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killens18 Saturday, June 16th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
JT Mask. It EXTREMELY out does this product.
Marker Setup: I use a ION w/ a FREAK Barrel, QEV, and a clamping feedneck.
Strengths: You can see out of it.
your face doesn't get shot.
Weaknesses: VERY UNCONFORTABLE
Slips down when moving
Doesn't protect neck
U-G-L-Y
Review: I bought this helmet for 20$ because i thought i was getting a good deal. Looks like i was wrong. This helmet is REALLY UNCONFORTABLE. In fact, it rubs the crap out of left ear. So when i get home from a paintball day, my left ear is REALLY red and aching. But worst of all, when i'm on the field, i got to keep pushing my mask up because it keeps sliding down. So i'm adjusting my mask.... say 80% of the time i'm playing. But the mask is pretty clear sometimes. The only time it's fogging is when i'm laying down. But my neck is REALLY vulnerable when i wear this. I'm changing to a JT full coverage mask.
Conclusion: I DO NOT recommend you buy this product. If you want to see how unconfortable it is, go put duct tape sandpaper to both sides of your head.
Rating:
2 out of 10
 

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