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MINDofSIN Saturday, May 10th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
Flex 7 Ize
Regular Spectra
Dye Invision
JT Proteus
VForce Armor
Marker Setup: Fly II LCD Angel, 12" Ultralite, Dye parts, 68/3k preset, Ricochet

Piranha STS G2, 14" Dye SS, Vigilante reg, Shocktech drop, Ricochet, 12oz anti-siphon co2, Shocktech spring kit, polished internals
Strengths: Lightweight
Looks great
Encourages bounces
NEVER fogs
Comfortable with glasses
Doesn't move around
Weaknesses: Price
Somewhat hard to change lens
Looks a bit ugly
Review: A guy came into the store and asked "What's better, the Invision or the Proteus?" The answer: "Honestly, the Proflex." I agree.

This mask is the most comfortable I have ever worn. It's very light, doesn't bounce around too much at all, fits anyone well, quality made, the Flex piece is harder than my Ize(which is good) but still more than soft enough to bounce balls, NEVER fogs.

It's expensive and lens cost about $45 Canadian. Don't take them out very often or you will snap the tabs.
Conclusion: The best mask I have ever seen. Get a regular Spectra if you don't want the soft mouth/ear pieces or coloured parts.

More comfortable than the Invision and Proteus by far, smaller than the Vforce, and doesn't fog like the Raven.
9 out of 10Last edited on Saturday, May 10th, 2003 at 9:45 pm PST

Review Comments
Angryduck Saturday, November 5th, 2005 | 10:32 am PST

I wear glasses too. Do you recommend a fan with this mask to prevent your glasses from fogging, or have you had no problem?


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