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cjlowry Wednesday, April 11th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 years8 of 11 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Marker Setup: Hybrid Fusion (the gun really doesnt need any upgrades), Halo B, Crossfire 92 4500 LP

backup: red ion, locking feedneck, j&j ceramic barrel
Strengths: Price, comfort
Weaknesses: Plain looking, average visibility
Review: My sister bought this for me a few years ago for a christmas present and i LOVE it. this mask is very comfortable and has lasted pretty long. it came with one of the thermal lenses (which actually is two lenses). thermal lenses last only about 1 year, but by taking extra good care of it, mine lasted three years before serious fogging occured. you can hear really well in this. this mask is more comfortable than an average mask, and i have had a lot of bounces off of the soft rubber parts. it has average visibility (better than cheap masks, but its no profiler!) i dont usually play with the chin strap, but its there if you want it. also, it is pretty plain looking. this is a decent mask for speedball. i wouldnt use less than this though. for woodsball this is really nice. if you are one of the players who drape themselves in camo, this is a good mask for you. you can get it in olive green, and the plastic parts are green and the rubber is black. more than anything about masks though is comfort. when your ready to buy, just go into your local store and ask to try on masks. most will let you, and you just need to find one you like most. myself and most others i know are actually more attached to our mask than even our guns. i would say a good feeling mask than a good marker, and many will agree with me. gloves are just gloves, but you mask needs to have a good feel and you need to see well.
Conclusion: Good players dont choose their masks, they let the masks choose them. just find what feels best and dont worry about what others think or say. my only advice is whatever mask you get, make sure it has a thermal lense and not just a fog risistant one. you'll thank me in a month once the fog resistance has worn off and you cant see anything.
7 out of 10

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