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DaveZ Monday, June 21st, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month2 of 2 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
JT Spectra Thermal
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98 Custom; 12" J&J Ceramic Barrel; GTA Expansion Chamber; Blew power tube; Delrin Hexadecagon bolt. I use a NXe 4+1 harness with remote.
Strengths: Fog resistance, comfort, looks, quality
Weaknesses: Price, small profile
Review: This is a great mask. It looks great, is very comfortable to wear and has great anti-fog characteristics. With any mask, my main concern is fogging. I sweat a lot, so I need a mask that will not fog. I believe this is one of them. I played in 90+ degree heat and high humidity and had no fog issues at all. I would rather be able to see the enemy then have excess protection. One of the very few cons of this mask is that it has a small profile. I'm a bigger guy, I'm 6'3", 205, so with this mask, my neck is exposed. However, the benefit to this is less of a target and a lighter mask. If you are a smaller person, you may not encounter this issue, but I did want to mention it. Knowing this though, I would still purchase this mask again. Unlike some other masks I've had, this one has some soft padding on the outside instead of all rigid plastic. Not only do they make the mask look nicer in my opinion, but can aid in helping to avoid ball breaks on the mask. I had no issues with breathing and fogging the mask and I could speak clearly and be heard easily. This is the first mask I've bought in a long time, so the price kind of took me back a little. I spent $80 for the camo version. It's mush less then some other masks, but more then some other masks as well. I did my research though before buying and choose this mask, and glad I did. One thing I almost forgot to mention is the ability to easily remove, clean and replace the lens. I was never able to remove the lens on my JT mask. On this one it's very easy. You can change out the lens easily in under a minute.
Conclusion: I would highly recommend this mask to anybody looking for a new one. it looks great, has great functionality and does not fog. Instead of spending $120 for other masks, look into this one. Proto is made by Dye, just less expensive.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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