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brich72590 Wednesday, March 23rd, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Marker Setup: black sp ion
full freak kit 10 and 14 inch fronts
custom products drop
custom products clamping feedneck
cp roller trigger
45/45 nitro duck tank
(soon to come halo b w/ rip drive)
Strengths: Hardly any fog
they look sweet
they're dye
Weaknesses: A huge pain to clean
Review: this mask is hardly ever fogs, all masks fog some no matter what kinda no fog junk they have on them they will fog eventually. But on the invision the one flaw it has is it is a huge pain to clean. when i come home from paintballin i can clean almost all of my stuff in the amount of time it takes me to take this thing apart and put it back together. So I recently bought a profiler, 55$ on ebay!!!, and it is in the mail currently. it takes like 5 sec. to clean the profiler, compared to an hour on the invision. Please buy the profiler and save yourself some time.
Conclusion: This mask looks awesome and doesn't fog, but is a real pain to clean. Good mask but I'd go for the profiler if I was you...(check ebay, you'll save like 15$)
8 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, November 26th, 2005 at 11:43 am PST

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