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The most advanced goggle on the planet.

Pull on the Zeal Transcend SPPX Goggle and view the first ever in-goggle display, which shows you real-time data and helpful stats as you discover the mountain through the polarized, photochromic lens. With the Transcend SPPX, you’ll always have up to-the-minute information, including outside temperature, altitude, GPS-enabled location, completed vertical, and other helpful stats. See into the future of ski goggle technology while using the glove-friendly buttons to toggle through the different displays. Zeal and Recon Instruments placed the display window below the natural line of sight of your right eye, enabling you to view the LCD screen when you want, much like your car’s dashboard .
  • Recorded data includes speed, altitude, distance traveled, vertical drop and gain, longitude and latitude, time, temperature, and a run counter�stopwatch feature also included
  • LCD Display appears to hover six feet in front of your face for easy reading, while your normal viewing area remains unobstructed
  • All data is shown in real-time while you�re on mountain; for a more detailed analysis of your stats, upload your data to a PC or Mac with the included Recon software
  • Once uploaded, the GPS data can be mapped out on Google Maps, showing your run history on a satellite image of the mountain, so you can prove that you skied The Cirque
  • USB-powered lithium-ion battery lasts up to six hours, and the glove-friendly power button lets you save the juice for long, boring lift rides
  • Advanced SPPX lens features photochromic technology, which changes its tint from yellow to dark brown rose (43%-13% VLT) to adapt to the changing light conditions
  • Wide-vision, spherical, polarized lens blocks 99% of glare and provides a wide, undistorted view of the mountain
  • Anti-fog lens technology keeps your vision clear during a steamy gondola ride

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Are they can show information in km/h and...

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Are they can show information in km/h and Celsius?

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Hey there, yes you can choose between imperial or metric units...

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Are they can show information in...

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Hello,
Are they can show information in km/h and Celcius?

thx

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Yes. You can set them up either way.

4 5

Big but Worth it

Bought these for skiing in Japan, where it can be crystal clear, then white out the next...transition lense is excellent. They don't immediately change to the light situation, but adjust quickly enough to save carrying a spare set of goggles or glasses. They are big, so if you have a small head, they might consume your face. The bridge across the nose takes time to mould to your face, but persist with several times wearing them and they are worth every cent. The field of view is unmatched from goggles of used previously. The tech side - agree that the positioning of the heads up display takes a little getting use to, but after a while u train your eyes. The data it collects is terrific for back country stuff, especially finding those killer trails and lines that aren't to be found on any normal map - and of course, then bragging to your friends where you've been. So for that the GPS tracking is awesome. The controls on the goggle themselves are easy to use with gloves or liners on, its pretty intuitive. These aren't a gimmick, they are great kit...add to your bag.

I Need reading glasses { number 2.5} ...

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I Need reading glasses { number 2.5} to read a book for example will I be able to read the information in real time

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I use 1.75s and can read most of the info. For smaller images it helped to pull the goggle slightly off the face. The current speed was easy to read at all times!

4 5

Awesome if you have 20/20 vision

Bought these for my father-in-law because he's a toy kind of guy...They are awesome and such a great idea, but he couldn't read the display because the writing was too small! It was such a bummer...maybe they'll make one with 'large font' ;)

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whether there is a possibility of installations (settings) of display - meters and degrees Celsius? thanks

5 5

Worth every penny

Simply amazing is all I can say. Over the years I have grown to swear by zeal optics and their top of the line goggles. Once I heard and began the read about this goggle I put my order in and starting saving up the cash. I got them in last week and the next day hit the slopes. The HUD is very cool and in no way effects your vision though I would follow the suggestion and run it on level 1 brightness (I still had a ton of battery left after a full day of skiing with the HUD on the whole time). I was constantly reviewing my stats as I rode the chair though out the day. The information captured is astounding and it is so user friendly, one button and it's collecting data. The best part by far was when I got home and connected to my computer! Following a quick data transfer to the transcend program my jaw dropped. Not only was their a listing for Crystal Mountain, Wa for nov 29th but once selected, a detailed list of every run. When I selected the run not only was I able to see it on a google type map with all the stats (max and average speed, vertical decent, time, ect) but I was able to press play. The play function not only allowed me to watch my decent but through up stat highlight bubbles and I made my way down the mountain. If you have the cash this is a must have for any gear junky, truly mind blowing.