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THE MOD Saturday, June 26th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
JT Pro-flex
Marker Setup: Spyder Rodeo, ESP Trigger Frame, Custom Products 14 inch 2 peice, Evolution 2 loader
Strengths: LOOKS
Weaknesses: Pricy,Hard to switch lense and sheilds, eats paint
Review: GOOD: this mask looks really good and protects your neck. You can be heard while talking

BAD: In case u havnt noticed there are little slits ll over this mask just perfect to dice onto your face. if u get hit right in the middle sheilds your eating paint. It is also a pain in the ass to have to change the lenses. or just to take them out to clean them. I got a mirror lense and it took me an hour to change the lense becuase its too hard. i ended up using spit to lube the lense into place wich they dont tell u to do.
Conclusion: Besides the fact that everything is really hard to switch and u do eat a lot of paint it is still a good mask.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

Review Comments
Drs445 Friday, July 2nd, 2004 | 6:31 pm PST
Hey buddy, the mask is small and most people barely get jaw protection let alone neck protection. HAH
   

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