Evolution i-Spot Eye Dominance Correction Foils


Dominant hand the opposite to your dominant eye for clay shooting?  These can help!

Developed by the UK’s leading eye dominance expert
• Easy way to ensure your master eye is the dominant eye
• Prevents a stronger “off eye” interfering with vision
• Eliminates a second image of the barrel
• Contains 5 x 16mm (standard) or 5 x 12mm (advanced) i-Spot foils of 5 varying strengths
• Attach to any shooting eyewear – foils are easy detached and re-attached
• Shoot with both eyes open

Clay or target shooting is undertaken with a dominant eye but that is not always the same as your dominant hand. Your dominant eye is the decision maker but if the non-dominant eye interferes, you can end up seeing two targets (or two barrels) because your “off eye” (dominant eye) is too strong.

They have been designed to correct this and to allow your non-dominant eye to take over.  It uses your brain’s ability to infill in the missing parts of the obscured image, so you don’t have to close the dominant eye – and can keep both eyes open.

It is not unusual for a clay shooter to see double images of the barrel when looking at the target. If the dominant eye is not the Master Eye, (the one that should be looking down the rib) it is known as the Off Eye. In this case the head may tilt over the gun or the gun will move across the face to compensate. To shoot effectively, the Master Eye over the rib must be dominant. I-Spot foils will ensure the eye over the rib remains dominant and will remove any second image of the barrel. Different shooters require different amounts of correction. I-Spot has been developed to provide you with the right amount of correction for your specific needs.

The Standard Pack consists of 5 x 16mm i-Spot foils of 5 varying strengths, marked from 1 (weakest) to 5 (strongest). The stronger the foil, the more correction is applied. The Advanced Pack consists of 5 x 12mm i-Spot foils of 5 varying strengths, marked from 1 (weakest) to 5 (strongest). The stronger the foil, the more correction is applied.

Applying the foil
You can experiment with the different strengths of foils. Peel off the back of the foil and attach it the eyewear lens in front of the off eye. You will need to move it around for the correct position. The foils are easy detached and re-attached. To check if it is in the right position, close the master eye and ensure the patch is obscuring the bead at the end of barrel as shown in the main image. In the correct position, with both eyes open there will be no second ghost image of the barrel.
The foils will take a little time to get used to, especially if you have been used to closing the dominant eye. After time using the Standard Pack, you may want to progress to the i-Spot Advanced Pack which has smaller (12mm) foils.


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