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roystonlodge Monday, May 29th, 2006
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Stock MR1 - Out of the box.
Strengths: Cuts down on reflections that can give your position away.
Weaknesses: Tore after one direct hit.
Review: Pros:

Definitely impresses people when you walk on to the field.

Cuts down on lens reflections that can give your position away. I bought the camoflage pattern, and I was pretty happy with it.

Helps prevent smudges and scratches on your lens.

Does pretty much what it's advertised to do.


The effect of "looking through a screen door" DOES make it more difficult to spot opponents at long distances. They definitely DO obscure your vision to some degree.

Mine began to tear after one direct hit. I may not have installed them properly. You're supposed to wait three days before using them, and I think I only waited two. I took more direct hits with no tears. Might have been a one-time thing.

Paint does get stuck in the little holes. Bring a water spray bottle and a can of compressed air to clean the lens.
Conclusion: They only cost $15, and you can remove them if you don't like them, so give them a try.
7 out of 10

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