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scooter7897 Thursday, March 16th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
4 years
4 years
Products Used:
Only have worn some different rentals besides this one
Marker Setup: tlx stock
Strengths: Light
Protects the eyes
Weaknesses: Doesn't block any impact
Fogs a lot
Review: Not really sure if this review can be worth anything or not. I got this mask with my brass eagle piece of crap and i was thinking that it was the best part of the package. I keep telling myself that i am going to buy a new mask but the low budget kind of gets in the way. The mask fogs up like crazy. I got some glass clear (aquired from work) that we use to clean our safety glasses at work and it does ok with the anti fogging but you can never look down for too long or you are all done. I have been hit in the nose before and have gotten a bloody nose from the impact. The fact that it fits tight to your head is nice until you get hit in the head. It does protect your eyes and is very light weight so there is a couple of plus's.
Conclusion: I would say if it is all you can get then go for it. Better than getting a rental and not knowing how bad the last guy was sweating in it. I am giving it a 3 and not a 1 because it does protect the eyes just fine.
3 out of 10

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