Java goggles offer sleek styling and full protection at an afforable price. With premium features such as anti-fog coating, dual density foam, you can be assured of maximum value for your money.
-Semi Mirrored thermal lens
-1 Piece Mask Design
-Longer face guard for added protection
-Dual density foam for comfort
-Meets or exceeds all ATSM standards
The Kingman Java Gaurdian Mask is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Good head strap, protects most of neck, and is sturdy and not flimsy.
None that I have found.
Good goggles for a great price, have anti-fog protected lenses. The head strap fits nice and snug on your head, are mirrored and have a longer mask to help protect most of your neck. Have enough holes so that you can breath well, I am a heavy breather and haven't had them fog the slightest bit yet.
Good goggles at a great price, look cool, fit well on small heads like mine:)
10 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, July 20th, 2004 at 2:44 pm PST
I don't take brand names I rent and write them down or somthing...
Spyder TL, Java Hopper, Java 12 oz Co2
Looks really tight, works like magic and has a nice little sun protector.
Uncomfortable to sides of the head, no anti-fog technology.
This is the first, and only mask I have bought and used for myself or many times. It works like any ordinary mask, but I think its shape and face looks pretty tight. The only problem that was a real pain in the neck (or head, I should say) was that it felt like it was cutting into my head, right around the ears, and I'm ok with the anti-fog technology. It barley fogs anyway. If you get it with the whole Spyder TL pack, I presume it costs around 20 bucks, and thats ok with me because it works like a charm.
This is an excellent mask to start out with. If your gunna play for a longer time, get a more comforatble and a Thermal mask.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, March 9th, 2004 at 9:18 am PST
2003 vertical feed autococker-empire reloader-91ci3000psi System X nitro-
Very Protective-Looks nice-Anti fog
Foam peels off-Way to shiny(not,good,for,woods,ball,)
This mask is very protective. I have taken numerous hits and the mask and it has not shown one sign of breakage. THe mask looks awsome but for some reason the foam always peels off wich is sort of uncomfartable. This is a very protective mask nut never use it in woods ball.
This is a good mask for people who play sppedball but not for woods ball the lens stands out way to much..BrassEagleSux!!!
The Java is a really good mask, it does the job and looks good doing it.
I've been using this along time and works out great! The one thing you must
expect with this mask is the foaming around the inside of the lens comes off.
This can easily be fixed with a little 5min epoxy. I love that it comes tinted.
Works great for summer play and because it's tinted it's also a really good intimidation tool.. I know sounds awful but works good. Also really nice visibility in it.
I admit not the best for comfort but I don't play PaintBall for comfort. I play aggressive.
These have all the qualities I ( I ) Was looking for.
These are great. If you started out with some $20 X-Ray mask or something
these are a very very nice move up and are much better and more comfortable.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Wednesday, February 18th, 2004 at 5:12 am PST
Its a really great mask and is very great for a begginer player. i got it for $30. It doesnt fog for me and i am a very heavy breather. like i said its a great gun if your just starting out but i have had this for 2 years and its still pretty good for me. The only problem is the inside foam will peel off, but i just used superglue to stick it back on.
I highly recomend this to anyone who is new to the game of paintball just be sure you have something to fix the foam. I would give it a ten but because of the foam im going to give it a 9.
Foam sticks to you, mirrored lens gives you away in woods
Best Goggle I've ever used! I love the tint! It really helps your vision during a game. It protects your entire face and the front of your neck. Of course, the sides of your neck aren't covered, but no mask covers that.
I have been shot in the mask quite a few times and it shows no signs of cracks or weakness. Very durable. It is also quite comfy until you try to take it off. The foam on the strap sticks to you.
Very nice mask. I got mine on E-bay for $30, so it's fairly cheap (especially when compared to other masks of the same quality). It's an easy 10
I realized a needed a new mask, so I went out the bought the Java Guardian with a polarized lens. Right away, I could see that this was a good piece of gear. The face shield is a good thick sheet of plastic and hardly flexes under a hit. The lens is very good because it is polarized and just looks cool. The strap is easily adjustable, and it actually is designed to fit your head. I feel safe playing in this mask, unlike some of the other Boxmart masks I've used. Here's the stats:
This thing just looks cool. The lens makes it look like a Halo helmet, and the black plastic has a nice Radioactive symbol cutout that further intimidates the competition. The lens is a little shiny, which I am told makes me easy to pick out, so that's a minus.
This mask was actually designed to fit your head and is adjustable on the fly so you don't have to leave the game because your mask is falling off. It does get a little hot where the foam goggle liner touches your head, but you can solve this problem by cutting away a few notches in the foam. 5/5
This is a very good mask for your buck. For $40, you get a good mask that will last a while and will serve you for a long time. 5/5
This is a medium weight mask, and you'll notice the weight after diving and running all day. If you are a tape runner, you may want something lighter because it will restrict your head's movement, but if you're a mid player or a back player, this will be perfect. 4/5
Overall, this is a very good product, and though it has some flaws, I recommend it to any serious paintballer who plays in a sunny environment.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, March 21st, 2011 at 2:00 pm PST
I recieved this mask from a friend and from the first time i played it was great. The only downside was that occasionaly, it would fog up. To fix this problem i bought a jt elite thermal lense and it fit purfectly. As far as the mask goes, it is big enough to cover the face and recieves lots of bounces. I would recomend it 2 any1
I rate this 10 because it is great and durable, will last your years of paintball
Tinted lens (gets kind of dark and gives you away)
First off, I got this mask when I got my first paintball gun three years ago. It's ok as far as beginner masks go but it does feel a little cheap (but that doesn't matter then you're a beginner paintballer). The tinted lens is both cool and uncool, but mostly uncool. It's nice because the sun doesn't really get in your eyes but it's also pretty dark in there. Also, it's not that hard to spot (if you're a rec baller). Another con is that there isn't any anti-fog on the lens. To me this is the worst of all because it just doesn't work on the field.
All together it's an "ok" mask. Probably good for a beginner baller but I would recommend something with out the tinted lens.
14" J&J Ceramic Barrel
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DOP Universal Drop Forward
Shenko Carbine Saftey Stop
Empire Reloader II
SL-68II trigger spring mod
Center Flag 68/4500 HPA tank
Made of Plastic so no bounces..
The foam sucks
I bought this mask when I first got into paintball, thinking it would be a decent mask...I was wrong, Dead Wrong! The first game I played with it the thermal lense fogged up on me. Also this thing is made of hard plastic, so expect no bounces on this one. After about three weekends of play, all the foam in the mask fell apart, then fell out...
This is the worst thermal mask I ever bought.
Dont Buy it, Save up a bit more money and buy a V-Force