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eastwood2 Tuesday, April 29th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
1 year0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

1 year
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Black Maxx
Viewloader 200rd hopper w/elbow
Ice Cold 14"
20 oz Pure Energy CO2
Strengths: --light weight
--well ventillated
--black color is good in the woods
--large coverage area
Weaknesses: --Lets too much paint hit your face
--Poorly designed goggles--splatter can HIT YOUR EYES!
Review: The 32 Degrees Head Case is a large mask, offering reasonable protection for the full head. However, in an attempt to provide good ventillation, the designer has provided too many holes and paint flies through the front pretty darn hard and you WILL BE SPITTING PAINT. Even worse, again I believe to provide good ventillation, the goggles are open on either end, near the corners of your eyes with no foam seal. There's a foam seal along the top and bottom edges, but not on the ends. This, take it from me, allows high velocity paint splatter to HIT YOUR EYES!!! That's bad. Believe me, it stings like hell. If this mask, which I bought last summer, didn't have this flaw, I might recommend it. With this flaw, you're taking an unnecessary risk. DON'T BUY THIS MASK.
Conclusion: My final recommendation on this mask is DO NOT BUY IT. There are too many other better quality masks out there. The goggle flaw alone makes it too risky. I have since fixed mine with some pipe foam, but I would not buy it again if given the chance. I'm giving it a 1 for this goggle flaw.
1 out of 10

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