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STORYTELLER Sunday, May 29th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
3 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

6 months
Products Used:
Scott, jt fx-10
Marker Setup: 1) Sp ION with empire rip drive loader, 14" freak barrell, shocker feed neck, 4500psi centerflag tank.

2) WGP Autococker trilogy comp, evo ll loader, carbon fiber stiffi bolt, 4500psi centerflag tank.
Strengths: Super light, mouth guard lets your voice to be heard compaird to other masks.
Weaknesses: Soft spots like ears(aouch) and mouth. hard to clean.
Review: When i first picked up the flex i was amazed. it was so light i couldnt belive it. i played a couple of games with it, it was very comfy and very light helped me look and move faster. it even let me have a comfy feel with my tank on my shoulder. i was suprised untill i got shot on the lens and the ear peice. dam did it hurt on the ear!

so i get home and try to clean the lens and found it to be a hard job since paint get in between the lens and te frame and runs out whenever it feels like or evrytime it gets pressed in.
Conclusion: For the price of the mask the weight and flexibility and design id give it a 10. but for the soft spots and the cleaning ill have to give it an 8.
8 out of 10

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