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VooDooAddict Friday, January 27th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested4 of 4 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
JT Spectres
JT Flex 7
Marker Setup: Ion (Smart Parts) - Two Markers
- QEV (both)
- Strange Body (Stock on 2nd)
- CP Roller Trigger (Stock on 2nd)
- 70/4500 Centerflag Pre-Set High-Presure Tank (45/4500 on 2nd)
- Apache (12V Rev with JT Speed Pods on 2nd)
- 14" Evil Driver (12" SP Progressive on 2nd)

Shocker 2k2 (Shoebox) Vert Feed Turbo / SF (Blue Fade)
- 88/4500 MaxFlo (Blue and Blue Cover)
- Richochet Apache (Blue)
- 14" Smart Parts AA (Matching Blue Fade)

Shocker 4x4
- 114 /4500 CenterFlag Pre-Set High-Presure Tank (Camo Cover) On Big Kapp Drop
- Richochet Apache (Camo Cover)
- 16" CP One Piece (Camo Cover)
Strengths: Cheep, Clear lense without distortion, Nice compact Profile.
Weaknesses: The Rubber seal around your eyes. I find it very uncomfortable.
Review: I bought 1 field version and 3 Pro versions of the Vantage for the coming '06 season.

I won't write a review on the Pro Vantages till I have a chance to play a game or two with me. However I needed to immedietly post a review on the "Field" version.

Most masks/goggel systems use foam around your eyes. The "Field" version of the vantage uses Rubber ... very similar to scuba goggles. I found the rubber slightly uncomfortable after only a few minutes of having it on. I can hardly imagine how painful this would be to use all day on a standard recball field.

Other then the discomfort cause by the rubber interface. The goggles are very nice. Very clear and distortion free lense. Nice tight profile .. making your head a smaller target then other budget goggles.

I'm planning to keep these with me when I goto the field and offer to trade them away for a bag of paint to someone looking for a backup/loaner goggle.
Conclusion: Unless you are alergic to the standard foam used in paintball masks ... spend the extra $5 - $10 and get the "Pro Vantage" instead.
4 out of 10

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