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Hello everyone:)

My horse recently had a bad accident and now is VERY sensitive to any light. He has two fly masks that he always wears together. He is very rough on things and I’m looking for a more permanent solution. I came across the recovery visor:
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and eVysor:
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I am very interested in both of them but not sure which to get? He can wear a fly mask at night so I was thinking the eVysor…? Any additional information or personal experience with these products would be very appreciated!
thanks :)
 

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How hot is it where you live? They don't look real well ventilated, I would hesitate to use them where I am because of that.
I saw this one on Amazon, I'm looking at it for a mare with uveitis. EquiVisor

This is probably the best mask on the market, though it is expensive. Guardian Fly Mask
 

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I wouldn't bother buying something like that when you can buy the exact same thing but cheaper. Also I agree with Dreamcatcher Arabians, they're probably not well ventilated.

With research I found 2 other options.
Solar Vizor
Classic Equine

The classic equine mask looks like it would be really good.
 

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I have bought these before when we suspected one horse might have Uveitis and the other had a squamous carcinoma tumor behind his eye. He wore it 24/7 until I had to put him down. They are very well made and durable. The people are very nice and will custom make you one if you have a hard to fit horse.

 
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