AGD ULE Minimag, RPG sub zero feed neck, Level X, Dye double trigger frame, On/off drop, Old school one piece 12in AA barrel
Clears the fog, the on/off button, installation and removal
The fan works great for what it needs to do. I few seconds and it clears up the fog. It makes a little breeze which also feels nice on a hot day. It is so easy to put in and take out. I also love the push on/off button which is a great improvement over the switch on the JT. The noise bugs a little but what do you expect when you have a fan on your head. People who complain about the noise expect way too much. When you chew your food it is loud to you. The noise isnt more than a fly buzzing around. You can hear it but other people can unless they are already on top of you. It does prevent you hearing others but just use it in pulses. Because people dont like mask attached fans, you can get it under $20 on ebay.
This is a good product for a fan. People want perfection. If you need to de fog your mask this is a good fan but if you need silence all the time and think you are a sniper, then get a life. Get realistic, fans make noise. I like this fan and dislike cry babies.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, July 14th, 2006 at 8:10 pm PST
I havent checked out this fan itself but heard it was loud. The best fan on the market i have found is from fanz. They use 2 small cpu fans and a 9v battery to run them. The battery pack has a wire that runs out of the back of the mask and attaches onto the strap. The only downfalls are the weight of the 9v, and the fans are 1 inch by 1 inch, so some of the nicer masks like e-vents dont have enough room for them. I have a set and think their great and the quietest i've ever used. Oh yeah a 9v will last about 12-16 hours.