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richdiggidy Thursday, May 1st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
6 months8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Brass Eagle Extreme 280 by Z-leader, Brass Eagle $9.99 Walmart Spaecials, PMI X-ray, JT Alpha 2000, JT Spectra, and JT Flex7.
Marker Setup: Tippmann 98C - GTA X-chamber, Lapco Directfeed, ACI Elbow, 16" Smartparts 2001 All American, Psycho-Ballistics Rocket Cocker, Psycho-Ballistics Double Trigger, Maddman Springs, Ricochet AK, ACI remote, Reds 4+1 Comfort Pack, V-force Morph.
Strengths: -Rarely fogs
-Fits over glasses
-Geat Vision
-Ealsy to clean
-Easy change lense
Weaknesses: NO WEAKNESSES!!!!
Review: I am a sweatty, sweatty pig and I wear glasses. So, I've always had problems with fogging. I've tried everything, anti-fog sparays, spit, JT thermal lenses, thermal inserts, dishsoap, both JT fans. They all sucked! But with these Morphs my fog problems are gone.
They have an anti fog coating on the inside of the lense. But I don't think this is the only thing tha makes them so fog free. I hypothesize that the spherical shape of the lense means that there is a larger volume of air space between your face and the lense. This large volume space allows for the heat and humidity eminating from your face and eyes to excape upwards, out of the vents, before making much contact with the inner lense surface. Also the larger space requires more heat and humidity to reach a point where fogging starts. Try fogging a mirror with your breath from an inch away, it fogs right away. Then try it from 3 or 4 inches away it is much more difficult.
In addition to the great periferal vision the the spherical lense provides I also love the tuffness of the lense. Have you ever noticed that after your first few games with a new lense you clean some spatter from your lenses and they are just never the same? They just stay kind of hazy - and never are as crisp and clear as they were when you unpacked 'em. Well with these Morphs I just spray 'em off with some water, dab 'em dry and whoa! They are crystal clear! I think it's because they are made of a harder polycarbonate mix than other lenses. The softer polycarbonate lense in my JT's more easily get what I call "micro-scratches" from dust, dirt, and even the shell fragments from broken paintballs. I also think the softer ones have bit of a porous surface that makes oils in paint harder to remove. Now, with these V-force's, I don't have to replace my lenses all the time because of "The JT haze".
Don't forget about the flexible jaw piece, like on the JT Flex series. This feature is great for Armothech WG's, and Tippmann 98's and A-5's with Proteam stocks because you can get a cheek weld close enough to the stock to use the sights. Very stable!
Almost forgot! These have great audio performance as well. You can hear great and your team mates can hear you yelling at them to "WATCH THE DAMN RIGHT FLANK!!!".
Conclusion: These are THE best!! Don't waste you time on the JT hype get Morphs when your ready to spend money on a real mask.
You know what? Fug-ed-about-it ! Just buy 'em - They're worth every penny!
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Thursday, May 1st, 2003 at 2:46 am PST
 

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