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Arai SAI Dual Pane Face Shield
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Tom L: Best winter visor you can get. Absolutely no fogging. Pinlock is a joke compared to this. Nov 3, 2014
Richard N: Better noise reduction on RX-Q (noise from brow vents), and reduced fogging on high-humidity coastal rides. It delivers. Feb 16, 2014
Erich P: Because it's Arai and therefor superior, and the reviews were positive. Oct 1, 2013
Chris C: Perfect complement to fit with my new Arai, no more fogging under cold weather or rain! Sep 18, 2013
George K asked: I just got the dual-pane shield and have a question about closing it. The regular shield for the RX-Q has that doohickey on the bottom that slides from side-to-side. On the dual-pane shield the doohickey is fixed in place. As a couple of users have noted, closing this shield is a tight fit. With the non-moving doohickey, I can't figure out how to completely close the visor. It doesn't seem to want to click into the slot, and once you have the visor mostly closed, you lose leverage on it. How do you get it completely closed? Oct 20, 2013
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Jason C: I have a Vector 2 helmet and it was difficult to fully close the shield because of the rubber seal on the top rim. It took eight fingers pulling down on the top rim to snap it home. The sliding latch on my original shield, at least on my helmet, just appears to offer the two shield positions, fully closed and slightly cracked open. The Dual Pane latched into the fully closed position. Oct 20, 2013
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George K: OK, I think I get it now--will just have to use full force, and before I put my gloves on. Oct 20, 2013
Gary S: No problem closing the shield ... Snaps in just fine. opening it takes more force and a little tough with winter gloves. This shield works great. Only downside is it is a little thicker and I do get more sound and air coming in through the side hinge, but I ride a naked bike in the winter ( if you have a good shield you probably won't have the problem) Oct 20, 2013
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stephen d: it doesnt click but it stays closed just fine Nov 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: can i get the Arai SAI Dual Pane Dark Tint shield with brow-vents in it?
to go with my RX-Q
Oct 7, 2011
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Yadba: The shield you are asking about does "fit" the RX-Q, but it does NOT have the brow vents.

A similar shield that DOES have the brow vents is the "Arai Pinlock Ready SAI Face Shield
" (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/arai-pinlock-ready-sai-face-shield). Then you get whatever color "Arai SAI Shield Pinlock Insert
" (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/arai-sai-shield-pinlock-insert) you want to go with it.

The main difference between the two shields appears to be the field of vision. The one you are asking about is part of Arai's "MaxVision" line, where the inner anti-fog layer is nearly as large as the helmet's opening. On the pinlock shield, the inner layer is smaller.
Oct 9, 2011
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Tom L: There is no such thing for either of those. They only make a light smoke and they only come with no vents. I wish they had a dark smoke. Apr 5, 2013
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Grant W asked: Any chance Arai will be coming out with a transitions dual pane face shield in the near future? If so I'd probably never buy anything but an Arai ever again. It would be the best of everything; no need for extra face shields, no fogging, and no glare that you get when riding with pinlock inserts at night (I know some people don't have this issue, but for me pinlock inserts at night are miserable and borderline unsafe, which is why I no longer use one and just crack my visor often to avoid fog). So any Zillans or others know if my wish will come true anytime soon? Dec 1, 2014
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Grant W: Also, is it possible to fit the pro shade system to this shield? Dec 2, 2014
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