Blockalls Helo Training Glasses Black With Clear Lens

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Blockalls®Helo training glasses for helicopter training black frame with clear lens.

The only view limiting device designed with the exclusive needs of the helicopter pilot. With a limited viewing area to only accommodate the lower center panel of a training helicopter. Note: HELO’s are not intended for fixed wing Instrument training.

“Just because you’re training, doesn’t mean you can’t do it in style and comfort”
Recommended by AOPA / Flight Training Magazine.

Designed by pilots for pilots! Blockalls have finally resolved the limitations of other view limiting devices. Assembled with a soft silicone nose piece, streamlined temple tips and weighing less than one ounce, they’re so light you’ll forget you’re wearing them.

In addition to the enhanced fit and comfort, the streamlined ear pieces make sliding your Blockalls on and off while wearing your headset effortless.

Blockalls have a soft opaque finish that blocks out distracting sunlight and are the only IFR view limiting device designed exclusively with an off-centered patent pending clear viewing area that helps the pilot’s eyes stay focused only on the instrument panel with minimal outside distraction.

Blockalls are specifically made for the left seat pilot in command.


Great idea to make a view limiting device specifically for helicopters. Quite a miss in making them for left seat PIC. Most helicopters are right seat PIC so it wont work for my students....

February 17, 2017


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