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Head Hunter 221 Saturday, November 17th, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
1 year5 of 5 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
JT Spectra and Java V-Type (both non-thermal, both crappy)
Marker Setup: Ion with CCM Heli-Clamp, Reloader B, Pure Energy 68/4500, CP Micro Razor drop, CP On/Off, Pepperstix barrel and a Virtue QEV.

Bob Long 06 Infamous Intimidator, soon to comes : AKA 2 Liter, Tadao Board, CP Trigger, annoed accents, CP Barrel, and dye stickies

Strengths: Very Comfy, never fogs, easy to clean, good vision, room for eyeglasses
Weaknesses: The fact I bought it before the price drop....
Review: These goggles are the players best friend. After I had grown tired of calling myself out of games because my goggles had fogged up and i couldn't see, I bought these, and they are wonderful. One of the best things is how fast you can change the lenses, I can easily go back to the staging area, take out the lens, clean it thoroughly, put it back in and still have time to relax and refill my pods. Something I was not used to in my other goggles, perephial vision. Before I could only see the area almost directly in front of me, and with the Profilers it's like I don't even have the mask on. And what ties it all off into one nearly perfect package is how well the thermal treatment works, I have used them in condition where it is 40 degrees with high and low humidity, when it's 80 degrees and raining, 70 degrees and perfect outside or when it's 100 degrees and it's so humid your jersey is dripping and not you, they never have fogged.
Conclusion: They were worth it when I payed ~80 bucks for them, they still are since they have dropped the price to 54 bucks
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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