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oneshotwonder Friday, May 9th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months0 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
JT NForcer, JT NVader, JT Proteus
You cant breath out of the Jt masks, vision is poor (except in NForcer), not well ventilated
Marker Setup: JT Excellerator 6.0, Red Virus Hopper
Strengths: Wide range of vision, Feels like you dont have a mask on, easy breathing
Weaknesses: Doesnt cover any of your neck so a neckguard is needed
Review: The Dye Invision goggle system is by far the best i have ever played with. Double-paned thermal lenses with wide periferal vision give you an advantage on the field. Breathing system feels like you arent wearing a mask, while at the same time delivering maximum protection. Vents channel your voice so that you dont have to yell, and mask has the perfect flexibility. When you are hit, the paintball breaks without having the plastic of the mask hit your skin, but it is flexible enough to "bounce" some of the impact away. This mask is unbelievable. Once you start playing with it, you forget you are even wearing it. This mask fully deserves 10/10.
Conclusion: Buy this mask! It is expensive, but it is worth every penny!
10 out of 10

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