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Forest Spyder Sunday, January 4th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
6 months1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

2 years
Products Used:
32* Head Case
Spectra Proshield
Flex 7
Strengths: -Huge field of vision
-Low profile
-Hard Plastic Construction
Weaknesses: -Thermal Lense needs to be more durable
-Extremely difficult to replace lense
Review: Coming from a cheaper mask, that uses the older Elite lenses, it was a HUGE difference. With the older ones I had no prerephrial vision, which I did not realize before putting on this mask. It's a huge difference, and to be honest, because the lense is larger, there is more surface area for the mask to put pressure on your face, no more raccon-face.

Be careful with the inner lense. I had a thermal lense that had a crack, and moisture built up inbetween the anit-fog layer and the outside lense. It was terrible, I couldn't see anything. So, basically, don't touch the inside area, under normal circumstances you shouldn't have to. If you get paint shell or something in it, just take a q-tip or LIGHTLY remove the paint with your fingers while avoiding touching the inner lense, or just use a paper towl and dab at it.

About Installing: It's going to be hard to to. Do yourself a favor and take the mask COMPLETELY apart, untill all you have is the goggle frame, pop in the lense, then attach the pieces again.
Conclusion: It's a great mask with wonderful vision. I loved the lense so much that I went out and got a Flex-7, which only improves upon the comfort.
9 out of 10Last edited on Sunday, January 4th, 2004 at 6:24 pm PST

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