It's kinda comfy, and It's really cheap, Thats about all
Well I bought mine at a local hardware store and I thought it was the best! Well thats what I thought. When I went out to play the foam socked up my sweat and then it drips it in your eyes and it stings like a mother. And about five games later it broke. So I gave it away to my desprite friend who needed a new mask and now I am buying a spectra flex 7 witch will be a ton better.
The vision on the mask is kind of good for a while but then it starts to fog up and you have to squint to see out of your mask. The mask is comfortable but it falls off even if you adjust right! And my opinion of this mask is that it's good for people that are seeing if they like the sport, but if you are already into it get a different mask cause you will get pissed off, trust me I know.
Well first off, the mask was really cheap; I got it in a pack with my Spyder java 2 in 1, but it was selling for ten bucks. It protects most of the face. The detachable visor is kinda cool. The hard plastic mouth protection keeps balls from knocking out your teeth and giving you swollen lips.
The protection for the sides of the face is only soft foam. This doesn't offer as much protection as some other masks. The visor is kinda weak (there are only three plastic tabs holding it in), but you can take the visor off if it breaks. the mask doesn't always cover all of your chin, (I haven't been shot there yet),so that might be bad.
It is really cheap. It has no major flaws that are life threatening or that could be dangerous. So, it is an ok mask. Its ok for a beginner and for cheap people like myself, but there are better masks out there.... but for a price.
The mask covers most of the side of the face, and all the way down to the chin on the front. I have tried incredibly hard to fog the mask (just to see how easily it can be done) and, well, it hasn't fogged up in four games of use so it's obviously harder to do than many other masks.
No neck protection.
If you buy a gun package with this mask in it, it is a good deal for the price. Buy a JT neckpad or something if you are concerned about your neck being open. Overall, I'd recommend this mask because it is light, hard to fog, and a good deal for the price.
The first thing that i noticed when i put the goggles on is that it protects a lot of the side of the face. Everything else on the goggles seemed pretty normal.
The main thing that pisses me off about this goggle is that it has no neck protection. I mean i would feel a lot safer if the bottem of the goggles (the part that covers your chin)were longer.
All and all i would say that the goggles are pretty good. Not the greatest but i would say that the price on these goggles are good also. So this would be great for a newbie but for you people who just want more. you should get a different goggle system.
I got the privilage to try this mask when a friend of mine
ordered a gun package. They are a good beginners mask.
First thing I noticed was that they didn't cover my face
all of the way, and my chin was really exposed. The strap,
and the foam could use replacing.
For a beginner, go with these, the price is low so that you
don't have to worry about whether or not you are wasting
money. They are also handy to have around for when you
want to shoot a friend in the backyard that doesn't have
any equipment. (Why do you think I use em?).