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Sarge Friday, December 1st, 2000
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Strengths: I picked it up for a decent price on Ebay. Good, wide field of vision. Holds tight around the eyes. Very soft chin and mouth guard actually lets shots bounce off without breaking. Also beak has helped deflect many shots that otherwise would have painted my hair!
Weaknesses: Replacing the lens is undescribably tedious! My god, I know they have to be tight for safety's sake but there must be another easier way to remove and insert lenses. Also, mine fogs contiously. I have tried 'no fog' spray and even bought the very expensive "X-Wind" fan. FOG! The fan by the way is VERY noisey, and not quiet as their ads would have you believe. Reflective thermal lenses are better for fog situation but too dark for bush play.
Conclusion: I have a Brass Eagle bubble vision mask and the JT is better as far as comfort is concerned. The JT does not look like a 'Newbie' mask. I have tried a 'Scott' mask and that will be my next mask purchase unless something better comes along. I think they are safe as I have been gogged with no problem to the lens. If it were not for the fog problem I'd probably like them a lot more.
Rating:
6 out of 10
 

Review Comments
splat got you z Thursday, March 4th, 2004 | 4:04 pm PST
The JT mask is fine it wont break on u.
   

joshbo Tuesday, July 27th, 2004 | 8:28 am PST
its fogging because you put anti fog spray on thermal lenses. it cancels the "no fog" effect.
   

PvtDBJackson Sunday, July 30th, 2006 | 8:35 pm PST
Dispute:
The writer clearly states that he used anti-fog spray which the instructions tell you specifically not to do. He ruined the lenses with the anti-fog spray and somehow blames it on the goggles.
   

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