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A Huge Nerd Monday, July 21st, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
Only tested3 of 3 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Scott Mask/Goggle
Marker Setup: M 98
J&J Ceramic 14"
Strengths: Good comfort.
Great peripheral vision.
Upgradeable.
Weaknesses: Poor airflow.
Hard to re-assemble after cleaning.
Review: I used this mask for an all-day scenario. The day started out hot. 85 degrees and humid for the first 2 hours. Then it rained the rest of the day, but we refused to quit. Evn through all the changes in weather, the mask only fogged slightly one time, and that was during a close-quarters, indoor siege-type game. Even with rain on the outside of the goggles, and sweat on the inside, visibility was great. The size of the lens, and the range of vision gave me a few kills that I would have missed with my old mask. Because the front of the mask is so close to the nose and mouth, it does cut down on proper airflow, and it's no picnic getting it put back together after cleaning.
Conclusion: Good product.
Minor fog, not bad.
You can spend more, but you won't get more.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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