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imajedichken Monday, March 30th, 2009
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
6 months
Products Used:
JT Nvader, JT Proteus
Marker Setup: 98 Custom Platinum
Shocktech Superfly Bolt
14" Smart Parts Teardrop
Rap4 CAR Stock
20oz. Pure Energy CO2
Strengths: No fog
wide field of view
looks good
harder to hit
Weaknesses: Replacement lens' pricey
not dual pane lens
few bounces
thermal coating comes of kinda easy
Review: This mask has answered all my fogging problems. My old JT masks fogged all the time so I looked around and found this. I got it on Amazon used once for $46. I've since played multiple times with it and no fog. One time I was sweating like crazy and another it was 50*F and raining but still no fog.

The mask looks great and the foam is extremely comfortable. I don't notice that I'm wearing it in a game unless I get paint on the lens. I've been shot in the goggles a few times and it cleans off well. Only thing I'm worried about is the thermal coating scratches off kinda easy but it hasn't fogged yet so I guess I'm good.
Conclusion: If you want cheaper and high quality mask with no fog, get this. I'd give it a 9.5 because of the thermal coating but there isn't one so I chose 10.
10 out of 10

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