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joe98200 Saturday, March 12th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 4 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Stock lens
Marker Setup: CCI Phantom Gravity Feed Bottom Line - PMI Extreme Rage Hopper - PMI Elbow - Pure Energy 12 oz. CO2 Tank
Strengths: Read review.
Weaknesses: Read review.
Review: Before you read this, I just want to make sure that this is a review of the actual lens. I don't know if I'm in the right spot, because I saw other people here talking about goggles instead of the actual Morph mirror.

Okay, this Morph Mirror kind of disappointed me when I got it in the mail. It wasn't as shiny as I thought it would be, but I guess it is shiny when I actually put it on (a newbie said it was, so yeah, I could trust him, I guess). But if you were thinking that I would give this a 1, I'm not, that's immature.

Like all VForce lenses, this particular kind is no different, except in terms of color and shine. It's only coated with the VForce anti-fog, so it's possible to wear off if you leave paint residue one it or clean it properly. I consider this the biggest flaw of this lens because of the intensive care you have to put into maintaining its beauty.

Another con may be the easy scratching. Almost every time I get a head shot, the lens scratches a little tiny bit. This is all right if you don't be stupid and go get shot less than 10 feet away (which you're not supposed to do with these lenses).

The pros of these lenses are the nice anti-fog ability, but after a long while of breathing hard (intentionally), they can fog up on the sides and then work their way towards the middle.

Another nice accommodation (that spelled right?) is the shine. People keep looking at you like you're cool (and they look more at me because of my pump at a speedball only field).

However, if you have the $30+ to fork over for these cool things, then get 'em. People may get steered by these because of the price, but they're awesome. The only reason I got mine is because the stock lenses sucked from my poor maintenance (but a spray bottle does the job!).

Conclusion: I give this product a 9. It's 1 lower than a 10 because of the extensive maintenance, which is why I recommend getting VForce ant-fog. It's a high score because it's such a reliable lens. If you have the money to buy it for your Profiler, Morph, and something else (what other goggle uses this? someone post a comment about this in the comment section), get these lenses!!!
Rating:
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, June 19th, 2005 at 2:22 pm PST
 

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