Originally Posted by bclemens
I am told it is not a problem...apparently it is designed that way. I sent this up the river to the engineers at Bargman basically saying I was tired of the complaints. They call it a "drain and dry" design. They say if they seal it and water does infiltrate, then the water has no place to drain.
If it is sealed, water can not infiltrate, if it was not possible to properly seal a lens housing then every car going down the road would look like it has 2 red fish tanks in the back.
As for the lens filling up from condensate... sealed lenses would also solve this problem. All those clear lenses were all chinese crap with phony DOT labels. They were sealed as well as a submarine with a screen door.