The Brass Eagle® Sentry paintball mask is crafted with high-tech polymer materials and has a low-profile target zone along with a comfortable fit. Quick adjustable straps allow the fit to be easily tightened and the adjustable chin strap holds the goggle system comfortably in place, even during the most intense action. The tinted lens helps to reduce glare and improves visibility in direct sunlight.
The Brass Eagle Sentry Mask is older, so while it may be available used and in a few cases new, it is not commonly available anymore.
Protects you - It's a paintball mask, it does what it's supposed to do.
Cheap - You cna get full face protection for $25.
Fog - They fog up like crazy!!!
Uncomfortable - Doesn't always sit right on your head, wobbles around a little also.
Can be hot - If you play in the summer, there isn't enought ventalation.
It does its intended job and it does it right. I have seen masks that are a lot worse and many a lot better (see the morph mask). If you want a cheap mask, get this, but I would save my money for something good. After factoring in price and the other 4 things, I give it an 8.
This is my first mask. I got it about a year ago and mine has a green tint, which distorts colors a little, but blocks the sun out nicely. It is also very cheap, but the low price has its problems. The Fog Resistant slogan is false. Mine fogs up after only one or two games. Luckily there are some sprays that help that. Also, if you run a lot, ar slide in to a bunker too fast, then the straps can loosen pretty easily.
I would not recomend this product to anyone other than a begginer with not a lot of money. There are plenty other affordable masks out there much better than this one.
Im not writing this bad review because im against Brass Eagle. Its because of what happened to my friend. we play paintball with rentals and it came with this mask. some one shot my friend on the mask. Guess What? no he didn't lose his vision but got a HUGE welt on his cheek. THE MASK IS MADE OF SOME TERRIBLE RUBBERY MATERIAL THAT DONT STOP A INCOMING BALL! the welt looked redder that the glowing nose of rudolf. after his parents saw it, he was never alowed to play paintball again. BRASS EAGLE PRODUCTS MADE A BAD IMAGE TOWARDS PAINTBALL!!!
play safe, play JT! (or some other mask besides BE)
I bought these off a friend, I do not like them, they are Brass Eagle, which should tell you the quality, which is bad, these goggles are not that bad, they just fog whenever its hot, humid, or you are breathing hard. These are good beginner goggles, and work fine if you don't have much money.
Good for beginners, fog a lot. Get some Raven NVX's, they fit so well
5 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 2nd, 2004 at 9:27 am PST
-Something to waste money on.
-Protection in a way.
-It fogs up badly.
-U might be made fun of.
-U eat paint.
I play all year around so in the winter it fog up badly. It killed my ears. Even whit the colored lens its ugly on lick the Invision. I got shot on the mask and I eat a lot of paint. My sister had the same mask and she got shot in the mask and some of the shell went through and cut her face. When I got a Dye Invision I wondered why i bought the brass eagle sentry.
Pretty good protection
the chinstrap keeps it in place, mostly
pretty good field of vision
The lenses can fog
Ventilation isnt that great, making it fog
This is a good mask for beginner to amateur paintballers. It works like it should. It stays in place for the most part, and you can see pretty good unless you get really hot. A bad thing is that you can get pretty hot inside of it, and the lenses are kinda hard to take out. But otherwise, it works just fine, considering you can git it for around $20. Im just saying that this is one of the best goggles/lenses/eye protection you can get for the money.
Good product. Works like it should. Get it if you want to save money.
Some lense spray should take care of the fog. Put extra money inot ur gun.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, February 20th, 2005 at 8:27 am PST
It Keeps your eyes safe...
Says it is fog resistant?
the back strap loosens as you play
I bought this because it was well cheap, i got it gor $10 when i first started. Suprisingly enough it has yet to kill me. Being brass eagle i am suprised. I've taken shots in the visor and all over and its still holding together. The back strap tends to loosen as i play but it isnt hard to retighten it between games or a dull momemt of play. It has a fancy chinstrap too. i dont know how fog resistant the lens is but i played for about and hour or two before it started to fog up noticably. The green tint on the lens tends to make it tough when it gets darker.
It seems to be one of the few brass eagle products to work. If you need a cheap mask but this or somthing similar. I'll give it an 8 just because it seems to work but the lens and strap bother me a bit.