509 heated goggles

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I just got an xl carbon fiber 509 helmet. I would like to try the 509 heated goggles. Which one would you recommend? What is the difference between the kingpin igniter and the sinister x6 igniter?
 

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I have a 509 carbon helmet and the Kingpin heated goggles. They have worked great for me. Just hit the button if they start to fog, don't leave it on all the time. Battery lasts a long time this way also.
 

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Kingpin ignite lens way easier to change. Even easier is the new Aviator Ignite lens.


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My son and I both run the Kingpin Ignite heated goggle with Klim helmet. Works great.


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So for those of you that have the ignite goggles, do you carry an extra battery or is one battery enough for a typical days ride?
 
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So for those of you that have the ignite goggles, do you carry an extra battery or is one battery enough for a typical days ride?
All batteries are not created equal or at least not all lenses are created equal. I carry a spare battery, as does my group. You can turn them on at the truck and run them all day with 2. I typically turn mine off when stopped for a break etc, so I can usually make an entire day on a battery, 3-4 hours of riding.
 

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I always carry a spare battery for my Ignites.
So days I use it, many days I don't.
But on those days when I DO USE IT, its mighty nice to have...
 

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If you go to Yamaheater.com and look under “Products “ he has a plug and play kit that runs off heated shield outlet . No more Battery for the 509 .
 

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If you go to Yamaheater.com and look under “Products “ he has a plug and play kit that runs off heated shield outlet . No more Battery for the 509 .

P&P Easy Goggle Power Supply for 509 Electric Goggles



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The 509 IGNITE Electric De-fog Goggles do well.​

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