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Creeper13 Tuesday, November 18th, 2003
Period of
Product Use:
3 months8 of 8 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
More than 5 years
Similar
Products Used:
Smart Parts Goggleflauge & GoggleSkinz
Marker Setup: A-5 with Hammerhead Barrel, Palmer Reg., Psycho Ballistics Drop Forward, Folding Stock, Paintball Predator Tank Pack and Camo Stainless Steel Braided Remote, and Air America 114 ci HPA Tank
Strengths: Awesome camouflage. Great visibility looking out
Weaknesses: None that I could find
Review: I was stationed in Germany this summer when I got the chance to beta test a line of products by Paintball Predator. The mask kit is amazing!!! It was very humid and hot there this summer and fogging was a problem for everybody. Those guys using the goggleflauge were always easy to spot as their lenses were white with fog. This mask camo was not measurably different from a bare mask when it came to fogging. When it came to hiding, it was a completely different story. Many of the players commented saying that they would see us on the move, but whenever we stopped, we would disappear right in front of their eyes. This was due in large part to that awesome Bushlan Camouflage clothing, but the tank packs, remotes, and mask kits made us disappear in the brush just like the movie predator. If you get hit in the mask it' might be a good idea to wash the burlap out ASAP. The only time I got hit in the mask was during final battles. Our snipers loved this kit. Everyone who beta tested any of the products forfeited the deposits and kept the gear. I just got my new production mask camo kit and plan to put it on my Proteus II. There were several improvements made from the beta kits to the production kits in the way of construction and finishing of the product but I'm not willing to give up either.
Conclusion: You can buy a Goggleflauge for $20 and a GoggleSkinz for $12 and have almost half the product you get from Paintball Predator $20. Do yourself a favor -- click on over to paintballpredator.com and get outfitted from mask to pants, and disappear.
Rating:
10 out of 10
 

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