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TrojanPaintball Sunday, July 14th, 2002
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
JT X-Fire, Flex 7, V-Force Morph, and Scott Hotshot
Marker Setup: Blue ICD BKO Bushmaster, MacDev Gladiator Regulator(New),MacDev Red Valve(New), Shocktech Drop, Crossfire 68/4500 Low Pressure Nitrogen System, J&J Performance "The Edge" Barrel System, 32* Gel Grips, 12v Revvy

Strengths: Great mask with virtually no fogging whatsoever. I prefer the Spectra over the Flex 7 because of the hard bottom on it. Nice design, and fits well. Has very good protection, covering the face and ears very well. And the lense is top-notch, giving a large area of visibilty. It's also got a much smaller target profile than Scott and V-Force masks.
Weaknesses: The lense is somewhat hard to change, but once you learn to change it out it's a snap. And some people say that there is not enough neck protection, but there is more than enough for most people in my opinion.
Conclusion: A great, great mask which I suggest to everyone. I am more than happy with mine, and will have to be very hard pressed to get rid of mine.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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