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cocker kid 2k2 Sunday, February 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
2 years
Products Used:
Flex 7 ize, same goggles, except the ear pieces, that of which are better on the Proflex.
Proteus, its alright, you get a lot less bounces however than you would with a Proflex.
Invision, god its terrible.
Marker Setup: 2k2 Intimidator
16" Cp 1 piece
Cp ram cap
Check it snatch grip
68.45 Crossfire tank
Couple revy's here and there
Strengths: Bounces, ventilation.
Weaknesses: Looks goofy if you have a small head.
Review: Well when I first started playing paintball, I wanted the best of the best goggles right away, which was the flex 7 ize at the time, I used those for 2 years straight with no problem at all. Then I thought it was time to have a change, so I invtested in a smoke Proteus, when I at the time thought it was a good goggles (not saying its bad), but then one game for fun I switched back to my old flex, and noticed a big difference, mainly in ventilation, I was able to breathe a lot easier, and talk a lot easier, also, the flex grill provides with many many many bounces.

So at this time I figured I might as well go back to the Flex goggles, but since my old one didn't match any of my gear, I bought a Proflex, which has been working great for me so far. I've had several bounces already with only playing with it twice I do believe, shots that would have taken me out of the game with my proteus, provided to not be a problem at all with the Proflex. The flex grill, soft ear pieces, and flexy visor (if you use it) are absolutely excellent for bounces, I had no problem at all with paying for another pair of goggles if it was going to keep me in the game longer, and they look damn good might I add, the blue/black color scheme matches the rest of my gear perfectly.

Conclusion: I think that these goggles are without a doubt the best on the market, I would much rather spend 55 on a Proflex, as opposed to 65 on an Invision or 90 on a Profiler. Both of which seem overpriced, and in the Invisions case, underperforming.

Best goggles for the money, you won't be disapointed.
10 out of 10

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