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cfa247 Wednesday, July 16th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month15 of 15 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
Powerlyte Body Kit
Max- Flo Reg
Shocktech Reg
Max Flo Compatible 47/3000 Tank
All-American Barrel
Halo B Loader
Wave Roller Trigger
But that got stolen =[ so now I use...

Smart Parts Ion
Pewter Dynasty Body Kit
All American Barrel
Max Flo Micro 3000 psi Reg
Max Flo Micro Compatible Tank 47/3000
EvLution 2 Loader
Strengths: VERY HARD to fog up
Easy to remove lenses
Feels very comfortable
Weaknesses: Kind of bulky and weighs a lot more than other masks out there
Review: I've tried to fog up these goggles on purpose, but they just never seem to fog up!
The only time when i've had a problem seeing through them was when I was playing outside and it was like close to 100 degrees and i had sweat from my hair going onto the lenses( I have long hair)

The goggles are also very comfortabe; they have a tri-mold material that is very soft and offers good protection

The 1/4th buckle also makes it very easy to remove the lenses; I can easily remove them in under a minute!

If you look down in some other reviews though, you'll see that some of them mention that water will get inbetween the lenses. THIS IS TRUE! I even got shot in the lens one time and i got paint in between the thermal lenses! This was very annoying because I had no way of cleaning it at the field. When i got home i finally washed them and water got inbetween the lenses and I had to wait for it to evaporate for a while and it left some light water streaks, but oh well

UPDATE: I found a good way to fix up the seal to prevent water from coming into the lens. Just make sure you dont currently hve a warranty b/c this probably violates it. Just put some epoxy glue into the small opening into the seal(enough to clog up the hole and also to hold the two lens pieces together. Be careful not to get it too far up into the lens or it'll block up where you look out. Keep it towards the edges. Next, just take some scotch tape and use it to clamp the two lens pieces together closer and wait a day for the glue to dry. A day probably isn't necessary but just in case....
Conclusion: great mask, I just wish the water and paint hadn't gotten in between the lens
This lens is still worth a ten
Please rate this review helpful if you found it to be
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, August 21st, 2008 at 6:40 pm PST

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