Defective eyes, eye protector dosent fit my cup seal!
this board is crazy fast and will turn heads at any local or reigonal torney. I have gotten used to people asking what im shooting and refs checking my gun for bouncing and ramping. instalition is easy if you just install the board itself how ever I HIGHLY reccomend you install the trigger switch (requires sautering) and get a sweet spot trigger and adjust it to where you can slap the trigger frame to shoot it. the only things i had a problem with is the fact the eyes are defective and the eye cover dosent fit, I have a zboard egg so i only chop every now and then, like once or twice a day. you MUST have either an egg or halo for this board.
If you have the cash go for it, this board is so fast my silonoid cant keep up. however the fact that the eyes were defective drug my rating to a 9 out of 10
i'm sure that if you got defective eyes, you can call them and tell them. I bet they will fix the problem. as far as the eye covers, all i can say is that IT IS a hassle to put on. If I have to take it apart, I always work around the covers because of the hassle. the fenix may have some milling getting of the way, but you should still consider calling them, even if it's the board that is at fault. O yeah you may think the eyes are defective because you may have used them without a cover in the sun, which may mess them up. (not permanently) if that is a possibility, then try testing them in a dark room.
I know this review is kinda old, so if you want a lighter switch nowadays, go to snapdragon paintball's website and order the 50 gram switch with heat shrink splice leads. Saves a ton of trouble. Mine was a breeze to install.