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colinfarrell699 Thursday, April 26th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
2 years
Products Used:
V-Forces, Events, Avatars, Dyes, and I've tried a couple of others.
Marker Setup: PM6, freak barrel, orange bolt, hybrid grips, pulse hopper, and a 68/4500 PMI Tank.
Strengths: Strength, weight, vision.
Weaknesses: No problems.
Review: I used this mask for a long time. Its a really good mask. Its strong, light, and the vision is great. But there are a couple of things that I'd like to mention. On a hot, humid day water gathers on the lenses sometimes and it takes awhile to clear up. The foam in the top part of the mask gathers water and holds it so every time you put it on some sweat gets in your eyes. And it is hard to take apart and clean. Those were the bad things now for the good things. The vision is really close to V-Forces, the vision is clear, and the lenses are really strong and hard to scratch. The mask is light and comfortable. you hardly know its on your face. The price isn't too bad either, its kind of on the cheaper side. So that's an up.
Conclusion: I'd get this mask anytime. I just wouldn't get it because it doesn't look good on me. I'd rate the mask an eight point five.
9 out of 10

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