Rain Goggles For The Motorist

I'm surprised someone isn't selling a battery-operated version of these today as a gag gift. Wouldn't even need to be for motorists. Perfect for anyone out for a stroll in the rain.

The Oklahoma Freedom Call - Feb 8, 1934

"Miss Paddie Naismith, noted English racing chauffeur, is shown wearing the very latest in motor modes, rain goggles, with wipers 'n' everything. A small fan, you can see it over the bridge of the nose, operates the wipers when the car is travelling at speeds in excess of 15 M.P.H. Its inventor is L.A.V. Davoren of London." — International News Photo, Oct 1933
image source: reddit

     Posted By: Alex - Tue Dec 07, 2021
     Category: Inventions | 1930s | Weather | Eyes and Vision | Cars

Elton John once wore a pair of wiper glasses: https://www.lot-art.com/auction-lots/Elton-Johns-Windshield-Wiper-Glasses/5313-elton_john-12.12.19-rr
Posted by Patrick on 12/07/21 at 06:38 AM
Those look really familiar and much more recent, But I can't place them. I think they'd be more efficient for a bicyclist or motorcyclist.
Posted by KDP on 12/07/21 at 10:43 AM
A battery-operated version was around a couple years ago. A wind-up version, too. Seems they quit making them.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 12/08/21 at 09:48 AM
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