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justin14_ Friday, May 9th, 2003
The accuracy of this review is disputed. Please see discussion below.
Period of
Product Use:
2 years4 of 9 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
JT Ize goggles, 32 degrees head case.
Marker Setup: an upgraded piranha g2 vtl, a 2002 rebel, and a tippmann model 98 custom with a 16' taso winforce barrel........
Strengths: -Cheap
-Detachable visor
-Made by JT
Weaknesses: -Hard plastic that will make a paintball bust
Review: I've had this mask for 2 years now and I still use it whenever I play rec (My JT IZE goggles are too bright)...So far I haven't had to replace the lense but if I were you I would replace it every 5 or 6 months so it doesn't break. I've been shot in the lense at least 5 times and it has a stain on it because I couldn't get all the paint off before it dried a little. I got shot in the mouth once and it made my lip numb and I got to taste paint which kinda sucked. The visor is kinda pointless...I haven't ever needed it. The field of view isn't very good either. It's also not good if you wear big glasses. It's kinda itchy but I think the reason why mine is is because it might have some cat hair in the foamy part. The foamy part isn't as foamy and squishy as the more expensive masks but you get what you pay for. Also, it fogs if you breathe really heavy or its really hot and humid outside. It protects part of your neck which is really good because it really bugs to get shot in the neck and you wouldn't need a neckguard thing as badly. The lense isn't thermal but you can pay extra to get one that is thermal. When you wipe off all the paint on the lense you really need some lense cleaner or something because with mine it always smears. I like the strap. It has this sticky stuff on the inside of it so its really hard to get it to loosen while your wearing it. It's also good for big-headed people. This mask fits really well but its much better if you wear a hat so that its tighter. Manufactured by JT which is good because PMI products aren't very good.
Conclusion: Good mask for newbies. For the price it's a really nice mask. Get it as a newbie then get something else when your more experienced. After having it for 2 years it hasn't broken or anything so I'm giving it a 7.
7 out of 10

Review Comments
PhoenixWolf Friday, July 14th, 2006 | 5:25 am PST
The masks JT makes are not quite X-Rays. They are a variant, and have been adapted to accept the Spectra thermal lens. This section covers the PMI X-Ray, which was the original (and thankfully dead) mask.

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