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CockerFanatic Tuesday, January 7th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
2 years1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

More than 5 years
Products Used:
Zleader, Vents, nVader, JT Spectra, Dye Invision
Marker Setup: 2k autococker WGP hinge, worr games mini 3-way, CP one piece. PTP warp feed
Strengths: It has great vision. At the time it was unmatched by anything. Roomy, plenty of breathing room. The lens is easy to pop out and clean. Protection offered is less than some and more than others. No neck protection but I've seen very few masks that offer any. Never fogged.
Weaknesses: The lens sticks out and scratches easily.When replacing the lens its a bit of a hassle to put back in. Not terribly hard but a bit of trouble. While there was plenty of foam inside only three spots touched my face, each cheek and the forehead. And as with all masks with that foam it left bumps all over my face after extended play that itched. It was very spacy and could easily allow a paintball to enter. Sunlight glared off the domed lens often giving away my position in the woods.
Conclusion: A good mask for begginers and larger players but for those who play fairly often I'd suggest looking at a different mask like a spectra.
3 out of 10

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