• Wide 260º + vision
• Exclusive hi-tech anti-fog coating
• Hi-Flow natural ventilation system for improved user comfort and reduced fogging
• High level of protection and coverage
• Specially designed to fit small through large head sizes
• True OTG (Over The Glass) design
• High quality comfortable twin layer hypoallergenic face foam
• One-year warranty
• Comes complete with adjustable visor and cloth goggle storage bag
• Meets or exceeds all ASTM standards
The Extreme Rage X-Ray Single Goggles are older, so while they may be available used and in a few cases new, they are not commonly available anymore.
I got this mask with my first gun a PMI Black Maxx. I played one game with this mask and it worked great but the second game totally changed my thoughts. 2 minutes into setting up an ambush and the thing fogged cmpletely over, I was blind useless to my teamates so I had to call myself out. I cleaned the thing and put it back on and it fogged again! I have since purchased a Tippmann Armor Goggle and it work much better than this peice of crap! My advice go for something different and you will be much happier than I was.
Piece of junk, Do not buy! I give it a 2 because its cheap.
kingman spyder electra
anti chop bolt
viewloader gravity fed hopper
The angled vents on the side
This mask has very good protection all around protects neck quite well.
The good thing about this mask is that the angled vents on the side stop so much splatter coming onto your face. this mask also has pretty good profile on it so you will be able to spot people out of the corner of your eye. but what it lacks is one of the most important thing a lens that doesn't fog this mask fogs alot especially when its humid or damp weather. mask very easy to clean which is always a plus.
this mask was pretty average but it did the job
This mask is fine for ameture players like me who are just starting off and cant really afford a dye mask or a jt. this mask comes at a great price.
V-Force Vantage-(better than the extreme rage)
JT- Full headshield- (very similar to the ER X-Ray)
JT- alpha 2000- ( similar as well)
Spyder Pilot ACS (stock)
Viewloader 200 gravity feed hopper
Price- can be purchased for about $25.
Durable- strong, sturdy
Protection- Offers great coverage.
Hardness- no bounces
Goggles- Can fog up easily
(some people think its ugly)
Well I used this mask as a rental before and found it to be pretty good.
The first thing I noticed was that this mask was very hard. This can be both
a good thing and a bad for some players. Its very durable but it also
makes most of all the hits splat. It offers great protection and partial neck
coverage as well. The goggles will fog up if you use this for many
speeball rounds without a break. Some people think its not the prettiest
mask out there but you can't really go wrong with a $20 mask!
I recommend this product to any person who is getting into the sport and is on
a low budget. It offers good protection but is preferable for people who just want to play.
A tourny player would probably dislike this mask because it can't really give you bounces. A rec baller would like this mask because it can be put under alot of damage
and will still be fine due to its hard plastic plus its easy to take care of!
I rate this mask a 7 out of 10 because it could be better and it might fog up when you least expect it. Overall its a good mask and I wouldn't mind using it again.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, November 7th, 2006 at 7:28 pm PST
Besides rental masks years ago, I have only used my V-Force Armor. I find it more comfortable.
Piranha BL VF G3
Excellent peripheral vsion
Removing the lense frame/lens for cleaning.
My fiance has a couple of these. I tried it out and I like it. Especially for it's price. It's relatively light weight, we both found it comfortable, and you get damn near real peripheral vision wearing them. I did find it slightly bulkier than I am used to.
However, I like to remove the lenses to clean them. When I tried removing the lense frame to clean the lens, I had a VERY hard time. The instructions were great, however, the application of said instructions was horrible. They don't give you an indication of how much force you need to use to get it off. Not to mention safety warnings, and precautions.
The foam by the straps ripped off, though it is no big deal. That would be a precaution. The safety warning should include possibility of cutting or breaking your fingers. The plastic is hard, and the force required to seperate the frame from the mask is horrendous. I suceeded once, and that's the only time I'm going to attempt to remove this lens.
I like this mask, but I don't like the difficulty in removing the lens. The product literature says removal is easy. Far from it when you consider you have to remove the lens frame first.
I'll be getting her a V-Force Armor for Christmas. Just so she can be sure her equipment is clean.
Tippmann 98 Custom
14" PMI Razzor barrel
20 oz co2 tank
32 degrees drop forward
Tippmann double trigger kit
Very cheap mask in price, got for $15 bucks in a make your own package with my gun. Very comfortable to wear unlike some other masks i have used. Same look as the JT nVader mask which is pretty cool looking. For the price if you are a beginner its worth it, however i have had many fog problems with this mask. If you have this mask and want to spend more money on a thermal lens than the mask, then its worth it (which i did). I found the thermal lens for $20 bucks online(the JT elite thermal lens fits this mask). The thermal lens is perfect and i havent had fog problems after playing 5 hours of woodsball. Anti fog spray works for about 45 minutes to an hour depending on which brand you get. Anti fog spray is cheap alternative that works for about an hour so for 5 bucks the price of the mask is worth it.
You get what you pay for, its cheap and foggy but 5 bucks for anti fog spray is worth it for the cheap price of the mask.
7 out of 10
Last edited on Sunday, September 24th, 2006 at 9:19 am PST
Redz Pepper Stick
Pure Energy 48ci 3000Psi N2 Tank
Proects your face
Excess Paint is next to impossible to get off
I got these for free along with 500 paintballs when i bought my Tippmann (Clearance sale or something at the local proshop). Anyway I didnt really know it was such a big deal on what mask you got.first time out i hade to wipe it down like mad in the Deadbox everytime i got gogged. Even after that the vision wasn't as clear as it had been before. You can not get it really dirty. It scratches really easily and is really annoying to maintain. EXTREMELY UGLY! Real bulky not very flexible. It does work at least and it'll protect your face so thers a plus.
If your going to only be playing some rec ball every now and again it isnt such a bad i dea but if your getting more serious get a new mask ASAP. If your buying it for over $30 your being ripped off.
I got these because they were cheap. They are hard and not flexible. After awhile they get uncomfortable and start to feel really heavy. I would recommend a different mask instead of these. I would get ones that are light and flexible instead of these but they get the job done.
I gave it a 5 because they do what they are supposed to do but it is uncomfortable and heavy.
Smartparts ION Body (Razor Blue)
Pure Energy Compressed Air 68/4500
Empire Bottle Glove 06
My Cocker (Rec Play)
WGP Autococker Trilogy Competition
Ricochet G2K Loader (Clear)
20 oz. Co2 (On/Off Valve)
Smartparts 18" All American Barrel (Black)
PMI Basic Remote Line
Extreme Rage Camo Buttpack (4+1) - Holds Tank
These goggles or great for rec woodsball players on a budget. Im alot more into speedball though so I use my JT Flex-8 Thermal goggles ($60 on actionvillage.com). If you have the money buy those instead. I ordered these goggles online for $20 and I think thats a great deal for well vented goggles that dont fog up and have good protection. The only weakness for these is that they are wide so they look sorta ugly. These goggles are substance over style though so if you are just getting involved in paintball buy these, I doubt you will be dissapointed.
Read the review and choose for yourself. I give it a nine. Minus one mark for the style of goggles.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006 at 4:50 pm PST
Spyder TL-R with folding stock, 21" cmi alluminum barrel, 4x12 sniper scope and twisted paintball drop foward
Its comftorble....thats bout it.
Fogs,ugly,the neck strap restrains you from looking down.
I used the mask for one match and I kept the plastic on the lens so if i got shot in the goggles I could just peel it off. Of course i get shot in the goggles by another sniper so i peel it off and it fogs up within seconds, and my friends all have the same mask but me so im easy to spot. when i was playing speed ball i couldt look down to see where i was going....and i fell then got shot in the ass
Its a good mask just take the chin strap off( pops right off) and dont take the plastic off the lens when u get it
-Kingman Spyder Imagine
-Eextreme Rage X-Ray Premier Goggles
-PMI X-Ray Thermal Paintball Lens
-Extreme Rage Swyper Squeegee
-Kingman Java 20 oz. CO2 Tank
-Kingman Spyder Straight Elbow
-Kingman Java 200 round Gravity Feed Hopper
-Adjustable head strap
I just bought this a few days ago from ActionVillage. I am very pleased with it. I'll divide this review into "Strengths" and "Weaknesses."
1. Not flimsy - I haven't been out on the field with these, but when they're on my head and I press really hard on placs that my face doesn't touch, it doesn't bend.
2. Side vision - The goggle have wide, 270 degree vision. It won't "tunnel" your vision, so you can see all around you for bunkering and moving opponents.
3. Visor - Has a small visor to shade your eyes from sunlight and prevent glares.
4. Adjustable head strap - The head strap connected to the goggle is adjustable, and is very varying in possible sizes. I have a larger head, and I could adjust the strap to fit my head snugly, while also being able to make it even longer for even larger heads. I could also make it small enough to fit my 7-year-old brother and even smaller.
To know if you've got it fitting right, just shake your head, and if it doesn't slide downward, it's good. If it slides downward, tighten it more.
5. Comfortable pads - The pads are somewhat comfortable. Not the most comfortable, but way better than just plastic... of course. They are not very hard like some people say. Actually, for me, they're not too soft or too hard. If pads are too soft, they won't fit your face, and will just compress and the mask will fall off. If they're hard, they put more pressure and friction against your face to hold the goggles up even more, accompanied by the strap.
1. Not stylish - Okay, these aren't the most stylish, but who's going to care in a game? Would you rather have stylish goggles over goggles that will protect you against a 194 mile per hour (285 feet per second) ball?
The goggles also come with a nice carrying bag with the Extreme Rage logo on it.
I think that if you want some goggles that will protect you and are comfortable, get these. If you want more stylish goggles, don't get these. But, personally, I choose protection over style.
10 out of 10
Last edited on Friday, June 9th, 2006 at 6:21 am PST