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firebrand Monday, March 1st, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
3 months
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Dye invision, which is actually a little bit better than this.
Marker Setup: Angel LED, with sticky grip, and glacier board, kapp drop and cradle.
WGP 2000 autococker, with Delron bolt, 10" ko barrel.
Strengths: Awesome eye shade, large field of vision, fogproof, light, and low profile.
Weaknesses: Extememly easy to scratch the lenses.
Review: I got my flex 7 from a friend i bought my angel off of, it has served me well. It's black, which keeps it very low profile. It is also extremely light due to it's rubber bottom. It's got a fan you can get for it, and the field of vision is good. I fell down on a woods field, and scratched the lenses, and ran into a little twig, and scratch the lenses up pretty bad, so that made me kind of mad. Sometimes if you don't wipe some sweat condensation off after a game, it will fog really bad. It's great to have the shaded lenses that come with them, because you'll never have to squint. Also, don't ever let them set for a long time like the picture above shows, you'll bend up the bottom rubber. Overall I'm happy with what I've got out of it, come summer time i'm sure i'll have a good review for the fan too.
Conclusion: If you want a pretty cheap and very reliable mask, this is definitely for you. I've worn my friends dye invision, and there almost identical in everything except - looks, shaded lenses, and venting.
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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