Concentrated solution provides up to 600 applications
Nontoxic, biodegradable and alcohol free
1.25 fl. oz. bottle
Nonabrasive and safe for most tempered-glass lenses
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U.S. Divers Sea-Clear Antifog Gel
Rated 1 out of
Bahama snorkeler from
Doesn't workI bought this for our first time ever snorkeling in the Bahamas and I was very frustrated. I made sure I followed the directions carefully including washing the new mask with toothpaste before the first use. I applied and rinsed 2x before putting it on. It started to fog soon after I put my face into the ocean. We went snorkeling 3 times during the trip and it was used by both my daughter and myself with the same results. A warning is also printed, keep away from eyes. This was very disconcerting since it is made specifically for goggles. My daughter had snorkeled previously with my mother who also dives and used something else that actually works. Please don't waste your money on this product.
Date published: 2015-07-26
Rated 1 out of
No GoodI bought this to use in Maui about 2 weeks ago and it did work at all.
Yes, I followed instructions, twice! I checked online for a support telephone
for US Divers - no help there either! At least it was cheap, hey, maybe that
was the problem.
Note: I don't fault Academy - they didn't make the product.
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Can I use this on my prescription glasses plastic lenses shatter resistant with different coatings anti-reflective transition lenses?
Asked by: Kaybud
U.S. Divers Sea-Clear Antifog Gel is nonabrasive and safe for most tempered-glass lenses.
Answered by: KenetraU
Date published: 2016-11-09
Why is it not for use with plastic/polycarbonate lenses?
Asked by: Kanjo
The U.S. Divers Sea-Clear Antifog Gel is safe for most tempered-glass lenses.
Answered by: bsinkler
Date published: 2016-02-14
The packaging states: "For dive masks only; Not for use with swim goggles or contact lenses." I can understand not to use on contact lenses but why not swim goggles? Is it because the formula is only for tempered glass only and not plastic lenses?
Asked by: JackW
Hello Jack W,
The U.S. Divers Sea-Clear Antifog Gel is safe for most tempered-glass lenses. Swim goggles feature a polycarbonate lens.