The Haber Eliminator™
Conceived and designed to address the last real problem affecting today’s goggles; fogging. Through a unique module concept, incorporating innovative design and technology driven thinking, Haber eliminates fog issues forever.
While goggle manufacturers as a whole have made huge strides in reducing goggle fogging, in certain environmental situations the problem still rears its head. That’s where the Haber Eliminator comes in. Completely self contained and fully automatic, the Haber Eliminator works by sensing the rising humidity level inside your goggle before fog has a chance to form, and automatically activating a tiny fan that vents the warm moist air to the atmosphere. When humidity regains an acceptable level, the fan turns off automatically.
Because of its module design the Eliminator can be inserted in all Haber Goggles as well as most of our competitors goggles. It is removable and transferable. Switch it from goggle to goggle or loan it to a friend. It is both functional and versatile.
The Eliminator operates in one of three modes; 1. Always on. 2. Automatic (sensor activated) 3. Off. Powered by one AAA battery and weighing less than 2 ounces, when mounted in a goggle, it is unobtrusive and unbelievably quiet. It runs when needed and powers down when not needed. It’s artificial intelligence for goggles.
Available packaged with a Haber goggle or separately as a module only, the Eliminator’s unbelievable price brings performance and value to everyone. We encourage you to compare our price to that of other fan goggles on the market. No existing fan goggle comes close to our price and no one has a stand alone fan module.
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Upgrade the performance potential of your goggle today with the Eliminator from HaberVision.
The Haber Eliminator™
Automatic No-Fog Fan Technology
Videos and Instructions
Eliminator Installation Instructions
Eliminator Performance Tips Video
Bill Nolan's Interview with RSN
RSN Gear Review
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