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Hungry Cabardos Friday, May 6th, 2011
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
4 years
Products Used:
Standured Tippman masks.
Marker Setup: Tippman 98 Custom with red dot, and a14 inch proto barrel.
Empire Trracer with red dot.
Strengths: -Wide vision
-Soft Plastic
-Neaver fogs up
Weaknesses: Echo's when you talk.
Can't get the inside lens to wet.
Review: The Avatar is a great mask in my opinion. it is comfortable, comes in digital camo. but best of all it has neaver fogged up on me at all. not even in the rain, and snow. It comes with a microfiber bag to keep it in. and has two different visers to use, a short one and a long longer one about the same lenght as a normal viser. but of course you can run with no viser at all.
A major thing about this mask, well all double pane lens masks, is that you can not gett the inside of the lens to to wet, because it will unstick the inside pane. however you can use a damp microfiber cloth to clean it. Another thing is the echoing, which only happens when you talk. you can here other people speaking just fine, but if you talk, it will echo a little, and might seem a little loud.
Conclusion: Good mask, I'm getting my money's worth out of it.
9 out of 10

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