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SillyMonkey Wednesday, April 21st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested2 of 7 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Java x-type mask, rentals... all fall behind the switch
Marker Setup: Spyder Xtra
14'' Tear-drop barrel.
PE 48/3000 nitro tank
Getting really soon:
Palmer stabilizer regulator.
''The One'' trigger frame.. 20 BPS :D
Electro hopper, most likely eggy 2
Strengths: Protection, Clearity, NO FOGGING (SEE REVIEW)
Weaknesses: Not yet. If i'll have any probs, i'll edit.
Review: I bought the Switch cuz I wanted a day at PB where my mask wont fog up on me, and I won't be able to see anything 2 feet away from me. After many advice, I decided to go with the Switch. First thing I noticed was the protection and comfort. The foam is really comfy, and it fits right into your head. Protection is really good too, I found myself protected around the neck and behind the head.

Clearity... WOW. I took my old mask, and blew hot air into it (like you do when you wanna clean sun glasses) They fogged; I took the Switch: NOTHING HAPPENED!! I was shocked. To test it, I put on my leather jacket, and went paintballing. It was A 70 DEGREES OUTSIDE, and I was with my leather jacket. After the 5 first minutes, I started sweating like a maniac. Pheww, that was hot.... Mask stays the same. The foam was soaked with sweat, yet the mask has the same clearity. No fogging? I bet!!!

Lens removal: Took me half a minute to do it. You twist out the strap after you took the visor off, and the lens simply pop out. Simple, yet it holds the lens really good.
Conclusion: Superb mask. Don't get the invision, it costs 20$ more, and it doesn't offer the same great protection. Great protection, ABSOLUTELY NO FOGGING WHAT SO EVER.... get it, you won't regret it, trust me. I put my gun upgrades behind because I knew I needed a mask that won't fog, to improve my play... I wasn't disappointed!
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Friday, April 23rd, 2004 at 10:10 am PST
 

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