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svvift Wednesday, February 8th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
1 year1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
JT Sentry
Flex 7
Marker Setup: does it really matter?
spyder electra dx, teardrop barrel, custom built response trigger, halo tsa backman
Strengths: Style
Hearing Ability
Weaknesses: Reflective (at times)
Lens scratches easily
Review: this is the best mask i have ever used. it has a small profile. it lets you breathe better than any mask i have ever had, or even tried on. i have never had a glare on my mask, except when i had splatter all of the lens. yeah the lens on mine kinda scratched easily, but the lens is so nice, that i dont even notice it until i am cleaning it. I am a big woodsball guy, so the only drawback of the mask in woodsball is that the sun can reflect off of it and give away your position. but if u dont play woods, u dont have a problem.
Conclusion: this is one of the best masks ever. the only mask i would get over this is the E-vents, but i dont have that one yet. this mask is awesome. get it if u can. i love this mask and i got it for 50 bucks with the comm set up. so the price isnt that steep., especially compared to some of the other masks out there.
10 out of 10

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