It provides excellent face protection and a fog resistant lens. Made with a Low Profile Ergonomic Design and a lens that's shaped for optically correct vision, this mask is great for any beginner or experienced player. The mask also feature a quick-release lens replacement system to make changing lenses a snap.
The Tippmann Armor Mask is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Tippmann A-5 w/ J&J Ceramic 12in.
J&J Ceramic 12 in.
NXE 3 Pod Harness
Comes with any Tippmann gun kit
This mask is alright. I dont recomend it, because it doesnt have good enough protection, and wost of all it fogs. Its good, because you dont have to buy a mask right off the bat, if you get it with a kit. But I wouldnt stay with this mask for too long, because its uncomfortable, fogs esily, and its generally only good for renting and beggining.
That if you dont have money to grab another better mask, its alright to use. I'll give it a 4, because its not all that great.
cheap, easily disassemble, cheap lens ($5 at Xtremes)
Hard as rock(no bouncers) strap uncomfortable, low field of vision (bad for being flanked)
This is good for a first time player who don't know if they are going to keep playing. Its extreme cut off of the feild of vision means if your enemy flanks than lets just say I hope you have good hearing before he/she comes down upon you like an angry bear. Its tall visor does not fit with a military helm (for you mil-sim guys out there) so you have to remove the visor. But it still looks cool then. This an easy to maintain mask.
P.S. It is the exact same thing as the V Force Armor
So in the long run this is a lot bang for your buck but don't use it for speedball.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, June 8th, 2007 at 3:32 am PST
Model 98 16" Progressive barrel 47ci 3000psi compressed air
For Now That Is.....
Non replaceable lens
This mask came with my mod 98, and i ahve yet to replace it, though i need to. As a beginner, who only plays occasionally, this mask is ok. But a hardcore player, or one getting more and more hardcore everyday such as myself, this mask just dosent cut it. I love tippmann and their products, and this mask has yet to break. Howeer, after coming through some extreme games with me, the lense is very, very scratched, and as i have found, impossible to replace. Also, the mask's ventialation leaves much to be desired, and the lense does fog alot, despite its anti fog label..
Good for backyard players, bad for actual paintballers.
Jt Pro Flex
Spyder imagine 04
12v revy with x board
customparts flame sypder drop
smartparts progressive barrel 14'
Pure Air Nitro
Easy to clean
I used this back when I was a noob and had to rent markers. It was easy to clean, had ok vision, and was apparently cheap since the field purchased them in bulk. Like most noob masks it isn't flexable at all. I find that it is also a very weird looking mask. Buy a better mask for only $20.
stock Tippmann 98 Custom, Pure Energy 20 oz tank, 14" PMI Razzor
Easy to assemble/dissasemble to clean, cheap
THe mask came with my 98 custom power pack and I have loved it ever since, It has never fogged up on me at all and It worked great back when I had glasses. Since then It has been banged up, scratched, gogged, and dropped and yet it is still very duarable.
IF you are just beginning or if you have played for a while, this mask would be perfect
Never get this mask, and if you do sell it to some dumb noob like me! This mask is very uncomfortable because it fits your face too tight no matter how much you adjust the strap, the "anti-fog" lens fogged up after the first game i played with it. The lens is also impossible to replace. The ventilation sux, I mean you can barely breath in it. It doesn't deflect paint at all, and it looks "noobish". If you buy this, or the Vforce armor, for that matter, you should wear it to bed, because you're obviously retarded.
Stay away from it, you might catch its stupid.
P.S., the only reason i'm not giving this a 1 is I got it for free with my 98c.
2 out of 10
Last edited on Saturday, March 3rd, 2007 at 3:26 pm PST